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The Best Way To Clean Your False Eyelashes At Home

The Best Way To Clean Your False Eyelashes At Home
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If you wear false eyelashes often, you’d know how frustrating it gets when it packs on the lash glue. After a few uses, false eyelashes start to fall apart and at that point they usually don’t look good anymore but did you know you could revamp them all by yourself? 

Yes, there’s such a thing as cleaning your falsies and if you’ve been wearing one without cleaning regularly then you need to stop right now! Apart from breeding bacteria and infections after a while, the falsies start to fall apart and that’s just tacky and we know you don’t like that.

First off all, make sure you’re removing them correctly. You shouldn’t be taking them off with tweezers or yanking at them with an eyelash curler. Wash your hands well, then grip the outer corner and gently pull away from your eye. If you use individual bunches instead of a strip, use your fingers to remove each bunch one by one.

Time to move onto to cleaning! Cleaning fake eyelashes doesn’t require much: rubbing alcohol or oil-free makeup remover, q-tips, and either paper towels or cotton rounds. Lay your lashes down on a paper towel, then use a q-tip soaked in alcohol or makeup remover to GENTLY rub away makeup and glue from the lashes. If you use mascara on your lashes, you may need to use a couple of q-tips to remove it all. But pay special attention to the lash band, where all the glue and gross eye gunk builds up. Use another q-tip soaked in warm water to “rinse” them, then allow them to air dry on a clean paper towel.

You could do all that, OR, you could try this hack for cleaning fake eyelashes.

Read more... Best Way To Clean Your False Eyelashes
 

 

What you need

  • Tweezers
  • Hot water
  • A glass bowl
  • Spoolie brush
  • The pair of lashes

How to

  • Start by removing residue; glue, dirts etc from the lashes, but make sure to handle band gently
  • Pour hot water in a bowl and leave the lashes in for a few minutes. The dirt should lift off the lashes after a few minutes
  • Gently remove the lashes from the bowl and brush them out with a spoolie so they don’t go out of shape
  • Leave them to airdry
  • Your lashes should be good to be reused afterwards!

 

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