DIY: Simple Steps To Fix Your False Eyelashes If It Keeps Falling Off
It can be very embarrassing when your false eyelashes fall off in public. Let’s paint the scene for you.
You’re out somewhere, your eyeliner is on point, your contour is cut, your highlight is on fleek. You are walking around and strutting down every street like it’s your private runway. Then you walk into the bathroom, check your face in the mirror and see your false eyelashes are no longer in place. Oh no! everything is ruined.
Guess what? you don’t have to live in fear that your false eyelashes may ruin your confidence in public. Here’s what you need to do if your false eyelashes keep falling off:
1. Give the band a wiggle
Before you even think about applying the lashes, give the band a little wiggle with your fingers. Sometimes the lash band is a bit stiff and if you find that your false lashes keep falling off at the corners, then this might be why. Wiggling it around a bit will help soften it up and then the glue doesn’t need to work so hard to stay stuck.
2. Add extra glue to each end of the band
That’s where it tends to lift so a little extra sticking power in those areas can help a ton.
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3. Bring the glue in your purse and touch up
This is why the eyeliner brush is so important. Once you have the lashes on, adding extra glue is nearly impossible especially if you are using the glue in a squeeze tube. With an eyeliner brush, you can dab a tiny bit of glue on the spot that needs it, pop the lash back in place, and go about your day without ruining your makeup, because you know if you peel them off they’ll take 80% of your eyeliner with them. It’s so much more convenient this way.
Now you know what to do if your false eyelashes keep falling off, go forth and be fab without fear.
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