Individual Lashes

Individual lashes are applied to your natural lashes to create a fuller look that seems natural. They are available in two styles: regular and cluster.

Regular Cluster

Each lash is made up of several fine hairs connected to a tiny base. You can apply as many lashes as needed to create the look you want (the maximum is about 15 per eye). An important difference between individual lashes and strip lashes is that individual lashes are applied to the base of your own lashes while strip lashes are applied to the eyelid just above your natural lash line. Individual lashes will stay in place until the lashes they are attached to are naturally shed.

  1. Apply several drops of eyelash adhesive to a small piece of foil.
  2. Use tweezers to grasp a lash and dip the knotted end into a small amount of adhesive.
  3. Starting at the outer edge of your eye, place the lash on top of your natural lash as close as possible to your eyelid. Make sure the lash does not actually touch your eyelid. Hold the lash in place for a few seconds while the adhesive sets. 
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as many times as you desire. 
  5. Remove excess adhesive before it dries.

Strip Lashes

Strip lashes come in pairs and are applied to the lower edge of the eyelid. They are available in a variety of lengths, styles, and thicknesses. If necessary, trim the strip from the outside to fit the eye. You also might want to trim the length of the lashes.

  1. Clean eyelid before applying lashes.
  2. Gently remove strip from its tray and apply a thin layer of eyelash adhesive along the base.
  3. Using an orange wood stick, press the center of the strip onto the eyelid as close as possible to your natural lash line.
  4. Use the orange wood stick to press the outer end of the strip to your eyelid, then move to the inner end. Do not apply the lashes to the absolute inner edge of your eye, but a little bit away--lashes do not naturally grow at the inner edge. Use your own lashes as a guide.
  5. Remove excess adhesive before it dries.
  6. Use a lash comb or a dry mascara brush to blend the strip lashes with your own lashes.
  7. Apply eyeliner to make a clean edge at your lashline.
  8. To remove, hold the outer edge of the strip and gently peel off. Use eyelash adhesive remover to clean the dried adhesive on your lid and the strip itself.