What To Do:
Apply shadow, liner and a generous coat of mascara on your natural lashes before applying false lashes.
1. Gently remove the false lash from the tray insert using the Visionary Lash Applicator Tool.
2. Wrap the lashes diagonally around the Gel Eyeliner Pencil (think spiral staircase), and let them sit for a few minutes to stretch out the band. This is an old Hollywood trick for applying false lashes that gives them a rounded shape that’s easier to adhere to the lid.
3. Remove the lash and check if it’s the right length for your eye. Measure carefully and trim to fit with our Visionary Lash Scissors, always cutting from the outside in. Don’t forget to trim the glue tabs on both ends of the lash band that adhere the lash to the packaging tray before applying the lashes.
4. Holding the lash with the applicator tool, place a thin layer of Visionary Lash Glue along the cotton band, putting a bit more on the corners to help the band stay put on your eyelid. Let the glue sit for 20-30 seconds until it gets a little tacky (you can blow on it to speed up the process). It’s crucial to achieve the right consistency when applying false lashes—you can test it beforehand by putting a dab on your fingers and pinching them together until it gets gummy.
5. Put your chin up and eyes down in front of a large mirror with good light. Using the Lash Applicator Tool, position the band as close to your lash line as possible. Then hold it in place until it starts to dry.
Pro Tip: You can use the Lash Styler Brush to blend the lash hairs together, “marrying” them for a more seamless look.
To complete your look you can use a little Hyper Performance Gel Eye Liner along the lashes, an especially helpful trick if they’re not perfectly meshed.
Extra Help: You can use the Lash Styler Brush to blend the lash hairs together, “marrying” them for a more seamless look.
Bottom line: If you’re new to applying false lashes, they’re going to feel a little strange at first, but you’ll get used to the feeling quite quickly. (Plus, your newly lush lashes will help distract you!)
If you feel any discomfort, remove them and try again until they feel comfortable and natural. After all, the goal is glamour, not pain.
There’s no doubt that it takes practice to master applying false lashes—but once you get the hang of it, it’s like riding a bike!
Good Lashes, Good Mood, Good Day!