I've seen you getting more and more glamorous, and false lashes are just around the corner... They are a bit fiddly if you've never worked with them before, and practice really does make perfect. Some must-haves when you start out are:
- A good pair of tweezers with a slanted edge - Tweezerman if you can afford them, but both Boots and Superdrug do an excellent budget range. I'd invest in at least two pairs - one to place the lash and hold it steady, and the other pair to manipulate the edges.
- Good lash glue - again, Duo Lash if you can afford it.
- Start off with false lashes that have a thin, almost transparent band. When the band is thick, it's also very stiff and harder to wiggle and manipulate into place when you're practicing.
With that in mind, I decided to try out the false lash applicator - and there are a number of them on the market - just to see if that helps for starting out.... as you can see from the video, the answer is a very firm NO!
Guess I need to do a false lash application video, so that's now on my To Do list ;)
Hugs and kisses,