Bridal Beauty: Individual Lash Tips You'll ❤

What You'll Need

To Apply:

Lash curler


Lashes (I use the Ardell knot-free individual lashes)

Duo glue

Tweezers or a lash applicator

To Remove:

Eye Makeup Remover

Cotton Pads

* Hold cotton pad with eye makeup remover on lid.  Repeat if needed then follow with your regular cleanser.


1. Curl lashes and put a tiny amount of glue onto the back of your non-working hand or a small tray.  

2. Take a few lashes and put them on the same hand as the glue.  I find this easier then taking the lashes straight from the package.

3. With the tweezers grab the tip of the lash and place on your lashes at the lash root.  Do not place directly on to the skin.  This will help them blend in and look more natural.  Repeat with as many individuals as you like.  I tend to use 5 - 12 on each eye depending on the look I want to achieve.  

4. Once the glue is dry, apply mascara.  I often finish the face makeup then come back to do this step.  Just don't forget!

Lash Tips ❤

When looking at the lash package, flip it upside down.  This will ensure that the lashes are the right way up for application.  Trust me this saves time and avoids feeling awkward when applying the lashes.

Use different lengths (my favourite combo is shorts and mediums).   Try double flared individuals for a dramatic look.

Don't worry about getting them in an even line.  Applying individuals at slightly different points on your lashes will give you a feathered look.


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Katie is a makeup artist based in Vancouver BC, represented by Lizbell Agency. She has been in the Vancouver beauty scene for 10 years, and in love with makeup for most of her life. When she is not painting faces she writes for her blog and is a contributor for Fashion Magazine.