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Mink Fur False Eyelashes

Choose False Eyelashes. What You Should Do

When choosing a mink fur false eyelashes, there are many things to take into consideration.  The first step is to read product reviews written by unbiased consumers and not just the individual sites of the company’s marketing their product.

Eyelashes are one of the top things that men and women find sexy.  Men swoon over women with long, full, sexy mink fur false eyelashes, especially when she knows how to bat them just right.

I suggest trying to find an mink fur false eyelashes that has been approved by the FDA.  This will limit your chance of irritation and possible negative reactions to the product.  I also suggest choosing a product that allows for at home, self-application.  There are also a few products out there that contain only all-natural, chemical-free ingredients.

Using an eyelash enhancer is strongly recommended over applying mink fur false eyelashes or getting lash extensions, both of which cause damage to your natural lashes.  The glue used to hold mink fur false eyelashes normally pulls out a few eyelashes every single time you take them off.  Lash extensions add weight to your natural lashes making them weaker and more brittle.  So does wearing mascara that is too thick and heavy.

Even though you won’t see immediate results with an eyelash enhancer (it normally takes about 3 weeks before effects are visible) it is the best, safest, and fairly inexpensive option available to us women seeking to enhance our physical beauty and downright sex appeal.

If only we all had Audrey Hepburn eyelashes.  Well, thanks to scientific advancements, we actually can!  What do you want your eyes to say about you?

Now listen up! If YOU want LONG LUSCIOUS LASHES within 2 to 4 weeks, without the inconvenience of mink fur false eyelashes extensions, then check out this exclusive Idol Lash Review.

You also get to try the NEW Idol Lash growth serum, which is the best mink fur false eyelashes on the market today to help you grow thick and healthy eyelashes just like MIIS and other famous celebrities in the USA and UK.

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How To Make Your Eyelashes Look Like Fake Lashes

Fake mink fur false eyelashes are a major fashion trend these days. They make your eyes look very sexy and glamorous. We’re not all born with naturally long and full lashes but we certainly love the look. For those of you who might be allergic to the glues, can’t afford them, or just find the whole task of applying them daunting or time consuming, the steps below will give you that false lash look you’ve been dying for.

Things you’ll need:

  1. Eyelash curler
  2. Blow dryer (optional)
  3. Two different kinds of mascara (they can be the same brand but need to be a different type)
  4. Eyelash comb

Step 1 Curl your lashes

The first thing you need to do is start by curling your lashes with your eyelash curler. Make sure you get as close to the base as possible. Once you have the curler on your lashes just give it a few good pumps and release. Do this twice for a nice ‘high and long’ lash look.

Tip: Make sure when you put your lashes in the curler that you use your fingertip to even them out a bit so they separate nicely.

Optional: Use a blow dryer to heat your eyelash curler for about 10 seconds before curling. Make certain to check that it’s not too hot before putting near the eye. It should be warm not hot. Using a blow dryer to heat up your eyelash curler is the same concept as using a curling iron to curl your hair. It just makes for a fast way to curl them.

Step 2 Apply First Mascara

The next think you want to do is apply your first type of mascara. Get as close to the base as possible then work your way up in a side by side motion. This motion helps to get really great coverage on the lashes. You’ll want to put at least 3 or 4 coats of your first mascara on and then let it set for about two minutes. Don’t let it dry completely before applying the second type of mascara. Your lashes need to still be a little tacky so that the second mascara can bind with the first and not cause unwanted clumping.

Step 3 Apply Second Mascara

Apply your second type of mascara using the same techniques and instructions as in step 2 but only apply 2 or 3 coats.

Step 4 Press Lashes

Once you’ve applied the last coat of your second mascara, wait until it’s almost dry and use your fingertips to press your lashes up and back very gently toward the eye. This will help shape them into a higher position.

Step 5 Comb your lashes

Use your eyelash comb to separate your lashes to your desired position of them.

Tip: Use a metal eyelash comb for better separation results.

If you find that using fewer or more coats of mascara works better for you then by all means change it up. Not all eye shapes are the same, nor are all lashes. It may take a few times to get your desired results but with a little practice you should be able to create the mink fur false eyelashes look in no time.

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