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DIY Individual Eyelash Tutorial with Ardell Double Up Individual Eyelashes

Updated: Sep 24, 2021

So if you stumbled onto this blog, there could be a couple of reasons why you are here. You are either tired of paying those high prices of getting individual eyelashes done by a professional or maybe you just want to learn how to install lashes on your own, so you can flaunt those beauties and say yes honey I did these myself while savings a whole bunch of dollars.


Now, rest assured queen, you have come to the right place! You will learn how to DIY individual eyelash extensions right at the comfort of your own home.


We have put together a very simple individual eyelash tutorial featuring Ardell Black Double up long eyelashes that anyone can do at home for less than $30. This video tutorial will work with any other individual eyelash brands or styles, but if you would like this specific look, then you will want the Ardell black double up long individual eyelashes.


When watching the DIY individual eyelashes tutorial "use at your own risk" if you can't do your own seek a professional for help.


What was used in this individual eyelash tutorial?

  1. Ardell Double-up Long black individual eyelashes

  2. Beyelian Eyelash Adhesive for individual eyelashes

  3. Spoolie Brush

  4. Eyelash Applicator (Tweezers)

  5. Piece of aluminum foil

Before you begin applying the false lashes, you must first begin with clean lashes. When I say "clean lashes", I am talking about the hair that grows from your eyelids. If you have any residue from mascara or any adhesives on your eyelashes, make sure you wash them off first so when you are trying to apply your false lashes you will have no problems. Make your life easier by starting off right.


When applying the false lashes, make sure you do not place the lash on your water line. Placing the lashes on your water line may cause irritation.


Step 1:

Use a small square of aluminum foil to add about 2 drops of eyelash glue. You will use this to dip your eyelash cluster into the glue. Do not add too much glue because I promise you that is not the look you want.

Step 2:

When removing the eyelashes from the tray, do not remove them from the hairs, becasue that will damage the eyelash, use your tweezers to carefully remove the eyelash from the base. The eyelashes come with a small amount of adhesive to keep the lashes in place in the tray. You will still need to apply eyelash ashesive to the eyelash so they can stick to your eyelashes.


Step 3:

Once you have dipped your eyelash in the glue put the cluster on an individual lash and not on your water line. Hold in place for about 2 seconds. Place the lashes close together to achieve a full look


Step 4:

Repeat step 3 until you have achieved the desired look.

Visit lailahsbeauty.com for Ardell Eyelash Glue if you do not have an amazon prime account to purchase the beyelian eyelashe glue. The beyelian eyelash glue does last much longer than Ardell eyelash glue. The Beyelian lash glue lasts a week and Ardell eyelash glue lasts about 24- 48 hours for my ladies who want a very temporary look.


You can also check out our collection of eyelashes and see if there is a different style of lashes that you want!


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