How to Apply Individual Lashes

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Applying individual lashes creates a much more natural look that applying full sets of lashes. Use a pair of tweezers to handle each lash, dipping it in special adhesive before setting them in place, with beauty advice from a certified aesthetician in this free video on makeup.

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Hi, I'm Kelli. I'm an aesthetician and makeup artist at Ulta Salon and Cosmetics, and I'm going to show you how to apply individual eyelashes, false eyelashes. The first thing you want to do is you want to look at the eye and see if there's any areas that are sparse or where you want to place your individual lashes. So, she has pretty full eyelashes, so we're just going to add a few just to give her a little bit more fullness, and a little bit more definition. So, we're going to use a pair of tweezers, and you're just going to pick up your individual lash. You're going to dip it in a little bit of glue. Make sure that you get a lash adhesive that's specifically for individual lashes cause' a strip lash one won't work as well. Just close for me. So, you're going to take your tweezer and you're going to put it right at her natural lash line. Kind of just press and let it stick, and it's on. And you're just going to keep doing the same thing all the way across the eye, so we'll probably do about four on her real quick. Just kind of evenly space them just to give her a little bit more fullness and a little bit more definition. These are really great, especially if you have really sparse eyelashes, or maybe you've gone through chemo or something like that cause' they're a lot more natural looking than a strip lash, open. You can see it just makes her eye look a little bit fuller, and it gives her a little bit more, gives her just a little bit more volume to her lashes, but it still looks very natural. It doesn't look like she's wearing false lashes. So, that's how you would want to apply individual lashes.


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