How to apply magnetic lashes
Be especially careful when handling the bottom lashes as they can be easily lost, as with anything small. In the event that you need to apply your lashes near a sink, it is recommended to put a light coloured towel on your sink so as to prevent the lashes from falling into the sinkhole. It is best to apply them sitting at a desk using a magnifying mirror. Keep scrolling down for more instructions!
- To avoid droopy eyelashes, before application of the magnetic lashes, curl your lashes and apply mascara to them, giving your lashes some texture for the magnets to grip onto. However, do not apply mascara to the false lashes as it will reduce their lifespan. If you want a more dramatic effect to your lashes, curling your lashes is especially recommended!
- Be sure to keep your hands and fingers clean before handling your lashes and to ensure that they are not greasy. Greasy hands and fingers can cause less grip when handling the lashes, and the lashes will be more likely to slip, fall and get lost in the process of application.
- Before application of the lashes, bend the top lash band such that it follows the natural curve of your eyes You can bend it as much as you need until you get a satisfactory curve. However, do not make too much of a dramatic curve as that will make the lashes stick up in the middle.
How to apply the magnetic lashes:
- Place the top eyelash on top of your natural pre-curled lashes and hold its outer edge as close as possible to the outer corner of your natural lash line.
- Using your other hand, bring the bottom lash strip underneath your natural eye lash such that it aligns with the outer edge of the top strip. Their magnets will instantly fasten together, hence securing your natural lashes between the two strips
- Then bring another bottom lash strip such that it connects to the inner edge of the long lash strip. Ensure both corners are secure.
- Repeat steps 1-3 for the other eye.
If there is a discomfort while wearing the lashes, it could be due to one or all of the below reasons:
Long lash band and protruding lash hair
In some cases, the lash band may be too long or the hairs of the eyelash may be poking into your eyes, causing irritations. Hence, trim out any protruding band length on the two sides and any hairs that may have been bent and poking your eyes. If your eyes are still irritated, then trim the inner corner up to where the magnets start. Take note not to cut off the magnets. Similarly, trim the bottom pieces if they are irritating your eyes as well.
Eyelids stuck between lash magnets
Sometimes your eyelids may get stuck in between the lash magnets. Hence to rectify this situation, you may gently pull up your eyelids with your fingers while holding the magnets
down to release them from the magnets
- Firmly hold the top lash as close to the lash line as possible with one hand while bringing the bottom magnet strip up with the other hand so that they magnetize close to the lash line. You can start by keeping the bottom pieces low to prevent magnetization before you are ready. Slowly bring the bottom pieces “inwards” close to your eyeball. When it is the closest to your eyeball, you may start bringing it up towards your lash line till it magnetizes with the top magnet.
- Ensure that your top lash at one corner of the eye is aligned with your lash line properly (no gaps and no lashes sticking up) before magnetizing the second bottom lash strip.
- Press and hold the top lash firmly in position with one hand. Use the other hand to bring the second bottom lash strip to the second corner until they magnetize. Ensure that one corner of the eyelash is not pushed towards the middle as this will result in a gap in the middle of the lashes.
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