Lash Care & Tips

We want you to get the most out of your minks. Here's some helpful tips to turn you into a lash pro:

** Before removing or applying your lashes ALWAYS wash your hands. Clean hands help from spreading any type of bacteria, virus, or contaminants to your eyes. **

Application Process:

Items You Would Need:

Q-Tips | Tissue or Cotton Balls | Rubbing Alcohol | Tweezers | Lash Glue | Scissors | Our Made of Glam Minks

1. Using some tissue or a cotton ball, clean your tweezers and scissors with rubbing alcohol. allow your tweezers to dry then proceed to step 2.

2. With the now clean pair of tweezers, carefully remove the lash from the tray.

3. Remember lashes are made to be one-size-fits-all, but we know that's not the case. With the lashes still in tweezer, measure your lash line. Cut off any excess.

4. Apply a layer of lash glue. you don't want to be too thick. [ If using a squeeze tip lash adhesive, this is where the Q-tip comes in handy. ]

5. Allow the glue to become tacky, then apply as close to your lash line as possible. NEVER place on your natural lashes.

6. Hold in place for a few seconds, applying minimal pressure across the lash line. 

& you're ready to go! 

Removal Process:

Items You Would Need:

Vaseline, A&D, or Petroleum Jelly | Q-Tip| Rubbing Alcohol | Tweezers

1. Using the Q-tip, apply a thin layer of Vaseline, A&D Ointment or Petroleum Jelly to the lash line of the minks. Allow to sit for 1-2minutes.

2. Using your clean tweezers, slowly begin lifting your mink lashes, from either end of your eyelid.

3. Once removed, use the unused end of the Q-Tip to clean off any residual Vaseline.

4. Using another Q-Tip, dip one end into the rubbing alcohol, then gently remove any excess glue from the lash line.

Place lashes back in tray & you're good for another day!

** Video tutorials coming soon **