APPLICATION & CARE
Now that you're in the Fat Ass Lash Clique, proper lash application is essential for a long lasting wear. Follow these simple steps to apply and maintain your daily Fat Ass Lash game!
Step 1. Carefully remove the lash from the eyelash tray. Check the eyelash fit by aligning it with your natural lash line. If resizing is needed, trim the excess from the ends of each lash.
Step 2. Use your fingers to flex the lash band in a C shape to encourage flexibility of the lash band and form the strip to the shape of your eyes. Curl the lashes using our Fat Ass Lash Applicator and curler to ensure maximum flutter-ization!
Step 3. Apply a thin layer of adhesive to the lash band and wait 30 seconds or until glue becomes tacky, then apply the lash to your eyelid as close to the natural lash line as possible.
Step 4. Use our Lash Applicator to shimmy the lash into position and gently press the lash strip and natural lashes together to secure in place. Ta-Dah! Your Fat Ass Lashes are ready to mesmerize.
Apply a very small amount of eye makeup remover onto the strip and lash line for a few seconds. Gently peel each lash from the corner of each eye. Remove any excess adhesive from the eye area with warm water or your favorite facial cleanser.
CLEANING & CARE
Caring for your Fat Ass Lashes after each wear will ensure multiple uses. There are many different ways to remove makeup residue and adhesive from the lashes. Here's an outline and list of items you can possibly use to assist you: makeup remover, 70% alcohol, tepid soapy water, tweezers, cotton swabs, lash brush, paper towel.
Step 1. Use tweezers to gently remove as much adhesive as possible from the lash band.
Step 2. Once you've chosen your desired cleansing solution to remove and gently rub away any remaining adhesive, proceed to step three.
Step 3. Use a lash brush/spoolie to gently reshape the lashes then place them on a paper towel to dry.
Step 4. Store your Fat Ass Lashes in their lash case until it's time for their next debut!
**Lash adhesive containing formaldehyde can weaken the lash band and cause shedding of the delicate hairs. Formaldehyde-free adhesive is recommended to ensure multiple applications.