REMOVAL - SHORT TERM WEAR
You do not need any expensive solution branded by ourselves. Any make up removal will suffice. If your lashes have been on for a short period of time then just use a non-oil based cleanser to remove.
REMOVAL - LONG TERM WEAR
If you have been wearing your lashes for a long period of time and there has been no movement whatsoever you will either need to remove with an oil based remover, vaseline or coconut oil. I am also told that Bodyshop's Camomile Balm or Baby Oil also works a treat if you still have glue on your lashes.
WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT TUG ON THE LASH SEGMENTS TO REMOVE AS THIS MAY RESULT IN YOU PULLING OUT YOUR OWN LASHES AND ALSO CAUSE THE SEGMENTS TO BECOME MISSHAPED. JUST BE PATIENT AND SOAK THE LASHES WITH THE REMOVERS AS MENTIONED ABOVE UNTIL THE LASHES EASILY COME AWAY. THIS WAY YOU WILL BE ABLE TO REUSE YOUR SEGMENTS AGAIN.
Thank you to Michelle for sharing her daily routine of how to wash your face without dislodging your lashes
Thank you again to Michelle for sharing her lash cleaning routine which will help prolong the life of your lashes allowing you to reuse them over and over again....making them even more cost effective!!