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Sarah Jean Lashes: Guide to Applying False Lashes

I’m back with the third and final part of my Sarah Jean Lashes Series. In case you’ve missed the previous posts, here’s a link for your reference.

As promised, I’ll be sharing with you how I apply my Sarah Jean Lashes with all the products from the Lash Kit. Applying my lashes has been a breeze especially with the use of the Applicator and Mascara Glue which comes in 2 colours – clear and black. Let me show you how easy it is to put them on in just 4 simple steps!

Step 1.

Cut lashes at the outer tip of the lashes if lashes are too long with a pair of clean scissors and the Sarah Jean Applicator for a firm grip.

Step 2.

Apply the Sarah Jean glue on your natural lashes like how you would apply mascara. You don’t even need to coat above your top lashes.

Step 3.

Apply the Sarah Jean Lash of your choice on top of your natural lashes with the Sarah Jean applicator for a firmer grip and you don’t need to wait for the glue to get tacky.

Step 4.

Use the flat edge of the Sarah Jean Applicator to press against the tips of the lashes.And you’re done! No more sitting around blowing and fanning your lashes, ain’t nobody got time for that! Sarah Jean made my life much easier and my lash woes a thing of the past. Highly recommend it for beginners and of course, for the veteran makeup and eyelash gurus too!

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