Cleaning fake lashes?

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Sep 20, 2012

Melissa W.

I would love some advice on good, easy, cheap ways to clean fake lashes. I hate trying to peel leftover adhesive away because I'm always worried I'll ruin them in the process. Advice or tricks anyone?

Sep 20, 2012

Kira T.

i am always letting them soak in oily eye makeup removers, that's works for me

take some alcohol on a q-tip and gently remove the strip of glue, and take a spoolee and gently comb through the hairs to remove excess mascara, that's what i do to use them over and over:)

i actually have a video on my youtube teaching you how to clean your eyelashes and keep them for longer then you'd expect..

here is my youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/user/Lascivi...

and here is the video on how to clean your fake eyelashes:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI6r...

*attached is a picture of one of the last looks that i did using fake eyelashes that i've had for over a year!! i've been using my technique of cleaning them and keeping them looking brand new!
i hope this helps love!! xo ;*

Oct 09, 2012

Kai Y.

I usually soak my fake eyelashes in water and a dab of hand soap for 30 mins. From there you can peel off the adhesive glue. Cheap lashes will not stay on the band so remember to remove your lashes within 15-30 mins. I hope this help....

I would put my makeup remover on top of the glue, let that soak for a little bit, take it out and get excess remover off, then take some tweezers or sometimes just my fingers and pull the glue off. 

Oct 10, 2012

Nicole G.

what brand of lashes do you use? 

i use all different kinds! right now i have ardell, sephora, makeup forever, and mac in my collection.

Oct 14, 2012

Andrea S.

Depends on what kind of lashes... If they're knotted on a strip, I use cinema secrets brush cleaner, I pour it in a dish and let them soak for about 5 minutes. Beware though, it will melt cheapie lashes like E.L.F.

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