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How To Take Care Of Your Falsies Like A Pro!

False eyelashes are amazing, and can change your entire look in a snap. They’re low-commitment and easier on the pockets (compared to pricey lash extensions). But they can only be cost-effective if they are taken care of properly! So save your hard earned money and clean your lashes properly after every application.

Keep reading to find out our 2 cents on taking care of your falsies!

 

Lay Low On The Mascara

Make sure that you stay as far away from water-proof mascara as you can, when it comes to false lashes. We think adding mascara to your lashes only creates additional buildup and will decrease the wear time of your new pair. However, if your lashes have already experienced a little bit of wear and tear, then using a mascara would come in handy in blending the real and fake lashes together.

 

The Ultimate Eye Lash Cleaning Hack

Use tweezers to carefully pull off dried lash glue from the lashes. From there, gently place each lash on a cotton pad and then soak it in an oil free makeup remover. Once wet, top the lash with another cotton pad and let it sit for about 30 seconds to soak up any dirt, oil, and remaining glue. As soon as the time is up, swipe away any remaining residue with one end of the cleanser-soaked cotton pad. From there, repeat the process with the other eyelash.

We recommend:

 

BOOTS COCUMBER MICELLAR WATER 100 ML

Rs895 To shop, click here.

 

Boots Cocumber Micellar Water 100 Ml

 

GOLDEN ROSE COTTON PADS

Rs535 To shop, click here.

 

golden rose cotton pads

 

Store Them Properly

After your lashes are squeaky clean and dry, place the lashes back in the lash box, securing the lash band firmly to keep the lash curled. Another tip, keep your falsies away from direct sunlight as this can change the colour of the hair.

 

And just like that, you’ve got yourself two good-as-new false lashes — without spending a single extra cent!

 

Do you prefer using falsies or getting an eyelash extension? Comment below and share with us!

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False eyelashes are amazing, and can change your entire look in a snap. They’re low-commitment and easier on the pockets (compared to pricey lash extensions). But they can only be cost-effective if they are taken care of properly! So save your hard earned money and clean your lashes properly after every application.

Keep reading to find out our 2 cents on taking care of your falsies!

 

Lay Low On The Mascara

Make sure that you stay as far away from water-proof mascara as you can, when it comes to false lashes. We think adding mascara to your lashes only creates additional buildup and will decrease the wear time of your new pair. However, if your lashes have already experienced a little bit of wear and tear, then using a mascara would come in handy in blending the real and fake lashes together.

 

The Ultimate Eye Lash Cleaning Hack

Use tweezers to carefully pull off dried lash glue from the lashes. From there, gently place each lash on a cotton pad and then soak it in an oil free makeup remover. Once wet, top the lash with another cotton pad and let it sit for about 30 seconds to soak up any dirt, oil, and remaining glue. As soon as the time is up, swipe away any remaining residue with one end of the cleanser-soaked cotton pad. From there, repeat the process with the other eyelash.

We recommend:

 

BOOTS COCUMBER MICELLAR WATER 100 ML

Rs895 To shop, click here.

 

Boots Cocumber Micellar Water 100 Ml

 

GOLDEN ROSE COTTON PADS

Rs535 To shop, click here.

 

golden rose cotton pads

 

Store Them Properly

After your lashes are squeaky clean and dry, place the lashes back in the lash box, securing the lash band firmly to keep the lash curled. Another tip, keep your falsies away from direct sunlight as this can change the colour of the hair.

 

And just like that, you’ve got yourself two good-as-new false lashes — without spending a single extra cent!

 

Do you prefer using falsies or getting an eyelash extension? Comment below and share with us!

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