We are here to help you with all the best application tips and tricks

If you are struggling with application OR you think you have your application nailed but they're not lasting…

Longevity will come with time and practice although you might think you have perfected your application there may be something that’s stopping them from lasting!

Curling your lashes

If your natural lashes are straight or downward facing we recommend to curl your lashes before applying our bond. This will allow you to see your waterline clearer for a much more smooth application.

How to apply our bond correctly

Although this bond may feel like a mascara it’s important to not apply like you would when using a mascara, a little goes a long way so keep the bond nice and close to your lash line, instead of brushing, wiggle the applicator side to side, or dabbing motions.

Am I holding my lash correctly?

You might think that something so simple would not make a difference in your application, however how you hold the lashes in the tweezer will be a massive impact on applying your lashes. Make sure when you are holding the segments inside the tweezer you are as close as possible to the top of the lash.

Holding the lashes close to the band will only cause the tweezer to stick to the bond first resulting in the lash segment sticking to the tweezer and not your natural lashes.

Applying our seal correctly

We have 2 different wand applicators for our seal, one with a dapper style applicator and one with a small micro mascara end, both of which need to be applied to the base only, dab or wiggle the brush tip at the base of your lashes near you lash water line, this step is to remove any sticky feeling and lock the lashes into place, be careful to not apply this to the lash ends as this will make them go hard and crispy, rather than fluffy and soft.

How close is too close?

Make sure when you place the lash segments they are not touching your waterline, get nice and close but ensure too leave a 0.5mm gap.

Applying too close to the lash line will cause discomfort, itchy sore eyes, which can cause a blockage of the oulglands and create styes so it’s important if you have placed to close, remove and reposition.

Lash angles

When applying your lashes make sure the band is level to where you want it to sit, lashes should sit at a 90 degree angle to your waterline so you can simply hook on. When ““hooking on” pull your tweezer up towards your brow bone and release, the lash should attach seamlessly.

Why are my lashes not lasting?

Here’s a checklist to ensure your doing before, during and after applying.

  • Check natural lashes have been cleaned throughly before using, use a cleanser to wash away any oils, make up residue or anything that’s going to create a barrier.

  • When you apply bond, make sure your not applying too much, applying too much will leave the lashes wetter for longer, having to allow for a longer dry time.

  • Segment placement is super important make sure the segments are laying flat and close to your water line, not too close.

  • If you have applied too close, remove and reapply.

  • Once your segment has been applied tap up in to your natual lashes using the tweezer or your finger to make sure it is attached firmly to your natural lashes.

  • Overlap each segment, if you are a side sleeper start with your inner corner then apply your outer corner, then apply the middles, this will encase them better and allow for a better bond.

  • Double Bond - if you feel the lashes are not attached properly and or feel loose, apply bond to the spine of the segment lash and then apply, allowing an extra layer for extra support.

  • Double Seal - as well as applying the seal the base of the lash line also brush the bond across the tweezer plates and then pinch the lashes together, squeezing as tightly as you can for at least 10 seconds.

  • Keep seal to the base - be careful when applying sealant that you are only applying to the base of the lash, brushing this through the lashes like mascara will leave the lashes looking crispy and clumpy.

  • Pinching - don’t be afraid to really get in there and pinch the lashes into place, this will help with lasting, pinching the lashes will help them grip on to the natural lash and result in lasting longer.

  • Once lashes are in place, try to keep them away from water for at least 24hrs especially, out glue is water resistant meaning they can withstand a little water here and there but drenching everyday will result in not lasting as long.

  • Wash around the lashes and over them if needed, avoid washing in the shower, once lashes are wet, dab dry and allow to naturally dry.

  • Hands off - try not to touch and fiddle with your lashes, doing so will transfer unnecessary oils from fingertips to lashes making the lashes not last as long.