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How to put on eyelashes for beginner

How to put on eyelashes for beginner

How to put on eyelashes for beginner - Eyelashes are a great way to make your eyes look bigger and more awake. You can also emphasize your eye makeup with lashes, making it easier to get the look you want. Eyelash adhesive is easy to use once you get the hang of it, but there are some tricks that will help keep things fresh and exciting as you try different styles over time. Follow these tips for an easy-to-follow tutorial on putting on eyelashes like a pro:


Eyelashes is a great way to make your eyes look bigger, more awake and to emphasize your eye makeup

They can also be used as an alternative method of wearing false eyelashes which are very popular with celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. Eyelashes can be worn for any occasion from casual to formal events.


It can be intimidating to think about putting something over your natural lashes when you've never done it before.

But before you get started, keep in mind that putting on fake eyelashes isn't as easy as it looks. You'll need to practice—and practice some more!

It's also a good idea to practice on a friend first so that you can learn how to put them on properly and gain some experience doing so. Once you've gotten the hang of it, though, don't let the fear of messing up stop you from trying! 

Practice makes perfect, and it will be worth all those hours spent in front of the mirror if your friend asks where she can buy her own pair of falsies after seeing what they look like on her face (because who wouldn't want long lashes?). You'll need patience and time when learning how to put on false eyelashes for beginners.


Get the right eyelash glue

You can find eyelash glue at all drugstores, but if you're a beginner, it's best to purchase your glue online. For beginners, the most important thing to look for in a glue is that it's safe for contact lenses.

Next, choose an applicator tip size that's appropriate for your lashes. If you're applying lashes with extensions already on them (known as "extension sets"), then use an applicator smaller than the one listed on your kit packaging; otherwise, choose one larger than suggested in order to get closer access to each lash strip before applying it.


Measure your eyelashes before applying them

Before applying eyelash extensions, you need to measure your natural lashes. This is important so that you know what kind of extensions to buy, and they fit well with your natural lashes. You can use either a ruler or tape measure to do this. 

Take the length of your natural eyelashes between the inner corner of the eye and outer corner of the eye and then again from inner corner to outer brow. The difference between those two measurements will tell you how long you want your new lashes to be. 

To make sure this measurement is correct, it's important that someone tall measures them for you as they may give different results compared with someone short or tall themselves due to different perspectives!


If you trim too much off the outer corner, your lashes will look short and stubby

Some people have a natural tendency to trim more than they need to, so don’t be afraid to get a little creative with your curling process. If you think that might be the case for you, try folding the lash in half and trimming from there—this way if it turns out that you trimmed too much off, then all it takes is another fold over again to fix it!


Only cut one length at a time

For this step, you'll only cut one length at a time. This is because you don't want to cut too much off the outer corner of your lashes. If you do, they will be stubby and short looking. You can carefully see where the lash starts growing from your skin by holding it up in front of a mirror or light source and sliding it back with your fingers until it's straightened out as much as possible. Then use your scissors to snip through that section of hair at an angle towards its root (like how people trim their bangs). Do this for every single lash in order to keep them all uniform in size!


Trim in stages and test as you go along

  • Trim the lashes in stages. If you're working with a lash set that comes with multiple pairs of lashes, trim the first pair and test them out before moving on to trimming the second pair.
  • Test as you go along. Once you've trimmed your eyelashes, put some glue on your finger and place it over one of the single lashes. Hold for about 10 seconds, then check to see if it's stuck down well enough to hold without falling off when you blink or move your eyes up and down very slightly (but don't move too quickly). If not, try again until they're secure enough that they don't fall off during this test.
  • Apply using tweezers or toothpick for easier application! If using tweezers isn't working for you or if having them nearby isn't convenient at all times as well as being potentially dangerous (i know we're only talking about 10 seconds here but imagine how fast things could go wrong!), try applying glue via a toothpick instead! Just dip it into some normal white school glue then apply just like usual :) This will make things much easier since most people already have those lying around anyways!! It also helps if someone else has already lined up the glue beforehand so there's less chance of messing up later on while trying to align things yourself!

Squeeze a small amount of lash adhesive onto the back of your hand or inside of a bowl or other container

You will need to apply the lash adhesive to your hand. You'll want to avoid getting any glue on your skin because it's difficult to remove and can cause irritation.

If you are unfamiliar with applying eyelashes, I recommend that you use tweezers or a toothpick rather than your fingers. If you don't have tweezers or a toothpick handy, try using a cotton swab dipped in water or rubbing alcohol instead.

Squeeze out just enough adhesive onto the back of your hand so that there is enough for the entire application process (this will vary depending on how much lash glue was used during manufacturing).

Apply a small amount of eyelash glue to the lash band using tweezers or a toothpick, depending on which feels steadier for you

You'll want to apply a small amount of eyelash glue to the lash band using tweezers or a toothpick, depending on which feels steadier for you. If you use your fingers, chances are that there will be too much product on the band, and it will drip down into your eye. This is not only irritating but also incredibly uncomfortable. It can even cause burning in some people!

Make sure also that you don't use too little or too much glue—anyone who has ever worn false lashes knows how bad it feels when they're slipping off all the time! You want them to stick, but not be super glued in place either!

Hold the lash with tweezers at the outer corner and place it so that the outside edge is lined up with your natural lash line, not lining up with the outside edge of your eyeball

Next, hold the lash with tweezers at the outer corner and place it so that the outside edge is lined up with your natural lash line, not lining up with the outside edge of your eyeball. This will help to make sure you don’t accidentally glue part of your eyelid shut. 

The outer corner of your eye is the outermost edge of your eyelid; this is where you want to align a new lash strip or individual lashes. The inner corner of your eye is the innermost edge of your eyelid; this is where you want to line up an individual fringe if using them instead of strips (you can’t really see this because it sits behind other lashes).

Press down gently from the outside corner to the inner corner to make sure that it is stuck fast

  • Press down gently from the outside corner to the inner corner to make sure that it is stuck fast.
  • Don't use too much pressure when applying the eyelashes if you want them to last
  • Do not pull on your eyelashes, as this can cause them to come off and can damage your own natural ones.
  • Do not use tweezers to hold the lash in place while you apply it since this will only cause more damage than good!

Take your time and don't get discouraged if it doesn't go perfectly right away

It took me several attempts to feel comfortable putting on eyelashes for the first time, but after about a week of practice I was able to apply them with ease.
If you're not sure what you're doing, don't be afraid to ask for help from someone who does know what they are doing!

Conclusion

You can find eyelashes in many different styles and colors. There are also different ways to apply them. It's important to choose a pair that matches your eye shape and size so that they look natural when on. If you're new to eyelash application, start with an easy style like individual lashes or clusters before moving onto full strip sets!

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