What you should know about false eyelashes

Since ages, fashion of women has been the subject of many changes not only in clothing, but in accessories as well. From handbags and footwear to jewelry, from hair color to make-up and nails, the changes have always exited women. When it comes to make-up, the most interesting accessory is represented by the false eyelashes.

Almost every women i know love false eyelashes because it can really change your appearance. When you wear that fashionable accessory you look more classy and your eyes can be extremely hot. From full-on false eyelashes to individual ones, there is no better way to make you look more gorgeous.

Here is what you should know about buying and wearing false eyelashes.

Choosing the right shape

If you have smaller eyes, look for lashes that are thicker in the outer corner. This will add lift and length. For eyes that are wide set or have little or no crease, concentrate your lashes in the center of the eye. For deep-set eyes, you have to use longer lash strips so you can lengthen the eye. If the strips are too long, size them to your eye and then trim them down with cuticle scissors.

How you put them on

Squeeze a drop of false eyelashes adhesive on the back of your hand and use a special stick to lightly dab the glue to the lash. Wait about 15 seconds, then lay the strip on the outer edge of your eye, as close to the lash line as possible. Hold the false eyelashes with a tweezer on the outside corner and your thumb and index finger on the inner part. Look down and align the false eyelashes by focusing on the middle first, and then pressing down the ends.
Apply mascara to both your natural and fake eyelashes. Use 1 or 2 coats of mascara to blend.

How you take them off

To remove your false eyelashes, just take a Q-tip and soak it in some eye make-up remover. Swipe the Q-tip along your lash line back and forth a few times. You will start to notice the strip loosening from your lash line. Once the false lashes are pretty loose, use your thumb and index finger to gently pull it off.

Cleaning and storing

If you want to use the lashes in the future, you have to clean them gently. Use some make-up remover and a tissue to remove the remaining glue and mascara. Lightly wipe them repeatedly in the direction from band to tip of the lashes and then place them back on the plastic tray.