These lashes are hard to apply because of the thin nature of their base and the consistency of the glue they come with. As long as you are careful with the amount of glue you use they should not interfere with your normal lashes. I frequently use false eyelashes for nights out and rarely lose any natural ones.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
I suggest using a good pair of tweezers and dark false eyelash glue by duo to set the lashes. I would use the corner lashes as they are more natural looking and slightly bend the sides in a curve shape before you try to put them on. If you worry about pulling out your eyelashes only put a thin amount of the glue on the false eyelashes. You can use the tweezers where you put the lashes on to clamp down over your lashes and the false ones where the glued edges are. Your fingers can even be used to lightly push the lashes in to set them better. When taking them off, i recommend using the tweezers to loosen the outer edge and take off from outer to corner(never the reverse).Overall putting false eyelashes on can be tricky and i recommend you going on you tube and seeing how its done if you have never done it before. Also, i have been using false eyelashes for a long time and my eyelash keep growing so i wouldn't worry. Unfortunately, taking off the eyelashes always posses to take out a few but not always. If you are using these to replace the lost natural lashes i would not take them off everyday until your own grow back.
I personally have never had good luck with eyelash curlers either and don't use them.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
Not at all. I have thin lashes, and use these to fill in and or glam-up. I have even slept in them and have never lost a lash
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
(Fort Lewis Washington)
False lashes shold be applied to the base of the lash on the skin, however, some glue usually reaches the lash ond some lashes can be damaged when removing. They are easy to apply with practice, but always be sure to wash your hands befor applying to prevent eye infections and to store them in a clean dry place. Your lashes will grow back even if you wear the false lashes, but It can take as long as 6 weeks.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
(Port Republic, MD)
As long as you don't apply the lashes right onto where your lashes grow, you should be fine. To disguise the gap, apply black or brown eyeliner before applying the lashes. Also, use waterproof eyemakeup remover to take the lashes off at night-simply soak cotton pads with the remover, press onto the lashes for about 30 seconds, and carefully remove. You can reuse them if you're cautious. If you're unsure or nervous about applying them, go to your local salon and they should be able to give you a lesson!
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
hey so your question is how hard are they to put on and will the affect the growing of your natural lashes?...... i must be honest i got these and they are not as hard as the individual ones which were my second pair of false lashes but i do like the individual ones better. putting false lashes are not going to affect the growth because these only will stay on for a day and the glue is pretty sensitive so im sure youre ok with wearign these hope this was a bit helpfull
answered 5 years, 7 months ago