Novice false eyelashes always stick badly? Choosing the correct arc is the key!

Novice false eyelashes always stick badly? Choosing the correct arc is the key!

Novice false eyelashes always stick badly? Choosing the correct arc is the key!
First of all, we need to realize that the choice of false eyelashes is more popular with soft stalks, and it will not have the feeling of pressing the eyes when wearing it, and it will be more comfortable.
For tweezers, we recommend choosing the long tweezers on the left to help control the curvature of the false eyelashes.
Take out the false eyelashes with tweezers to ensure that the false eyelashes are not deformed and fit the shape of our eyelids, making it easier to wear.
For novices, we recommend wearing false eyelashes before applying mascara, which can reduce the probability of errors.
Let's first put the false eyelashes on our eyes for comparison.
If it is too long, we cut off the front. Usually, we want to cut off the end of the false eyelashes if we want to be a little bit on our own; if we want to have a better effect, we cut off the front end of the false eyelashes.
Next, we cut off the white stems that grew from the front of the false eyelashes.
Note here that if we choose hard-stalked false eyelashes, bend it a few times before wearing it to make the eyelashes stalk soft.
For glue, we should pay attention not to use too much, just apply a thin layer; apply a little more on the outer side of the false eyelashes, so that the effect will be more curled.
When the glue is almost dry, we start to apply it from the center of the eyelashes, then to the end of the eye, and finally to the tip of the eye.
If you want the eyelashes to be more curled, we can curl the eyelashes to clamp the real and fake eyelashes together.
Finally, if you find that the false eyelashes and eyeliner are not in a straight line, you can fill in the gap with an eyeliner.
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