Long eyelashes look gorgeous and make your eyes appear bigger, fuller and more attractive. Not all of us are naturally blessed with sky-high eyelashes to create that magic! But, makeup can conjure miracles to get you all that attention. Yet, the million dollar question is – how to do it? Don’t worry. Here at MQDEE, we love to share the top secrets and tricks with all the makeup fun!
False eyelashes are a great choice to fake those curly, lengthened eyelashes. When worn perfectly, you can look beautiful without being detected! Have you spent hours in front of the mirror placing them and trying hard to fix your fake eyelashes? Or worse still, for some, they fall off after a few hours of application, thus creating much embarrassment.
Today, we decided to create a makeup lesson on how to fix those fake eyelashes effortlessly so that you don’t end up sticking them out in weird and strange angles.
Grab the products required and let’s get on to the mission of fixing them perfectly.
- False eyelashes
- False eyelash glue
- Cotton swabs
How To Fix False Eyelashes Effortlessly?
Let’s learn the steps to to fix the false eyelashes effortlessly:
The most important step to understand while dealing with false eyelashes is that they should fit perfectly or at least be almost the size of your natural eyelashes. Otherwise, they might not fit well and at the same time, slip off easily.
Roughly place the false eyelash above your natural eyelash, and check for the size. If the size is slightly bigger than the natural eyelash, then you can go ahead and use them. But, if it is too big in size, use a fine pair of scissors and snap the extra length to fit your eyes perfectly. This step is crucial before gluing the eyelashes. If you really don’t understand how to cut them perfectly, hold the false eyelash strip against your eyelid and trim it carefully. The added benefit of trimming the individual false eyelashes is that it helps one to get a natural, beautiful look. As my false eyelashes fitted perfectly, I did not have to trim them.
Take a false eyelash glue of your choice and squeeze out a tiny bit behind your hand or on a piece of tissue paper.
Gently run the false eyelash outer strip rim along the glue to adhere the glue perfectly with the lashes. The glue has to get perfectly coated along the entire false eyelash strip; you can put a little excess at the beginning and end of the strip as this place needs to hold the eyelashes intact. Then, hold the eyelash strip and blow gently to dry the glue a bit before applying it to your eyelids. I recommend you to hold the eyelashes at least for 20 seconds for the glue to activate. Thereafter, they will adhere well to the eyelids.
Now, gently place the eyelash strip on your eyelid. Position it as close to your natural eyelashes as possible. Place the false eyelash at the center of your natural eyelash first, then use a tweezers to position and fix it perfectly.
Now, use a clean cotton swab and gently push the false eyelash from the top to place it perfectly.
Now, the eyelash glue will dry out and turn transparent. Then, use your black liquid eyeliner and fix the small gaps, which might peek through the false eyelashes.
Apply lots of mascara to your natural eyelashes and false eyelashes to complete the look.
You are done! Wasn’t it simple to follow? Try it and let us know.