HOW TO CLEAN SIBERIAN MINK LASHES
Siberian Mink Lashes can be used 30 times if we can take good care of them and their royally shaggy curl! Follow these easy instructions in this step-by-step tutorial on how to clean mink lashes for reuse so many times
When after washing your hands with fragrance-free and paraben-free soap or cleanser, use a Q-tip dabbed in water or water-based makeup remover over the Siberian mink lashes band to help loosen the lashes glue [optional]. Allow it to soak for a few seconds.
With the lashes glue loosened, the siberian mink eyelashes should now be relatively easy to peel off. Take a corner of the lashes band and gently pull off the lash strip. Do not pull by the mink hairs as to avoid accidentally ripping the individual mink lashes strands off the handmade lashes band. Peel off gently to avoid damaging your own lashes.
This next step on how to clean Siberian mink lashes for reuse will help you preserve the natural-looking shaggy curl of the siberian mink lashes tips. Place the eyelashes onto your index finger so that the lash tips wrap around it as to maintain their curl.
Use lases tweezers to carefully remove large glue residue from both back and front sides of the lashes band. Use your fingernail to gently scrape off the remaining smaller pieces of glue from the lashes band downward onto our index finger.
This step on how to clean siberian mink lashes for reuse requires your attention. Carefully rinse the lashes band with water. Try not to get any water on the mink eyelashes tips as to help preserve the lashes curl. Using a wet Q tip will help prevent extra water from accidentally getting on the shaggy siberian mink lashes tips.
Place the strip lashes on its original Siberian Mink Lashes tray for reshaping and continuous wear. Keep the Mink Lashes box closed to prevent bacteria and dust from settling on your luxurious siberian mink eyelashes.