Simkin is a makeup artist who’s primped the faces of Issa Rae, Kerry Washington, and even Zayn Malik. How to wear false lahes. Here are her expert not-so-secret secrets:
1. Prepare your supplies.
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2. Trim each of the eyelash strips.
Measure the strip against your actual eyelid and trim off the excess You can use the extra bit to later stack upon the lash strip at your eye’s outer corners for extra va va voom if you want, or you can use it when you just want a bit more emphasis on top of your natural outer lashes, like a dress’s train
3. Apply your lash glue strategically.
Meaning, don’t just glob it on and immediately stick it to your eyelid. You’ve got to wait and let that goo dry a little — but not too much. About 30 seconds should do it, Simkin recommends, enough to leave it feeling tacky but not wet. During that 30 seconds, she showed me a little trick she does, where she bends the strip to make the ends kiss, better distributing the adhesive onto the ends so they don’t lift while you’re wearing them. So simple, so innovative.
4. Look downwards into a mirror, not straight ahead.
Don’t close your eyes when applying, Simkin stresses, because it changes your eye shape. This is kind of difficult to do at first, but you’ll get it. I believe in you. She can place lash strips with her fingers but I find that using tweezers helps me.
5. Use eyeliner to camouflage the strip’s band.
Now that you’ve got your lashes on, here’s a crucial step to make your strip lashes look less obviously like you’re wearing strip lashes. Take your trusty Eyelash Glue Pen and draw a line extending the band from where it begins to the inner corner of your eye. You can also flick out the end if you want a winged effect, but this is mostly just to blend the line of the band to your lash line.