Wednesday, August 7, 2013

How to Care for False Lashes

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False eyelashes can help give you the long, full lashes that you have always wanted. However, the good ones do not usually come too cheap, and a false lash that is not well taken care of can cause a lot of discomfort in your eyes. When you order eyelashes from, you should know how to properly take care of them and make them last as long as possible.

Fake Eyelash Care

When you order lashes, one of the most important decisions is which lashes to get. The quality of lashes that you order will determine how good they look and how long they will last. It is worth it to spend a bit more on lashes that will look natural while giving you the lashes that you want. Once you get them and put them on with care, you need to do some things to make sure that they look good for a long time and last longer. First, try to avoid wearing mascara on your fake lashes. Hopefully, the lashes should be dark and full enough that you do not feel the need to wear mascara. If you absolutely do, then you should buy mascara that is made specially for fake lashes. This will keep them from drying up and building gook on them that you can’t get off.

Whenever you remove or clean the lashes, get makeup remover that is oil free. The oils will damage the lashes over time, so the oil-free remover is the best choice. There are a lot of options out there, so find a product that is known to work well. There are oils on your hand as well, so try to avoid touching them as much as possible. Touching them may also bend them in unnatural ways, which doesn’t look good and can cause eye pain.

Removing Lashes

Removing lashes  from can be very painful if you don’t know what you are doing. Either go to a salon and have a professional do it for you, or look online to see the best way to safely remove your lashes. Once you know how, it is easy to do.

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