Draw in a crowd with House of Lashes Allura Lite False Lashes. With tapered ends and a slightly dense base, these lashes are easy to wear and will sit beautifully atop your next makeup look. Perfect for adding a dimensional touch with a comfortable look and feel. Create a light smokey eye topped off with these lashes and you can easily go from office to happy hour.
House of Lashes are individually handcrafted and made to last through multiple wears - 5-8 times on average, 8+ if well maintained.
Tip: Whenever you ''undress'' your eyes, remember to (1) gently remove the glue from your false lashes with makeup remover and (2) place them back in their tray to maintain their natural shape.
Carefully remove eyelash from tray by easing them away from the half-moon in a downward motion.
Measure the lash against your eye. Cut away any excess lash from the outer corner.
Hold each end of the lash band, create a c-shape by bringing the corners inwards to flex the lash. Adding this curve to the band will help when applying to the eyelid.
Apply lash glue to the band and wait approximately 20-30 seconds for glue to become tacky.
Once tacky, look downards into a mirror to apply lash to your eyelid. Position the band as close to your natural lashes as possible. Apply to center of eyelid first, then apply inner and outer corners.
Allow glue to dry thoroughly, once dried it will be clear.
If you would like to further blend the false lash to your natural lash, apply a bit of mascara. This is optional.
Tip: Remove lashes before you remove any of your eye makeup. Removing carefully will allow lash to be reused numerous times.
Hold the lash at outer corner and peel it off the eyelid from the outer corner towards the nose (it won't hurt).
Add a little of an oily substance to a cue-tip and run along lashline to help soften the glue if needed.
Precautions: If band is too long, this could irritate your lash line or eye. Remove immediately and let your skin calm. Adiding excess of glue could cause your lash line to be dried out or when removing.