How to Clean your Mink Lashes

Cleaning your lashes is imperative to being able to wear them multiple times.

If you wear one pair of mink lashes 4 or 5 times a week, you should clean them weekly. Dust and bacteria can build up in your lashes and ruin your lashes or worse cause an eye infection. Avoid pink eye! Clean your lashes!

Before cleaning your lashes, you will need a few items.

Supplies:

Used Lashes and lash tray

Tweezers

Alcohol

Q-tips

Place the eyelash on your index finger so that the lash tips wrap around it as to maintain their curl.

Use tweezers to carefully remove large pieces of glue residue from both the back and front sides of the lash band. Use your fingernail to gently scrape off the remaining smaller pieces of glue from the lash band downward onto your index finger.

For cleaning the mink lashes, you should not use water or any other liquid. Water or any liquid substance might damage the shape, style, and curl of the lash. Good quality lashes usually are made of hundred percent natural hairs. If you want to use them for a long time, avoid water soaking and do not use any product for the cleaning.

To clean the length of the lash, apply a little alcohol to a Q-tip. Gently rub the q-tip down the length of the lash to get off any residue, dirt, and sanitize.

Place them back in their case on in a lash book, so that they do not lose their shape or fluff.

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