Regular price


3D StyleNo
BandBlack Cotton Thread
MaterialMink Hair



Hey! Not sure about applying your new set of false lashes or how to make them last? Let us help doll you up by making sure you get the best out of your lashes by applying them correctly! 
Follow these steps and tips to achieve perfect and wide-awake eyes for a natural look in the day or for an immaculately glamorous look at night! 


1. Carefully peel off your new mink eyelashes from the packaging. 

2. Sizing them up: Hold the eyelashes to your eye and see if they’re the right size. If they’re too large for your liking, trim them down from the outer ends. If the individual lashes themselves are too long, trim them down to fit your personal taste & style.

Please note: All of our eyelashes are delicately handmade, so some individual lashes may differ in length.

3. Apply your favorite mascara: apply mascara to your natural lashes first before applying your falsies. This way you will avoid applying mascara to your false eyelashes which will help to maintain their high quality and you’ll be able to reuse them much more. Also, it will make your lashes curlier boosting the look of your mink lashes. 

4. Now apply the eyelash glue to the seams of the eyelash strips with a clean applicator or thin brush. Wait for 30 seconds - 1 minute for the glue to become tacky.
5. You can apply your lashes with your finger or tweezers, whichever you're steadiest with! Place the eyelash strip onto your eyelid, try to get it as close to the lash line as possible. Apply the strip from up above, not from the front as this makes sure the lashes get as close to the lash line as possible and is positioned correctly.

Once you’re happy with the positioning, let the glue dry for a few minutes. Once they’re dry, add some liquid eyeliner above your lash line or apply some eyeshadow to make the eyelashes blend in naturally and seamlessly. 

Et Voila! Lively, bold and beautiful eyes in 5 simple steps!


  1. Before removing the eyelashes you need to make sure the glue is loosened. To do that, you need to dab an oil-free makeup remover over the band. You can use a Q-tip cotton swab. 
  2. Once you see the adhesive is loosened, remove the false eyelashes. 
  3. Remove any glue remaining on the band of your eyelashes to make them easier to apply next time. 
  4. Store the eyelashes in their original box to avoid them collecting any bacteria or dust. Also, this way you will make sure the eyelashes maintain their shape.