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Just a Few Steps Between You and Perfect Lashes!

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Got everything you need?

First, gather all of your materials! You'll need tweezers, trimming scissors, lash glue, and of course, your lash extensions!

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Remove the Lashes From the Packaging

Now, carefully remove the lash extensions from the packaging. The easiest way to do so is by gently pushing down on the lash segments with your finger.

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Remove the Sticky Adhesive

Simply peel off the adhesive that holds the lashes in the packaging from each individual segment. It's easy!

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Trim Any Excess Lash Bands

If the lash band protrudes a little bit on any of the segments, we recommend trimming it, or else it could be very irritating for your eyes.

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Prep Your Lashes

Our MAP IT EASY Lash Pad is not a must... but it does make preparation that bit EASY-er! Applying lash glue to the lash band of each individual segment is also not a must, however we recommend it for improved durability.

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Apply the Lash Glue

Apply or dab BOND GIRL lash glue only to the roots of your natural lashes - make sure to avoid the tips!

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Apply Your Lash Extensions

Apply the extensions under your natural lash line. Important: Maintain a distance of 1-2mm from your waterline.

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Blend Your Natural Lashes With the Extensions

Wait about 5 minutes, and then, using either the applicator tool or your fingers, press the extensions and your natural lashes together. This creates a perfect blend, and means you can enjoy the look for longer!

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Seal the Lash Glue With the Top Coat

Using SEAL THE DEAL Top Coat, seal your DIY lash extensions after application by running the tip of the applicator along the lower part of the extensions.

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Remove Your Eyelashes After the Wearing Period

Apply LET IT GO Remover solution on the top and bottom of your lash extensions and let it sit briefly (20-30 seconds). Gently brush the extensions off your lashes or gently slide them down with your fingers. If there's any glue residue on your natural lashes after removing the lash extensions, you can easily comb it out using the fine micro brush.