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Application & Storage

Mink Eyelash Application and Storage. Mink Lashes are durable and can be worn up to 25 times.

How to apply

Follow these five easy steps and you can have your Mink Vixen lashes on in no time.

Step one: measure your Mink Vixen lashes and trim
Before applying glue, measure to ensure lashes are the correct length for your eye. Then trim accordingly, moving from the outer end. The length of the lash should fall just short of the natural length of your eyes to prevent the lash from poking the inner corner of your eye.

Step two: Apply mascara to your natural lashes
DO NOT apply mascara directly to your Mink Vixen lashes. Instead, apply mascara to your natural lashes before applying your Mink Vixen lashes.

Step three: Apply glue to your Mink Vixen lashes
Dot a thin layer of glue (straight from the adhesive applicator) along the vein of the lash, from corner to corner. Wait a few seconds for it to go tacky before application.

Step four: Apply your Mink Vixen lashes
You can apply your lashes either with our Pro Lash Applicator (holding it from the middle of the lash) or with your hands. (It may be easier to start with the applicator). Gently place lashes on top of (and as close to) your natural lash line. Secure lash by pushing it down towards your lash line (using a Q-tip helps). Try not to move the lash too much and give it time to set.

Step five: Finishing touches
After the glue has dried, go over your lash line with eyeliner to conceal any gaps or glue. And because Mink Vixen lashes are all-natural, you can curl them like human hair. That’s it!

Care instructions

Mink Vixen lashes can be worn up to 25 times so long as you follow these simple steps.

Be gentle: Our lashes are durable, but overly aggressive pulling and pinching can damage them.

Don’t soak them! Never immerse your lashes in water or any liquid.

Remove the glue: After removing your lashes, you want to carefully remove excess glue from the band of the lash with tweezers

Keep them clean: Store your lashes in their original packaging to keep them free of dirt, bacteria, and other contaminents.

No mascara! Nothing ruins our all-natural lashes faster than globs of mascara.

Q-tips are your friend: A moistened cotton swab dabbed over the band loosens the glue and helps with removal.