Eyelash extensions: Everybody is liking them;everybody’s talking about them; and everybody is getting them. But the sad truth is, not everybody can afford them. – See more information as bellow:

How to choose the lash glue?

We’ll be using individual flare lashes with strip lash glue instead of the traditional semi- permanent individual eyelash glue used to apply eyelash extensions. This method is widely used by makeup artists for brides and “natural look” photo shoots. Better yet, there is absolutely no commitment required – you can remove the extensions easily along with the rest of your makeup at the end of the day without worrying about maintenance and costly touch-ups.

After choose the right glue,the next step is how to afford them?

1.Choose individual lashes of varying lengths,and squeeze a bit of your strip lash adhesive where you can quickly and easily dip the knotted ends of your individual lashes.

2.Gently pick up one knot with your tweezers and dip it into the adhesive. Too much adhesive on the knots will make your eyelashes look messy, even with clear tone glue, so try to use only as much as you need.

3.Looking down into a mirror, place the first knot on the outermost corner of your eye, making sure the knot is flush with your skin and not just clinging to your lash follicle.

4.Select the next shortest length and dip it into the adhesive. Use this length to fill in any blank spaces in the outer third of your eye.

5.Continue to apply the lashes along the rest of your eye, using the middle length for the middle third of your eye and the shortest length for the inner third of your eye. Fill in empty spaces as you need using either a shorter length or the same length.

6.Here are some close-ups of my eyes before and after my extensions