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How to apply lashes with tweezers? Fogerrabourit! That’s why we’re .!
We all know applying lashes can be such a pain in the behind. It almost seems like your eyelid and the lashes plan for your demise once you think you have them on right. But today is today. We are going to learn how to apply lashes with tweezers once and for all!
Now, to get our lashes looking right, we ‘enlisted’ (read watched her video) the help of beauty YouTuber, Ronke Raji. Ronke always has her lashes looking good, so who else could we have called on?
In her 7 minute video, she shares a few helpful tips that could really make a difference. Tips like;
- Before you apply your lashes, line your eyelids with thin dark liner and apply mascara. Why? So if your lashes move or shift, the dark liner doesn’t make it obvious. Good looking out Ronke!
- Use a DUO Eyelash Glue instead of the glue that comes with the lashes. You’d think eyelash brands would know how to make a good eyelash glue, but that isn’t always the case. So far DUO has proven to be undefeated and you should stick with the champ. Also, using only one lash glue helps you get used to how it works.
- She would recommend using mink lashes as opposed to drugstore lashes that tend to be very synthetic. Mink lashes last longer and react better to wear and tear.
- When you’re about to apply the lash, look down so you can see your lash line better.
- Do not blow on the lash glue to get it dry. It is important to let it air dry until it becomes tacky.
- Attach the lash from an upward angle to get the best attachment possible.
- Always apply the middle of the lash first before pressing down the right and left corners. After this, use the tweezers to press them closer together for a more perfect fit. Then move it around till it feels just right.
- If you have curly lashes, flip your eyelash curler upside down before using it. This helps straighten your lash and ease application.
- Finish off with a mascara to blend the fake and real lashes together nicely.
Okay, now on to the tools you’ll need;
- Tweezers (beginner tweezers)
- Eyelash glue (DUO Eyelash Glue)
- Mink lashes
- Eyelash curler
- Dark eyeliner and mascara
Okay, . we go! Watch Ronke show you how it’s done below!
Oh, she does natural hair videos too! Check out her style secrets for her updo ..