Mink strip lashes
Cut your mink strip lashes in half. Half a mink strip lashes is easier to control than the whole one and, since bottom lashes are usually very sparse toward the inner corner of your eye, you may find that half a lash strip looks more natural. If you decide to use the entire strip, you can still apply it one half at a time.
Apply a thin strip of eyelash glue to the back of your hand. Hold the lash strip with the tweezers or your fingertips at one end near the base of the lashes.
Drag the lash base in the eyelash glue and wait 10 to 15 seconds. Tilt your head back and hold the lash strip to just below your eye, so that the curve of the lashes matches the natural curve of your own lashes.
Gently hold the lash strip right underneath your lash line, as close as you can get it to your natural lashes. Make sure the entire lash strip is flush against your lash line, using your fingertip to smooth the lash strip carefully against the skin if necessary. Hold for about 10 seconds and release.
Adjust the lash strip within the first 10 to 30 seconds of application if needed. Apply the second half of the lash strip if you desire, lining up the edge just outside the inner corner of the eye. Hold it as close to the lash line as possible, making sure the entire strip makes contact. The lash strips may overlap slightly in the center.
Allow your lashes to set and dry for 5 minutes. Apply a thin line of dark brown or black liner if there is an obvious demarcation between your lashes and the falsies. Finish with a coat of mascara.