Once you are back home and are about to remove the lashes, do so gently, and then clean them well. Cleaning the lashes carefully extends its durability, and thus must be done with care. So, let us now learn more about the cleaning process.
Be careful and gentle
While removing the mink lashes, be very careful. Remove them gently, as any extra pressure will only damage them. But before you remove them you need to wash your hands with a fragrance-free soap. Now, apply a little makeup remover (water-based) on to the lashes to help loosen the glue. After a few seconds, hold the corner of the mink lash and pull it off gently. Hold the corner and not the hair while pulling.
Get rid of the glue
Once you have the lashes out you need to get rid of the glue from your natural lash line. This is important because if not done properly it may affect your lash line, furthermore, you will find it difficult to reapply the false lashes onto your lash line.
Getting rid of any glue from the false eyelashes is very important. You can use your tweezers and release any glue both from the front and back sides. If needed, scrape off any remaining glue with the help of your fingernail.
Clean with water
Rinse the lash band using water, but make sure the water does not reach your mink eyelash tips as that may affect the curl and the quality as well. You can use a wet Q-tip to avoid water reaching the lash tips.
Place the lashes on the lash box
Once you have cleaned and the lashes have dried, place them back in their original box. Keep the box well closed to avoid dust or bacteria from settling on to your beautiful lashes.
Now that you know it all, make sure you use your mink lashes carefully and also clean them well always so that they stay in proper shape and last you for a very long time.