Nowadays I generally use the strip lashes for performance stuff. You can find them at a beauty supply or even CVS/Walgreens etc in all different sizes and styles. Once you get the hang of it they are pretty easy peasy BUT it takes a lot of practice for some people. Tweezers help a lot. And patience. AND LET THE GLUE GET TACKY....noone does this. Easiest trick to foolproof lash wearing.
|These are my go-to lashes. They are HUGE and only for my on-camera work stuff. Or Halloween. Or Vegas. or a night I am feeling like being extra naughty.|
|Individual Lashes. ie:PAIN in the ass|
I recently discovered these new bad boys. Each cluster is essentially a TRIO of indivudals. So not as tough to apply as the smaller ones...and not as false as the big guys. I decided to give em a good old Karlita try!
First off there are 2 different sizes in the package which is AWESOME> you can put the big ones on the outside corners of the eye and then gradually move shorter towards the inside, like your actual lashes. As you can see I forgot to take a photo pre-use. Sorry. got too excited.
|Kiss Ever EZ Lashes|
She uses a tweezer to apply the lashes. I start from the outside corners and build inwards. She did not.
|I think I paid 4.99 for these at CVS (they had a promotion to get the second box half off.)|
The package says the are 3x faster and easier. I wouldn't exactly say that but they are kind of cool especially for people like me who have small eyes. I usually have to cut up strip lashes because they are always way too long and big for me.
|SEE......1 trio lash...vs 1 indiv.|
Sake and trios....! Happy Birthday to me!