Why My False Lashes Doesn't Stay Curled
What to do if your DIY lashes don't look good
The general reason for sticking false eyelashes that always sag is due to improper operation, and the correct method of operation is as follows.
The first step is to clip the eyelashes, first to bend the eyelashes, if your own eyelashes do not sag smoothly or particularly hard then should pay attention to clip more times to pull.
The second step is to take out the false eyelashes with tweezers, then grab the ends of the lashes with your hands and gently bend them 10 times. This is to adjust the curvature so that the lashes fit better.
The following important step is cut out the length of the false eyelashes with scissors according to the length of your eyes. You can also cut your false eyelashes into sections to fit your eyelashes, as mentioned on any shows, articles and magazines. Note: 2 - 3 mm longer than the length of the eye is the most appropriate and beautiful.
Then move to step 4: Apply the glue to the root of the false eyelashes. Note: Apply glue to both sides, this step requires a lot of care.
Step 5: With one hand, gently lift the eyelid and gently glue the false eyelashes to the root of the real eyelashes, making minor adjustments before the glue sets. This step requires the mirror to be placed where the eyes can be level and held in place on the table with the elbow.
In the sixth step, lightly press your fingertips against the lash bond until it is fully bonded.
Reasons why your fake lashes don't curl and collapse downward
There are three general causes of sagging eyelashes: one is natural sagging, the second is sagging eyelashes due to pressure from the upper eyelid, and the third is sagging eyelashes that are too long and affected by gravity.
Some people are born with long eyelashes, so their eyelashes sag all the time. It is inconvenient to brush mascara, and even if you curl your eyelashes for so many times, it is still hard to change the fact that they sag.
The second type of sagging eyelashes is due to the upper eyelid pressing on the eyelashes. Generally, the upper eyelid is too thick and heavy, and when it drops down to the eyelid, it bends the eyelashes that were originally growing upwards, and since the upper eyelid keeps pressing on the eyelashes, the eyelashes can only grow downwards.
The third reason is that the eyelashes are too long. The length of the eyelashes varies from person to person, some people have long eyelashes, but others have sagging eyelashes because they are too long.
However, if the eyelashes are complicated, such as being born with long downward eyelashes, there is little chance of change. If the eyelashes are pressed by the thick upper eyelids, a double eyelid patch or a lash tint can change the thick upper eyelids and the eyelashes will not grow downward.