False eyelashes tied with silk. Pick a thin, strong black thread and tie it to the ends of the wooden frame and tighten it. The selected hair (the same thickness and the same color) is attached to the thread one by one with a crochet. The distance between each hair is about one or two hooks per other. This is a general rule. In fact, the density, thickness, and length of the eyelashes must be determined according to artistic needs. After the whole hair is hooked, use a toothpick to apply a little 502 glue to the root of the hair to keep the root hair fixed. Use a flat-toothed fire to cut all the hair, then use scissors to cut out the general shape of the eyelashes. Use scissors to separate the left and right parts, and place them on the cold hot paper. Use a toothpick to dilute the hot potion and brush the hair straight. Remember that the thread is straight, press the glass tube straight on the thread, slowly curl the cold paper, and tighten it with the rubber band. If the individual hair is found to be distorted, use a needle to punch it through the cold paper. After about twenty minutes, the water is washed through and the setting liquid is applied. After the setting liquid is dried, it is finished by using the ophthalmic small scissors.