I’m sure many have heard of hair extensions, and the many uses and benefits of wearing them, including wanting longer, fuller hair. Like hair extensions, mink false eyelashes can also help you to achieve longer, fuller hair, but for your eyes of course.
False Eyelashes are temporary artificial lashes that are designed to be worn for a short period of time, depending on the material that they are made from. False eyelashes can be made of a variety of materials, which include real human hair, fur, or fibers. Mink False Eyelashes are made like any other false eyelashes, except that they are made using 100% Siberian mink fur. Ms. Mink Lashes are created by hand, using cruelty-free Siberian mink fur and, the mink fur is attached to a cotton or elastic band. To apply your false eyelashes, the band on the mink false eyelashes will be adhered to your eyelid, near the lash line.
Even though the Mink False Eyelashes are high quality, just like other false eyelashes, they are not to be worn when showering, sleeping or swimming. If you allow your mink lashes to get wet, you may ruin the style and curl pattern. Wetting some synthetic lashes will not ruin the shape, but it may loosen the hold on the temporary lash glue that was used to apply your false eyelashes. Do you want to learn how to apply your false eyelashes? Here are 5 easy steps for applying your Mink False Eyelashes.
How to Apply Mink False Eyelashes
Note: If you’re going to wear makeup i.e. eye shadow, you may want to apply your makeup before applying the eyelashes.
- Prep your natural lashes for the application of false eyelashes: Curl your natural lashes and brush a light coat of mascara, so that your natural lashes may support the weight of your false eyelashes.
- Slide the tray of Ms. Mink Lashes out of the protective storage case. Hold the lash tray with ends of the false lash you’re removing facing towards you. Slowly rotate the tray in the opposite direction, while you begin to lift the ends of your mink lashes with tweezers, and gently peel to remove the eyelashes from the tray.
- Place your mink lash against your lash line to measure for the suitable length. If necessary, you may need to trim the eyelashes for the perfect fit. Note: Do not measure from the very start of the inner corner, because you may experience a slight discomfort with longer lash styles, that can rub against your inner eye.
- After, successfully fitting your mink false eyelashes to your eye, you should hold the lash, with the band facing downward and add glue along the band of your false eyelash. Allow the glue to set for a couple of seconds, and become a bit tacky.
- Starting with the center of your eye, place the false eyelash band on your eyelid, as close to the natural lash line as possible, and gently apply pressure. Use the tweezers to drag/ pull the ends of your lashes into place, and apply gentle pressure to help the false eyelash adhere to your natural lashes
Tip: When you’re placing the false lash near the inner part of your eye, you should avoid placing it too close to the tear duct for comfort reasons, and to give a bit more width to your eyes.
*If necessary, apply a dark eye shadow and/ or eyeliner along your lash line to complete the look and make your false mink eyelashes blend more naturally with your eyelashes.