Strip Lash Care

Applying Lashes:

False lashes are a staple in any beauty routine. They’re an easy way to get a bold look in seconds, whether you’re going for the subtle and natural or dramatic, dramatic look. The right false eyelashes exist for you to suit different occasions and looks, making them one of the most versatile items in your makeup bag!

1. Curl Natural Lashes 

To create a shelf for your falsies to sit on, curl your natural lashes and apply mascara which will help support their weight. 

2. Cut false Lashes to fit

Cut your false lashes to perfectly fit your eyelid. You can also divide them up into smaller pieces or thin them out to create a more natural, less chunky look. Another tip is to bend them into a C shape for a few moments to help curve them into a natural eyelid shape. 

3. Add our Adhesive

You’ll want to trace a very fine line on each of the lash bands with the adhesive, not apply it to your eyelids. Wait a few moments for the adhesive to dry and become a bit tacky before applying. Even if your lashes come with some adhesive already on them, it's a good idea to apply your own for a better quality stick. 

4. Stick them on!

If you’re applying your first set of lashes, start with the outer corner of your eye first. Keep them as close to the lash line as possible, and try to create a cat-eye effect by placing your extensions slightly above it.


The removal process is a key factor in increasing the longevity of your lashes. Each of the following will work:

Cotton swab/pad (saturated in non-oil-based makeup remover)

Non-oil-based makeup wipe

Eyelash remover



Use one of the following from above to loosen the glue on your eyelid. As the glue dissolves, your false lashes should easily slide off. In a sweeping motion, use olive oil, coconut oil, or baby oil on a cotton swab to remove any excess glue left on our eyes.