It’s always fun to go for the glamour look with long eye lashes. You could apply a few singles to create a subtle change or the full lashes to create a perfect look. Eye lashes are not the easiest to put on and enhance your look.
Decide what look you’re seeking. A full set of false eyelashes adds high drama to your evening appearance or returns the eyelashes that may have disappeared due to illness. Little clumps of fake lashes on the outside corners of your eyes create a subtle, sophisticated glamour.
Choose a color that complements the occasion. For evening, stick to black (or dark brown if you have pale lashes), which adds drama without requiring mascara. In the daytime, go dark brown (light brown or blond if you have pale lashes) for a natural look.
Check their length. Full lashes should follow the natural line of your own lashes. Trim them with sharp scissors to accommodate your needs.
Begin with clean eyes, free of makeup or debris.
Hold the lashes in your hand and apply a very thin line of glue or adhesive along the base; let it sit for 1 minute. Begin with a minimal amount of glue, adding more if needed.
Look into a mirror, either on the wall or placed on a countertop. Apply the false lashes above your eyelashes, as close to your lash line as possible, following its natural curve.
Adjust the lashes with your fingertips, tweezers or a toothpick.
If you’re using lash clumps, place them at the outside corners of your upper lashes (one or two per eye should suffice). Adjust their position with a toothpick, fingers or tweezers.
Apply eye makeup. You may find your new lashes dramatic enough without mascara, so take a good look in the mirror first.
Practice a few times before your debut. This is a challenging beauty trick to master, but a dress rehearsal should make for a smash opening.