How do you remove mink eyelashes?
Removing eyelash extensions is safe and easy, convenient from home, and it’s even easier than you think.
Learn how to remove false eyelashes without damaging your natural lashes and, more importantly, your eyes. Make sure you follow this process and attach it directly to the natural lash line to make the removal as easy as possible without the need for a professional.
Start by removing the lashes by gently pulling down on your lashes and working your way in and out of the false lashes with your fingertip or even your thumb and index finger.
Take your time and remain gently, they should come loose pretty fast.
Tweezers or fingernails should not be used to remove the eyelashes, as these can also cause damage and hurt the eyes. If there is still glue or mascara on your lashes after removal, you can clean them with a cotton swab soaked with make-up remover. After removing the lashes, use a cotton bud dipped in eyelash glue remover to gently wipe away any glue residues.
You can also soak the false eyelashes in make-up remover.
Clean the entire area between eyebrow and eyelashes with a brush, lock the brush head and avoid rubbing or scrubbing, which can tear the eyelash line.