How nice to have beautiful lashes but how do you keep them beautiful? Read our tips and tricks about how to apply and care for your lashes.
- Apply your lashes when you are done with your eye makeup and not before.
- Start curling your own natural lashes, so they will blend beautifully with the false lashes.
- Take the false lash out of the packaging by gently pulling on the extra piece of lash band with tweezers or a lash applicator.
- Place the false lash on top of your own lash and see if it fits.
- If the lashes are slightly too long you can cut a little piece from the outer side (never cut a piece from the inner side). If the lashes do fit right, you still have to cut the extra pieces of the lash band.
- Apply a thin layer of lash glue on the lashband, do not use too much because there will get glue on the hairs, and it will be hard to remove. Apply a little bit more glue on the ends of the lashes. Never apply the glue straight to your eyelids!
- Stick the false lash on your eyelid as close as possible to your natural lash line, but do not stick them onto your own lashes. First place it in the middle of your eyelid, then on the outer side and at last on the inside. Be careful not to place the false lash too low near the inner corner of your eye because it might stick on your waterline and that will be irritating. Press the lash against your eyelid with your lash applicator or tweezers to secure it.
- Remove the lashes before you start removing your makeup.
- Get some oil free eye makeup remover on a cotton swab and rub it along the lash band, try to not get the remover onto the lashes.
- Gently start pulling the false lash from the outer side with your fingers until it comes off, it should go easily because of the eye makeup remover.
- Hold the false lash along the hairs and carefully start pulling the glue from the lash band with tweezers, don't pull away from you but gently pull upwards. Please don't force pulling off the glue residue since the lash band is made out of cotton and has multiple layers, it is very delicate. If you see a thin black line coming with your glue, stop pulling. Leaving a little bit of glue residue is fine.
- Place the lash back into the original packaging, this way they will stay beautiful the longest and there won't get any dust and dirt on your false eyelashes.
Tips & Tricks:
- Use a lash applicator instead of your fingers. It is so much easier!
- If you want to use mascara, apply it on your own lashes before you apply the false eyelashes.
- Look down into a hand mirror when you apply your lashes, this way they will get much closer to your natural lash line.
- Never leave your house without your eyelash glue, should one of your eyelashes let loose you can stick it back into place before anyone notices and save alot of embarrassing moments!
- Always do a patch test to check if you are not allergic for the lashglue.
Ohhh my! Your colored contact lenses have arrived and you can not wait to put them in your eyes. But what is the best way to do this?
Instructions before use:
- Always start with washing your hands, this is extremely important to keep your lenses clean. Thoroughly dry your hands so there is no more water left on your hands.
- Open your contact lens case and rinse it with contact lens solution, use an All-in-One solution for soft contact lenses.
- Open the blister packaging and take the lens out, put it in your hand and pour contact lens solution over it. Start washing the lens by gently rubbing it with the top of your finger (be careful with long nails!) in circular motions, do this for about 25 seconds.
- Put the lens into the contact lens case and fill it up with contact lens solution ( do not use the liquid from the blister packaging, throw this away). Repeat step 3 and 4 with the other lens.
- Leave the contact lenses in there for 24 hours before you put them into your eyes.
Put the lenses in:
- Put the lenses in your eyes before you start doing your makeup and after you use any hairspray.
- Start with washing and drying your hands thoroughly again.
- Take the lens out of your contact lens case and put it on your fingertip, check if the curve of the lens is right. If it's not, push the lens to the other side so it is inside out. Also look closely to see if there is no debris or if there are no defects on your lens.
- Look away and place the lens on the white part of your eye, turn and blink your eyes a few times until it gets into place. Repeat step 2 and 3 for the other lens.
- Throw the contact lens solution of the contact lens case away and rinse it with fresh contact lens solution. Leave the contact lens case open and put it upside down to let it air dry (never wipe it dry with a towel).
Remove the lenses:
- Take the lenses first out of your eyes before you start removing your makeup.
- Start off as usual by washing and drying your hands.
- Take the lens out of your eyes by gently squeezing your thumb and index finger or use an applicator.
- Put the lens in your hand and pour contact lens solution over it. Wash the lens again by gently rubbing your fingertip in circular motions. Do this for at least 25 seconds and place it in the contact lens case. Pay attention with putting it back into the right place, left and right.
- Repeat this with the other lens and fill the contact lens case with plenty of contact lens solution. Replace the contact lens solution daily with some fresh solution, even though you are not wearing them everyday. Use a protein-removal once in every 2 weeks and replace your contact lens case every 3 months. Never let the lenses and lens case get in contact with water or saliva.
Tips & Tricks:
- When putting your lenses in and out of your eyes use instead of your fingers, a special lens applicator. Makes your life so much easier! Especially if you have long nails, you can easily damage the lenses. The applicators come with our travel lens case.
- Always start with the same side when putting your lenses in and out of your eyes, to prevent that you switch the left and right lens with each other.
- If your eyes get dry when you wear your lenses, use special rewetting eye drops you can use with soft contact lenses.
- Get your eyes checked regularly by an eye care professional and check if the base curve and diameter of our colored contact lenses are suited for your eyes.
- Do not swim or sleep with the lenses in your eyes.
** Attention! Thoroughly check the lenses in the blister packaging before opening them. Check if it is the right color and if there is no damage. If you have received a damaged product or the wrong color you can still return them. If you have opened the blister packaging, unfortunately you cannot return them anymore due to hygiene.
**Disclaimer** Do not wear the lenses if your eyes get irritated, you feel pain or have blurred vision. Eye infections and allergies for contact lenses should be taken seriously. You are the one who is responsible to get your eyes checked regularly by an eye care professional to see if your eyes are suited for cosmetic color contact lenses. We are not responsible and liable for damages done to your eyes or vision due to wrong and irresponsible use of the colored contact lenses purchased through us. We have clear and detailed instructions on how to properly use and care for the lenses to avoid damages and infections.