Everyone always seems to need false eyelash tips…which I guess makes sense because wearing false eyelashes is hard! Do you ever see girls who wear huge lashes all the time and just walk around and rock it like it aint even a thang? How the hell do they do that? I think it basically it comes down to practice, and also knowing a few little tips to help you apply them properly so that you look chic and put together, and not like you just got off the overnight bus from crazytown. Let’s be honest, it’s a fine line. I’m getting better at it though, because I’ve been practicing.
If you have a hard time putting on lashes all together then you might want to read this post first, but if you can already put them on but want them to look more seamless then continue on here. Today let’s focus on hiding the lash band and helping it blend into your natural lash line. If you get good enough at applying them you will be able to rock them without even applying eyeliner to help them blend, but you need a few tips first.
I just use a dense Flat Definer Brush, pack it with some matte black shadow and then tap it gently onto the lash band area to cover any glue or a clear band that’s showing. The trick is to only get it on the lashes and not the lid. Once the black has been placed on the area that need to be covered I also find it helpful to take what product remains on the brush and wiggle the bristles of the brush gently on the base of the lashes. That helps move a small amount of product between the false lashes and the real ones, covering any remaining gaps.
I prefer this to using a liner or a mascara because I find that the powder formula keeps the false lashes fresh for longer where a cream or liquid get’s them a little gunked up.
So if you are looking for a few false eyelash tips to help you hone your craft then I hope these were helpful. Do you have any awesome tricks that help blend in your false eyelashes? Let everyone know in the comments!