When you have appropriately covered the back finish of the lashes with the paste, take the tweezers and tenderly yet immovably apply the lashes to the highest point of your lashes of your upper eyelid. You need the paste to cling to your genuine lashes just as the cover. For the best outcomes, start from the external corner of the eye and work your way toward the eyelash extensions distributor.
Tip #5: Keep Looking Straight
This may seem like realistic, yet it is regularly disregarded when applying lashes. You should keep your eyes open and investigating a mirror to check whether you are applying the lashes equally.
Tip #6: The Fewer the Lashes the Better
The familiar adage is still obvious, toning it down would be ideal. To keep your look characteristic yet sensational, attempt to just utilize four to five individual lashes for each eye. You need the length to be at the external edges of your eye and the impact to be more unpretentious (for example your own lashes) around the center of your eye.
Tip #7: Correct any Lashes
While you are applying your lashes, you may get one that is screwy or simply doesn’t look right, throw it and attempt once more. In each bunch of lashes, there are bounty so don’t attempt to reuse one that simply isn’t working.
Tip #8: Camouflage and Disguise
Since your lashes are on the whole on and they look balanced on each eye, the time has come to camouflage your work. Cake eyeliner applied with a point brush turns out best for this progression. After the paste is dry, dunk the point brush in the cake liner and skim along lash line where the paste and lashes meet your cover.
Tip #9: Finish with Mascara
After you apply the cake liner to the two tops, get your number one mascara and apply in any event two coats. This is likely the main advance in light of the fact that is mixes the bogus lashes into your genuine lashes and goes about as a second cement for the bogus lashes to remain on. Unquestionably don’t skirt this progression!