Types of False Lashes
Cluster False Eyelashes
Single-cluster false eyelashes also called DIY lashes, which are divided into small clusters of 3 to 5 lashes, which maintain a natural look and add thickness to the lashes. Before apply them, apply lash glue directly to the bottom of the cluster of false lashes and allow 15 to 30 seconds for the glue to adhere to the base of the lashes. Close your eyes and let it dry for a few seconds, then continue to apply as close to the outer part of the lash root as possible. Once all the false lashes have dried, keep them curled in line with your own lashes and finish with a final coat of mascara.
Single Cluster Eyelashes
If you're too tired to apply a single cluster of false lashes but want to add a little playfulness to your smoky eye, simply apply these segmented false lashes to the outer corners of your eyes to get the look. Although they have a similar effect, the end of the eye style has a similar structure to the full row of false lashes, only slightly shorter. Gently bend the end of the eyelash along the curve of the eyelash so that it fits on your eyelid like your real eyelashes.
Strip false eyelashes
Strip lashes is the common one, full rows of false lashes should be applied to the entire lash base. Before applying them, cut them to the right length. If the false lashes are too long, use scissors to cut off the excess. When everything is ready, apply lash adhesive all over the bottom of the false lashes, starting with the middle of the lashes and pressing the ends of the eyes together. Care must be taken that the false eyelashes are not placed too close to the inner corner of the eye, as this can easily cause irritation. If you fail on your first attempt, try applying a small amount of eyelash glue to the wrong part of the eyelid before applying the false lashes.
Multi-layered false eyelashes
For occasions such as weddings or proms, exaggerated false eyelashes are always more dramatic, and makeup artists have even given models three layers of false eyelashes. For a double effect, you can also carefully layer a second layer on top of the root of the first layer of false lashes. This takes a lot of practice, and the more times you apply them, the closer to perfection the result will be. To make the two layers of false lashes blend together, you should first curl them with an eyelash curler and then just apply mascara."
There’s a little tips need to notice
If you tear your eyelashes for a long time, the skin of your eyelids may become saggy or even droopy. After separating the false eyelashes from the eyelashes themselves, take a clean cotton pad and dip it in makeup remover oil and apply it to the eye area, leave it for about ten seconds, then gently remove the cotton pad from the inside out.