There are numerous LANKIZ lashes available to create different ideal looks. Whether you’re looking for something subtle and natural to fit daily makeup needs, or something fit for some special occasions, there will be different application techniques for each type of false lashes. Don’t worry and start with followings for some basic procedures to gradually turn to a pro!

What you’ll need:
Individual lashes
Lash glue

Before you get to applying your individual lashes, you should complete the rest of your eye makeup look. This includes eye primer, eye shadow, eyeliner, and anything else you deem worthy of your look! Just skip the mascara (for now).

Note:Make sure your eyelashes are as clean as possible! You can use lash shampoo to clean the surface of the eyelashes in advance, which can keep the false eyelashes longer.

Next, you’ll need to pick your lash glue. We recommend picking a lash glue that dries clear with a matte finish; that way it’s easier to hide any mistakes! Apply a dot of lash glue to a piece of cardboard or foil and let it sit until it’s tacky. You don’t want to apply lash glue that’s super wet because your individual falsies will shift around and struggle to adhere.

It’s time to grab your lashes! Use your tweezers to pick up an individual lash. Pick the lash up so that when you go to place the lash on your actual fringe, it follows the same curve without requiring any uncomfortable hand positioning. You can practice this a few times before applying any glue to the lash to get the motion down. After all, practice makes perfect!

And now the best part—applying your lashes! Pick up an individual lash with your tweezers, dip the base in your lash glue, and gently place the lash on your lash line. You want to place the lash as close as you can to your own fringe without actually gluing the false lash to your real lashes. When applying, start at your inner corner and work your way to the outer corner.

Editor’s note: Remember: Less is more! Start by applying a few lashes to fill in sparse areas, then go back and add more to create your desired fullness. For a cat eye effect, use shorter lashes toward your inner corner, then gradually transition to medium and finally long lashes by the time you reach the outer corner.