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Lash Love: A complete Guide to Maintaining Your Gorgeous Strip Lashes

Strip eyelashes can be a great way to enhance your natural lashes and add some extra drama to your look. However, it's important to take proper care of them to ensure they last as long as possible and look their best. Here are some tips for taking care of your strip eyelashes:


1. Remove them gently: When it's time to take off your strip eyelashes, be sure to do so gently to avoid damaging them. Use a gentle eye makeup remover to dissolve the glue and carefully peel off the lashes starting from the outer corner and working your way in.


2. Clean them regularly: Just like your natural lashes, strip eyelashes can collect dirt, oil, and makeup residue. To keep them clean and looking their best, gently wash them with a mild soap and water after each use. Be sure to let them dry completely before storing them.


3. Store them properly: To prevent your strip eyelashes from getting damaged or losing their shape, store them in their original packaging or in a clean, dry container. Avoid bending or crushing them, as this can cause them to lose their shape and not sit properly on your eyes.


4. Avoid mascara: While some people like to add mascara to their strip lashes for extra volume, this can actually shorten the lifespan of the lashes. Mascara can clump on the lashes and make them look less natural. If you want to add volume, opt for a volumizing mascara on your natural lashes instead.


5. Be gentle with the glue: When applying glue to your strip lashes, be sure to use a small amount and apply it evenly along the band. Allow the glue to dry for a few seconds before applying the lashes to your eyelids. This will help prevent the lashes from slipping or coming off prematurely.


By following these tips, you can ensure that your strip eyelashes look their best and last as long as possible. With proper care, you can enjoy beautiful, fluttery lashes for many uses to come. Shop our lashes.




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