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Individual Short Lash

Styles: Natural|Glamour|Individuals

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Customize your look with short, medium or long individual lashes. Add a few clusters to different areas to perfect your look- to the outer corners to accent; to the center to open up your eyes; or to simply fill in sparse areas!

Thoroughly clean your eyelashes and eyelids so they are make-up and oil free.

  1. Step 1

    Pour 2-3 drops of lash adhesive on a piece of foil.

  2. Step 2

    Gently remove lash from tray with tweezers.

  3. Step 3

    Dip knotted end of lash into adhesive.

  4. Step 4

    Starting at the center of the eyelid, apply lashes one at a time by placing the lash cluster on top of one of your own natural lashes with the end close to, but not touching your eyelid. Support lash gently with fingertips until adhesive sets. Work towards the outer corner. Return to center and gradually work inward until lashes blend.

Apply 10-15 lashes per eye.

DuraLashes should be replaced as your natural lashes shed. (About 4 to 5 weeks)

Care and Cleaning:

Cleanse lashes with cool water. Oil-based cleansers soften adhesive. Be gentle. Don't rub or towel dry your eyes. Allow your lashes to air dry. Like natural lashes, DuraLashes will singe. Avoid open flame or direct heat.

Removal:

Your DuraLashes can be easily removed with specially formulated LashFree Adhesive Remover. Never try to pull them off after adhesive has set.

Directions

Thoroughly clean your eyelashes and eyelids so they are make-up and oil free.

  1. Step 1

    Pour 2-3 drops of lash adhesive on a piece of foil.

  2. Step 2

    Gently remove lash from tray with tweezers.

  3. Step 3

    Dip knotted end of lash into adhesive.

  4. Step 4

    Starting at the center of the eyelid, apply lashes one at a time by placing the lash cluster on top of one of your own natural lashes with the end close to, but not touching your eyelid. Support lash gently with fingertips until adhesive sets. Work towards the outer corner. Return to center and gradually work inward until lashes blend.