Lash Removal & Care: A How-To Guide
If you’re wondering how to care for your false lashes, our helpful guide will take you through all you need to know...
- How to safely remove your lashes
- How to clean your lashes
- How to store them so they last
How to remove false lashes
Our gorgeous falsies aren't just for one-time wear. With just this little extra care, you can actually reuse your favourites many times over.
False lashes are delicate and can easily be damaged if not removed properly. Always remove your lashes before your makeup removal routine. If you need to soften the adhesive, rub a cotton swab soaked in a makeup remover or even your favourite oil and rub it along your lash line. Hold the outer edge of the lash with your fingers and gently peel it off.
How to clean false lashes
Our versatile eye makeup brush set can help you clean your false lashes like a pro!
- Start off by removing the excess glue on the lash band. You can use a tweezer to pick off the glue or you can brush it off gently with our spoolie wand.
- The next step is to remove the mascara from your falsies and you can do this through various techniques. Dip our spoolie wand into micellar water or a makeup remover and gently comb the lashes out. Use a cotton swab soaked in micellar water and gently rub it on the lashes until all the mascara comes off.
How to dry and store false lashes
Following these simple care tips will keep your lashes as good as new and ready to wear again and again!
- Once your lashes are thoroughly cleaned, dry them off with a lint-free or paper.
- Press down gently to ensure you don’t ruin the shape of the lash.
- Store your lashes in either the original box they were purchased in or our handy storage case with a mirror. This will keep them clean and preserve the shape so you can wear them again with ease.
If you’re unsure about what lashes suit you best, find your eye shape and our handpicked styles for you in our Eye Shapes Guide here.
Apply your falsies like a pro in a few simple steps - read our Lash Application Guide here.