HOW TO APPLY INDIVIDUAL FALSE LASHES

This week’s #TutorialThursday video is all about how to apply individual false lashes. I first came across lash trios (a few clusters of individual lashes on one tiny strip) in America about five years ago by a brand called Kiss that you can buy in all the big pharmacies over there. They cut the time of applying falsies by about a third (funny, that) and are the perfect inbetweeny kind of product for anyone that struggles with strip or individual lashes. What I will say though, that I mention in the video, is that I never use the glue that comes in the packet. Professional make up artists only ever use Duo Lash Adhesive (they do a non-latex version too if you’re allergic) and my preference is the white that dries clear. They sell a dark one too that dries black, but I’ve found when wearing false lashes you’ll most likely have liner on too and that solves the problem of hiding the join, so the dark glue is a bit unnecessary in my opinion. If you want to know how to correctly apply individual false lashes, just watch this three minute video…[dt_gap height=”10″ /]

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[dt_gap height=”10″ /]A few of the products I used, plus some alternatives. If you can’t get your hands on any lash trios, you can cut up a pair of strip lashes for the exact same effect or else just buy half lashes and apply to the outer corners for a feline flutter.

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