5 Tips to Getting More Wear Out of Your Fake Eyelashes
Here are few easy tips to get extra wear out of your false eyelashes.
1. Take Them Off at the End of the Day
When you sleep, your falsies can easily get tangled, bent, or torn as you roll around in bed. Always make sure to remove your fake eyelashes at the end of the day, and store them in the custom eyelash packaging box. This can be a bit time consuming with eyelash clusters, but it will keep your mink eyelashes from collecting dust and help maintain their shape.
2. Use Remover to Take Them Off
Speaking of removal, always use makeup remover to gently get rid of eyelash glue before taking them off. It might be quicker to just pull them off, but this puts stress on the eyelashes and can even rip out your real ones.
Pick an oil-free remover to avoid breaking down the lash strip. Never use tweezers to remove the eyelashes, instead gently use the pads of your fingertips to avoid crimping the mink eyelash hairs.
3. Buy Quality Mink Lashes
It might be tempting to buy a $2 pair of lashes, but cheaper falsies wear out quickly. Instead, invest in a quality set from a respected brand like Arpege Lashes . Not only will they look more realistic, but you can also be confident that your eyelashes will last through multiple applications.Our high quality mink lashes can be used for 20-25 times.
4. Avoid Mascara
Beauty bloggers and YouTube gurus might tell you to coat your falsies with mascara to supposedly blend them in with your real lashes. However, this step is not actually necessary when you have a quality pair of authentic looking mink lashes. Falsies are already long enough and dark enough that they do not need mascara, which can make fake eyelashes grimy and wear them out quicker.
If you absolutely must wear mascara on falsies, do not use a waterproof one. Even the best mascaras tend to make false eyelashes clump together and fall apart.
5. Clean and Comb Your Fake Eyelashes
It is important to clean your eyelashes after every few uses. This gets rid of any buildup from glue or eyeshadow that could make false eyelashes look clumpy. Gently soak them in lukewarm water and clean them with eye makeup remover and a cotton Q-tip. Then make sure to rinse the lashes thoroughly and gently comb them with an eyelash comb before patting them dry and storing them in their tray.
It may seem like a lot of work to keep your fake eyelashes looking their best, but the effort will go a long way in keeping your falsies looking like new. Not to mention the added cushion in your wallet from not needing to buy new ones every week.
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