Always handle with care, when removing your lashes from the lash tray or after wear always gently pull from the cotton band and never pull from the individual lash strand as this can damage the lashes and may alter the shape. Refrain from applying mascara or serums to 3D Mink Lashes and remove glue after every use

Step 1: Measure and cut the lash
Strip eyelashes are one size fits all. They're made to be longer than you'll need, so you have to cut them to the right length. To get the perfect length for your lids, hold the strip lash up to your eyelid as if you're about to apply it to determine how much to cut off. Then use scissors to trim it to the right size. ALWAYS CUT FROM THE OUTER CORNER

Step 2: Apply Adhesive
Place a small, thin ribbon of eyelash glue or eyelash adhesive along the band of the lash. Wait until it becomes tacky (not drippy). To make sure you don't use too much adhesive, use a toothpick to apply the glue to the strip lash. We recommend to wait around 30 seconds.

Step 3: Apply the Lash
Use one hand to hold down your lid, and the other hand to press the strip to the base of your lashes. Use tweezers or a toothpick to help nudge it into place and press it to the lid with your finger until it sticks. Voila! You now have beautifully long lashes!

Step 4: Lash Removal                                                                                               

Always wash your hand with cleanser or soap. And then use a drop of water-based makeup remover over the lash to loosen the glue. Wait for a few seconds and it will be easier to remove the lash. Hold the corner of the lash and then gently pull it off.

Step 5: Lash Cleaning and Storage 

After wear always run a cotton tip with oil-free make up remover along the cotton band to remove any glue. For the durability and the repeated use, you need to maintain the lashes properly. Moreover, you will have to avoid water contact and mascara. Both can damage the quality of the lashes. After removal, store your 3D Mink Lashes in the original lash box to keep safe and prolong the lash quality.