The ultimate guide to cleaning your false eyelashes
Wearing false eyelashes is a great way to enhance your look, but they can be a pain to clean. If you don't clean them regularly, they can become caked with makeup and dirt, which can lead to irritation and infection. Luckily, cleaning your falsies is easy! All you need is some gentle soap and water. Just be sure to avoid using harsh chemicals or scrubbing too vigorously, as this can damage the lashes. With a little bit of care, you can keep your false eyelashes looking their best.
Gently remove your false eyelashes.
The first step is to gently remove your false eyelashes. Use your fingers or a pair of tweezers to slowly peel them off. If they are resistant, you can use a cotton swab soaked in makeup remover to help loosen the glue. Once they are off, inspect them for any dirt or debris.
Use a cotton swab to remove any remaining glue.
Once you've removed the false eyelashes, use a cotton swab to remove any remaining glue. Start at the base of the lashes and work your way out. You can also use a q-tip dipped in makeup remover to help break down the glue. Once the glue is removed, gently wash your lashes with warm water and soap. Be sure to rinse thoroughly. Pat your lashes dry with a clean towel and store them in a safe place until you're ready to use them again.
Soak your lashes in a gentle cleanser.
The best way to clean your false eyelashes is to soak them in a gentle cleanser. You can use a mild soap or baby shampoo for this. Just add a few drops of the cleanser to a cup of warm water and stir to combine. Then, place your lashes in the solution and let them soak for a few minutes. Once they've had a chance to soak, use a clean cotton swab to gently remove any dirt or makeup that may be clinging to the lashes. Rinse the lashes thoroughly with warm water and allow them to air dry. If you need to, you can use a clean toothbrush to lightly brush through the lashes and remove any remaining debris. Once they're clean, your falsies will be good as new!
Rinse your lashes and let them air dry.
To clean your lashes, start by gently rinsing them with warm water. Use your fingers to remove any makeup or dirt. Once they are clean, let them air dry or pat them dry with a clean towel. If you need to, you can use a cotton swab dipped in makeup remover to remove any stubborn residue. When they are completely dry, store them in a clean, dry place.
Store your lashes in a clean, dry place.
After you’ve worn your false eyelashes, it’s important to clean them so you can reuse them. Gently remove any glue from the band with a cotton swab dipped in makeup remover. Be careful not to pull on the lashes, as this can damage them. Next, use a mild cleanser and a q-tip to clean the lashes, being sure to remove any makeup or residue. Finally, store your lashes in a clean, dry place. This will help them last longer and stay in good condition.