APPLICATION & CARE

How do I apply my lashes?
Remove your lashes from your Lids and Lashes case, be very careful not to break the delicate lash band.
You then want to trim the lashes to the size of your eyelids, do this by holding the lash to your eyelid and trimming the outer, longer side down to your desired band length.
Apply a very thing layer of lash glue to the band of your lashes and leave for a minute until the glue goes tacky. This is super important as if you apply to soon the glue will go clumpy and they wont stick properly.
Using a pair of tweezers hold the middle of the band and place the lashes on top of your natural lash line. Adjust each end to ensure lash band fits perfectly over your eyeliner, be careful not to but the corner to close to your inner eye as this can be uncomfortable.
When you have got them in perfect position press down and allow the eyelash glue to set, this should take just a few seconds.
And your good to go..Don't forget to take a selfie and tag us on instagram @LidsandLashes

How do I remove and care for my lashes?
Lift the lashes gently from the outer corner and begin to lift up the band slowly. Its important to remove the lashes by the band rather than they lashes as this could damage them.
Once you have removed the lashes peel off any excess glue from the band with your fingers or tweezers. You can also use an oil free make up remover to remove any excess glue.
If you have a clean mascara/eyebrow wand use this to gently brush the lash to maintain the natural curl they hold.
Pop your lashes back into your Lids&Lashes case to protect them until next time.

 

Having used and worked with both synthetic and human hair lashes, I can pretty much feel the difference right away. Human hair lashes are noticeably lighter and a lot more delicate than synthetic hair lashes. When you brush your fingers up against the length of the hair, it feels feathery and soft to the touch and has less of that tell-tale glossy sheen that is characteristic of synthetic eyelashes. (If you’re dying to know, all of our regular strip lashes [the ones that fall under the category “False Eyelashes” and are organized by density and length] are 100% natural human hair, so you’re guaranteed to be getting the best of the best in your false eyelashes!)

 

- See more at: http://blog.falseeyelashessite.com/human-hair-vs-synthetic-hair-3/#sthash.Rr0ovpXR.dpuf

 

First off, the concept of getting 100% human hair for your false eyelashes is the same as getting 100% human hair for your hair extensions: the real thing feels more real, looks more real, acts more real. That’s obviously because they are real. (Those who have had experience with hair extensions know exactly what I’m talking about!) Hair extensions made from synthetic materials just don’t look, feel, or move the way your real hair does – which is why you always look for 100% real human hair extensions.

- See more at: http://blog.falseeyelashessite.com/human-hair-vs-synthetic-hair-3/#sthash.Rr0ovpXR.dpuf

 

First off, the concept of getting 100% human hair for your false eyelashes is the same as getting 100% human hair for your hair extensions: the real thing feels more real, looks more real, acts more real. That’s obviously because they are real. (Those who have had experience with hair extensions know exactly what I’m talking about!) Hair extensions made from synthetic materials just don’t look, feel, or move the way your real hair does – which is why you always look for 100% real human hair extensions.

- See more at: http://blog.falseeyelashessite.com/human-hair-vs-synthetic-hair-3/#sthash.Rr0ovpXR.dpuf