Carefully remove one segment from the box and either: apply a small amount of glue to its lash line of the lash (for the Original Tip Glue) and allow glue to get tacky; OR (if you are using our mascara wand applicator) simply apply the glue directly to your natural lashes (focussing on the base).
Then with your non dominant hand - gently lift your eyelid and apply the lash segment under your lash line. Please be careful not to touch the inside or your lid – the applied lashes should feel weightless and comfortable. **Ensure your applicator is cleaned with your cotton pad between segments to prevent the lashes from sticking to the Applicator. Don’t get too close to your lash line as this might prevent the Glue from fully curing.
Repeat steps One & Two - carefully placing each segment next to the previous one with a slight overlap to allow for a seamless appearance and continue these steps until the eye is complete!!
If your lash starts to lift - use the Method Lash Applicator to carefully press the lashes to
"re-tack" them and set the glue! Do not squeeze too hard! **If using the Mascara Glue – it will be best to wait 1-2 hours before you press the lashes to avoid the Applicator sticking to the lashes.
For safe removal of lashes DO NOT simply pull them off your eye as this can remove your own lashes. Our favorite product for lash removal is our Coconut Oil Remover. (You can also use an oil based make up remover and a cotton pad or cotton swab. Simply apply the Remover and lightly swipe down on the lashes, or if using a qtip simply roll the qtip at the lash line and the lashes will slide off.
Use the Method Sealant to remove tackiness and speed up the curing process for a longer wear!!
While you are wearing your Method Lashes please be gentle with them and avoid excess heat and water to prolong the bond. To cleanse the lashes simply dampen a mascara spoolie and roll through out the lashes daily or as needed.
To remove the adhesive from the lashes after removal the best adhesive remover is Isopropyl alcohol - or rubbing alcohol. **Do not use Isopropyl alcohol when lashes are on the eye. **Full how to videos avaliable at Youtube.
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