Let's start by answering the age-old question: Do you really need a lash applicator? Well, to be honest, no, you don't. You could use tweezers or your fingers, but if you're a bit of a klutz like me, the lash applicator might just be your new best friend.
Watch me explain in this video or read on!
The crescent moon shape of the lash applicator is a game-changer. It mimics the shape of your eye, making it easier to place the lash directly over your lash line. And let's be real, anything that makes putting on lashes easier is a win in my book.
Now, don't get me wrong, using tweezers is totally doable, but you don't have as much to grab onto, so it may take a bit more finesse. And using your fingers is always an option, but I don't know about you, sometimes my fingers just get in the way.
When I'm using the lash applicator, I use the flat end to grab the center magnet of the lash and place it directly over my lash line. Then, I use the corners to adjust the outer and inner corners of the lash. It's like a little tool that helps me get up close and personal with my eye without poking it out. Bonus!
At the end of the day, the best method is the one that works for you. If you're new to magnetic lashes with applicators, don't worry, it might take a bit of practice. But once you find your rhythm, you'll be slaying those lash looks in no time.
So, do yourself a favor and give magnetic lashes with applicators a try. Who knows, you might just become a lash applicator convert like me.
Here is the lash I'm wearing in the video:
Take a look at our lash tutorial page if you want to see how to apply them: