Video Tutorial: How to Apply False Lashes


A Complete Beginner’s Guide to False Eyelashes

154663-425x282-applying-false-lashesFalse lashes are, by far, one of my most favorite beauty products and an easy way to completely change your look. Not only can they widen your eyes, they can also add that special finishing touch to your look. I mainly use Red Cherry for all of my looks, on the blog and off the blog. I find them to be of very high quality and very affordable. If you’re interested in Red Cherry, there is a link in the blog’s sidebar to an online company that sells them for $2.00 a pair – I buy mine here all the time.

If you’d like to know how to apply them and gain some other helpful tips and tricks, please see the video below. Enjoy! :)

And if you’d like information about how to remove, reuse and care for them:

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Comments & Responses

5 Responses so far.

  1. Michelle Leroux says:

    Hello Zabrena, just to let you know that I ordered some Red Cherry lashes from your Blog link on 03/02/2012 and received them on 03/05/2012 from California to Puerto Rico for just $2.50!! Every pair I ordered was just perfect and plan on ordering many more. Thanks.

    • Zabrena says:

      That’s awesome, Michelle!!
      That’s impressive!
      Another reason why I love getting my Red Cherry falsies from that place – high quality and no waiting around!! Great gal running that operation :)
      Glad you’re enjoying them!!

  2. Carol Durante says:

    I am so excited about taking the classes!!

  3. Lynda says:

    It looks like my lid is about the size of yours, judging from how much you trimmed off of the false lash. My eyelashes don’t have much curl and kind of stick straight out if I do nothing with them. I wear false eyelashes frequently and usually curl my eyelashes first and then apply a coat of mascara. Today I decided to skip that step and put on my eyeshadows and then put on my false eyelashes. I feel like the look I achieved is quite good, but I think it would be better if I curl my eyelashes, as you did here, after applying the false lash. Is there a right way or wrong way on this–as in, is it better to do a light curl, apply mascara, then apply the lash, or can I skip that step and just apply the lash and then do a light curl? Thank you!

    • My Eyeshadow Consultant says:

      Hi Lynda!
      I do both! I personally like to curl the false eyelash after application so it presses my real eyelashes into the false ones.
      The effect looks very natural and helps to keep any straight ones from sticking out afterwards (I have those too!).
      But to answer your question, I usually curl the lash, apply mascara, apply the false eyelash and then lightly press the false with my real eyelashes one last time. I’m just gentler with the eyelash curler on the final curling :)

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