3 Good Tips To Remove Your Eyelashes Strips
We ALL know how hard it is to apply fake lash on (I always end up with glue everywhere on my eyelid and hands), but I personally think it's time we address how sensitive it is to take eyelashes off, too. The glue sticks to our eyelids and it hurts sometimes to peel them off... not to mention how horrible it is to accidentally pull out your real lashes. Sound familiar? but what some people doesn't know, there is a right way to take of fake lash.
1. APPLY YOUR LASHES THE RIGHT AWAY
Strip/False lashes aren't designed to be pressed into the natural lash line. When applying the falsies to your eye you want them close to the lash line but not on it. If the adhesive gets pressed into the natural lashes, this is when damage can occur.
2.USE THE RIGHT KIND OF GLUE
PLEASE DON'T USE HAIR/WEAVE GLUE!! Bonding hair glue contains ammonia. Ammonia is not safe to use near your eyes regardless of whether or not you have sensitive eyes. A hair bonding glue is also too strong for use on your eyelashes, so don’t be surprised when your natural lashes reduce.
3. WHO DOESN'T LOVE SOME COCONUT OIL ?!
Resist the urge to rip your lashes from your lids the minute you get home at the end of the night LMAO. Using coconut oil to remove your lashes off is the safest way to remove them without causing harm to the naturals. Coconut oil is so great for the face and works perfectly for removing eye makeup! IT'S A WIN! All you need to do is massage the oil and let it sit in for 30 seconds, which helps soften the adhesive and allows you to easily slip the lashes off.