Apply a small amount of adhesive on the edge of the false eyelashes. Because the ends are easy to fall off, the amount should be slightly more. Do not stick the adhesive to the false eyelashes. Then apply a layer of eyelash glue along your eyelashes. The length of the eye should be measured before applying the adhesive. If it is too long, the false eyelashes need to be trimmed. When applying the adhesive, use a pair of tweezers to hold the false eyelashes and apply them carefully. Be careful to apply them evenly.
When the adhesive is dry, the adhesion is the strongest. After about 5 seconds, when the adhesive is quick-drying, the false eyelashes should be bent to make it soft. Then, face the mirror, adjust the angle of the false eyelashes, and gently press the false eyelashes along the roots of the eyelashes. Press and hold for about 10 seconds to make the true and false eyelashes completely fit. If the glue is applied in the right amount, the false eyelashes will naturally combine with the real eyelashes. If the eyelashes of the corner of the eye fall off, this means that if the glue is less, the eyelashes are not pressed. At this time, you can use a toothpick, put a little glue on the corner of the eye, and then carefully hold the eyelashes, and the eyelashes will be fixed after the glue is dry. It is worth noting that the adhesive has the strongest binding force when it is dry, and it is transparent on the skin and has a good effect. If the adhesive is not dry, it will stick, and if the false eyelashes are not sticky, it will sag. Repeated several times, the adhesive will become white, so I have to use the eyeliner to change it to cover.