Our lashes are hand-made with either cruelty-free Siberian mink or premium synthetic fibers.  Each individual lash listing specifies what material has been used. To preserve the quality of your lashes, avoid storing them near water.  It is recommended that after use, the lashes be placed back in the original lash tray.  Proper care for your lashes ensures that you get the most use out of them, which is 20-25 wears at minimum.  



With clean hands or tweezers, gently remove the lashes from the tray and massage the lash band to loosen the form. Place the lashes over your natural lash line to measure for a proper fit. If the lashes are too long, use scissors to adjust the size. After sizing, grab your favorite lash glue and place a thin layer along the lash band, ensuring that the ends are well coated. Allow the glue to become tacky, then use tweezers or a lash applicator to pick up the lash by the center and place it in the middle of your lash line. Once the center is adhered, attach the outer end of the lash, followed by attaching the inner corner. To blend the faux lashes with your natural lashes, gently press them together using tweezers, a lash applicator, or your clean fingers.



Dampen a cotton swab with water or a liquid makeup remover, and gently dab the swab along the lash band until the glue begins to loosen. Grab the faux lash by the outer end and slowly peel it away from your lash line. If the lashes are resisting removal, re-dampen the swab and re-dab the lash band. Once the lashes are fully removed, use a spoolie to brush out any makeup or dust particles from the lash fibers. Store the lashes in the original tray.

(Optional: clean the lashes with water or a liquid makeup remover. Allow to dry overnight. Once dry, brush with a spoolie to restore volume.) 


Proper care for your lashes ensures that you get the most use out of them, which is 20-25 wears at minimum.