How To Care For Your 3D Mink Lashes So They Last Longer

How To Care For Your 3D Mink Lashes So They Last Longer

Once you discover the satisfying feel and look you’ll get from using 3D mink lashes, especially our Rhea 3D mink lashes, you won't ever want to settle for another. 3D mink lashes are quite prices, however, you can use them up to 25 times if maintained properly. Being careless with your mink lashes will only ruin them quickly and that will be a waste of your money. Keep reading to learn ways you can care for your mink lashes to improve their longevity.

Always Ensure a Clean Application Process

Before you start your application or removal process, ensure that your hands and your tools are clean. Ensure that the tweezers and eyelash curlers from your lash accessories kit are clean and free from any form of bacteria. Handling your lash extension with unclean hands and tools can transfer bacteria to the lashes and taking bacteria close to your eyes leaves you at a huge risk of getting an infection. Therefore, it's best to clean your tools and hand before the application and removal of your mink lashes.

Handle Your 3D Mink Lashes With Care

Don't pull at your lash extensions. Ensure that you use tweezers or lash application to take out the lashes from its tray by peeling the band off from the outer corner. Don't pull the strands away from the band as that can rip the lashes off due to its soft texture. Handling your 3D mink lashes properly will help them stay intact and last for a longer time.

Use Enough Adhesive

When applying the lashes on your lids, ensure that you do not use too much adhesive as that can make the removal process more difficult and damaging for the lashes. Only use a thin layer of glue on the lash band evenly and allow it to dry a little before applying it to your own lashes. Applying too much adhesive can lead to forceful removal which can rip off your 3D mink lashes.

Take it Off Gently

Always use tweezers or a lash applicator to take your falsies off carefully as you would remove them from their tray. Start from the outer edge and peel gently till you have the entire band out. You can apply baby oil first to break up the bond between your natural and false lashes before you start the peeling process. This will help the lashes slide off easily without unnecessary force that can damage them.

Don't Soak Them

It is important to clean your lashes after removing them to remove the buildup of bacteria in them and get them ready for the next usage. Do this by using a cotton swab and a few drops of a gentle makeup remover to remove the glue on the band and makeup residues on the lashes. After cleaning, do not soak your lashes inside water or run water on them. Instead, use a little spray bottle to rinse the lashes. Running water down on your 3D mink lashes or soaking them can ruin the curl and structure of the lashes.

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