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How to Clean Fake Lash

False eyelashes are a girl's best friend. But that being said, there are plenty of ways that false eyelashes can harm your eyes if you're not careful. Much like your makeup brushes and mascara, lashes have their own rules for safe use.

Here are the most common process when cleaning false eyelashes:

1.Wash your hands
To start, wash your hands in clean tap water and antibacterial soap. You do not want to handle false eyelashes with dirty hands, as this can cause an eye infection.Get your hands wet with clear, running warm water. Lather your hands in antibacterial soap for about 20 seconds. Make sure to target areas like between the fingers, the backs of your hands, and underneath the fingernails.

2.Remove your fake lashes
Apply makeup remover over the eyelash to remove the glove. Press down on your lid with one finger and gently lift up the eyelash with the other. Use the pads of your fingers or tweezers over your fingernails. Do not use oil-based makeup removers when wearing false eyelashes.

3.Clean the lashes
Submerge your false lashes into your water/cleaning solution and gently rub them to encourage mascara or different makeup to dissolve off of them.

4.Use tweezers to remove any glue.
There will usually be some glue stuck on the lash band. You can use tweezers to remove this.

5. Let them dry
Check the lashes for any last residue, and then set them in a clean vicinity to dry. If you are in a hurry, you can also pat them dry.
If you overlook to clean your lashes, you will have a difficult time reapplying them subsequent time and quickly you'll have false lashes caked in makeup. By maintaining them first-class and clean, you will get more uses out of them in the lengthy run and hold your eyes protected and bacteria-free!