Eyes are the most beautiful features that a girl is gifted with. Hence, eye make-up becomes a very important part of every girl’s life, be it for a special occasion or for an everyday natural look. Remember girls, beauty lies in the details.
Fake eyelashes are really big this season. They complement a heavy make-up look as well as a simple, natural look. Don’t be afraid to add some drama to your eyes.
Bianca Louzado of Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers will not only teach you how to use false eyelashes, but also show you how you can enhance your real lashes perfectly with this simple three-step process.
Curl your lashes using an eyelash curler. Start right from the root of the lash line for perfectly curled lashes.
Apply mascara in layers on your lashes, starting at the top layer of the eyelash and comb it outward. Once this coat has dried a little, you can apply another coat at the base of the lashes all the way to the tip.
Mascara must be applied three times for a voluminous effect.
You want nothing but the best to look glamorous, hence, avoid synthetic tacky looking eyelashes. Once the glue on these false lashes gets a little dried out and becomes sticky, place them where the lashes naturally begin, look down and press the lashes against the lash line first in the centre followed by the outer edge and finally the inner corner.
Give it two minutes to dry, and then run a dark liner right at the root of the lashes to cover up any white glue that might be visible.
Curl your lashes, both fake and real, with an eyelash curler. This will make the false lashes on your eyelids feel more comfortable. This step will also prevent your eyes from looking too heavy and made up.
Now comes the tricky part. Most girls don’t know how to remove the false lashes. All you have to do is remove the lash like it’s a sticker. Pick it up from the outer corner and move towards the inner corner and it’s done!
Here is the detailed tutorial:
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