There are many ways to make sure your false eyelashes look flawless and natural. Be sure to pick a pair of eye-shaped lashes that are versatile. The next step you definitely don’t want to overlook is making sure they are the right size for your eyes. The wrong size lashes can make your eyes look droopy or make the false lashes stand out too much against your natural lashes. Let see how to adjust false eyelashes now.
When you first wear false mink lashes, look at the veins that hold all of your beautiful lashes together. Most strip lashes have an inner edge and an outer edge. The inner edge should look tapered, while the outer edge has a blunt tip. This is because the taper will blend more evenly into the delicate lashes that naturally appear in the inner corners of the eye, while the outer edge is blunt for size adjustment.
When you measure and size your quality lashes, place the tapered end of the faux lash on the lash line about a quarter of an inch from the corner of your eye. You want the faux lashes to start where the natural lashes begin to thicken so they blend together. Once the ends are set, apply the false lashes along the lash line and measure the false lashes at the edge of the eye. Any wider, they will make your eyes look droopy and make them look more prominent.
After marking that point, cut the lashes on the vein, taking care to avoid cutting any lashes. After adjust your false eyelashes are sized and ready to go!
Note: It is recommended to size your lashes individually for each eye, rather than measuring one and cutting the other to match. Sometimes your lashes grow differently on each eye and you don’t want to ruin them.
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