How to Apply And Remove Your Lashes

How to Apply And Remove Your Lashes

How to Apply Your Lashes (Check, Set, Jet!)

Before applying your lashes, you’ll need to remove them from the lash tray inside the beauty box. Using your Lash Theory Collection Applicator Tool, grasp the corner of the lash band and gently pull it away from the lash tray.

Check to be sure the lash strip fits the shape of your eye. To do this, place the lash strip over your eye and align it with your natural lash line. If the lash strip is too long, use a pair of scissors to carefully trim the excess strip. Apply a thin layer of our Stuck on You adhesive to the lash band and allow it to dry 25-30 seconds and become tacky.


Set the lash strip at the center of your natural lash line and align the inner and outer corners of the band with the base of your natural lash line. Gently press down along the lash strip until it is as close to the natural lash line as possible.

Jet and keep it moving because you’ve got things to do!


Application Tips and Tricks


  • Use the scissors with caution to avoid cutting the strip too short and/or cutting the eyelashes
  • Do not apply the lash strip while the adhesive is still wet – the strip will slip, and it can be a messy situation
  • Get as close to your natural lash line as possible for a seamless look
  • Align the strip with your natural lash in a downward motion over your eye to prevent the lash from hanging down



How to Remove Your Lashes

  • Soak a latex-free sponge or lint free applicator with oil-free eye makeup remover
  • Close your eye and gently press the sponge or applicator across the band of the lash strip
  • Continue this for a minute or until the lash strip loosens from the lash line
  • Once the eyelash is completely removed from your lash line, soak a cotton round in any gentle oil-based makeup remover
  • Gently swipe the cotton round across your eye lid to remove any adhesive left on your eyes or natural eyelashes


Removal Tips and Tricks

  • Do not peel the lash strip off as it will rip out your natural eyelashes
  • Use an oil-free eye makeup remover that is gentle and free from harsh preservatives
  • You may use cotton balls/rounds or Q-tips to remove the lash strip but be cautious of the lint