First off thanks for checking this out. Please also know that this is my first official 'how to' so please let me know how to improve for the next one. Also the idea was NOT mine. I saw this on youtube but it helped me so much i decided to share with all of you. I know this sounds stupid to most, but I have so many issues getting eyelashes to stick, and sit evenly when I just put glue on the band. Not only that but it takes forever for the glue to get tacky, and if you're in a hurry it doesn't look so pretty in the end. So here is a fool proof way to put your eyelashes on perfectly each time. :3 (also I unfortunately lost my eyeliner brush for this so I do apologize.)
(This part is optional but it usually helps me in the end)
First thing I do is apply my eyeliner. This helps blend the lash with your natural eyelashes making it seamless.
Next make sure your lashes are free from the case.
If its a new pack lightly peal the lashes off the plastic holder and make sure the back is tack free. (Its easier to apply the lashes with out build up.)
Take the tiny glue container and your eyeliner brush and squeeze a bit of glue on the brush. (Only do a little bit at a time so it will dry a little bit quicker.)
Also I am using my old tiny glue brush because like I said I lost my eyeliner brush. Sorry guys. -_-"
Next take the brush and as closely to the lash line as possible brush the glue on.
Side note: if the glue line is a little wide in comparison to the eyeliner that's okay. After all, it dries clear. :)
When you're done it should look like this.
Shortly after applying the glue it should start turning clear. Once this happens place the lash as close to the lash line as possible.
Side note: because the glue is placed on your skin it dries a lot quicker than normal so you shouldn't have to wait too long for it to dry.
Optional step: I found it makes lashes look more realistic if you lightly pinch the little part of your lid over the false lash.(This is also why it doesn't matter if the glue gets a little bit wide when you put it on the lid.) This creates the illusion that they are actually growing from your lid like natural lashes.
Now repeat the process with the other side. Do your touch ups (such as additional eyeliner to the top if you feel the need) and you're done! Its so simple to do and take most likely 3-4 mins.
Thank you again for checking this out! Let me know if it worked for you!