Applying natural-looking false eyelashes is a process of experience and skill. This is a pretty tricky thing,especially for the new ones, but if you follow the steps below and practice a few times, you’ll get the hang of it pretty quickly. Amor Eyelash Wholesaler shares this helpful guidance blog, you will know How To Apply False Eyelashes Look Natural after you well learn it。
Choose lashes with an invisible eyelash band
Choose fine lashes
Choose clear lash glue
Make sure they’re not too big for your eyes
Apply them correctly
Apply liner to your top lash line
Blend them with your natural eyelashes
Choose Lashes With An Invisible Eyelash Band
The more visible the lash band, the less realistic your false lashes will look. Instead, opt for lashes with an invisible band that are completely clear in colour instead. These are completely clear in colour instead of being black and therefore provide a much more undetectable look once applied.
All of our ‘natural’ false lashes feature a clear lash band.
Choose Fine Lashes
The ultra-soft silky Cashmere Lashes that we use here at Amor Lashes are even finer than silk ones, creating an even more natural, soft look.
Choose Clear Lash Glue
A lot of makeup enthusiasts prefer black adhesive because it’s typically the same shade as their false lashes, mascara, and liner. However, if you’re looking for a natural look, try using a clear glue.
Make Sure They’re Not Too Big For Your Eyes
False eyelashes are made much longer than the average person’s lash line. Before applying your false lashes, measure the false lashes against your lash line and trim if necessary. Without this step, you risk applying lashes that are way too wide for your eyes and hang off the outer edge of your eyes… not a cute look!
Apply Them Correctly
Correct application of your false lashes is incredibly important and will determine not only how natural your lashes look, but how long they will last.
Apply the falsies onto your eyelids as close as you can to your natural lashes. The strip should start where most of your natural lashes begin. To determine where they should end, count about two to four lashes inward from the edge of your outer counter or apply your lashes halfway between the inner corner of your eye and the start of your pupil.
Apply Liner To Your Top Lash Line
Once your lashes are on, we advise that you apply a black eyeliner to your waterline to fill in any gaps between the false lash and your natural lash line and help to conceal the band of your false lashes for a perfect and seamless look. You may also want to use an eyebrow spoolie brush to keep your lashes separated and nicely fluffed up. Lashes that are stuck together and clumpy from mascara look fake, so it’s always a good idea to have a small spoolie brush on hand.
Blend Them With Your Natural Eyelashes
It’s really up to you whether you add mascara before or after you apply your false lashes, or not at all for that matter. However, to ensure a perfectly seamless look, we recommend adding a light coat of mascara to your natural lashes before adding the falsies, to help your lashes blend into the strips.