- Always keep a pair of tweezers on hand just in case the lashes get twisted or set out of place, and separate the lashes as you go.
- For beginners, cover the bottom lashes with pads.
- Always place the glue on only half of the silicone pad when applying the lashes, that way the glue doesn't dry out. Otherwise, you will have to waste the glue and reapply.
- Find the best tool that works for you, whether it be a fine tooth comb, angle brush, or sponge brush.
- Before applying the solution, ensure that the lashes are flush in their natural state and spread them out if you haven't already.
- Ensure that you are using the correct size rod, you want the lashes to come up on the midsection of the rod.
- Ensure always to use pads and protective cream to ensure that if any product touches the skin, it can be removed easily.
- Always mix less tint, a little goes a long way.
- Aim for a creamy texture, not clumpy or runny.
- When removing the tint, always remember dry, wet, dry to remove, which means dry cotton pad then a wet one, then a dry one last.
- Use cotton swabs to remove any excess tint.
- When painting tint on the lashes, always keep a 1-2 mm distance away from the lid.
- Work in a downward direction to paint the tint on, then use an upward motion to ensure coverage.
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