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Unless you're a professional stylist, it's not recommended to extend your eyelashes yourself. The reason for this is that it is a very specific technique in which you have to control the amount of glue used and the time it takes for it to dry, as well as the dexterity of your hands (to avoid shaking). Second, and more importantly, if you're doing your own eyelash extensions, you'll need to open your eyes or close one of them. This way, you won't be able to focus on the thin eyelashes and it's easy to accidentally get eyelash glue in your eyes, which can lead to serious health problems. If you want to save time and money on your eyelash extensions, then you can try one of the most popular DIY eyelash extensions that you can make yourself at home in just 10 minutes!

There are no best DIY eyelash extensions in the world, only the ones that suit you best. First of all, one should look at the quality of the eyelashes, including the quality of the eyelash fibers and the quality of the eyelash band. Eyelash fibers come in many different materials such as mink hair, human hair, synthetic fibers, etc. However, the most popular are the synthetic fibers PBT from South Korea, which have a texture that is very similar to natural human eyelashes. This is also the first choice for most people. The eyelashes from lieblashes are all made of this material. The quality of the eyelash band is also very important, as this determines the comfort of false eyelashes. At the moment, the most popular are extremely flat, super soft and ultra-fine eyelash bands. They have no weight and are very light, which makes it very comfortable to wear false eyelashes. The eyelash bands from LIEBLASHES are just like that. To sum up, the best DIY eyelash extensions are determined by the quality of the eyelash fibers and band, as well as the individual preferences of each person.

DIY eyelash extensions usually have a shelf life of 5-10 days, but it can depend on several factors, including the adhesive used, method of application, daily care, and personal lifestyle habits. Here are some recommendations:
1. Adhesive Quality: Choosing the right glue is crucial for DIY eyelash extensions. High-quality eyelash glue is not only more durable, but also non-irritating and does not harm the eyes or the real eyelashes. Our eyelash glue has been developed with love for customers with sensitive skin and is of high quality.
2. Application method: The correct application method is important, and it is important to thoroughly clean your own natural eyelashes before applying the DIY eyelash clusters. Some people neglect the important role of eyelash sealers during use, which prevents eyelashes from being affected by oil, grease and dust and extends the durability of the adhesive.
3. Daily care: Good care of the DIY Lash Extensions is crucial. Avoid rubbing your eyes, pulling your eyelashes, and coming into contact with oil and dust. The problem can be solved by using our eyelash sealers.
4. Lifestyle habits: Intense exercise, frequent swimming or sauna visits can affect the lifespan of DIY eyelash extensions. Water and moisture can weaken the adhesive's adhesive strength.
Generally, the shelf life of DIY eyelash extensions is about 5-10 days, while using our products may allow for a shelf life of 7-10 days.

DIY lashes are generally very safe, their safety depends on various factors, including the quality of the glue, the method of application, individual skin compatibility, and adherence to safety guidelines. Here are some considerations:
1. Glue quality: Using high-quality eyelash glue is very important. Poor quality can be highly irritating and lead to skin irritation, allergies and other problems. Some people may be allergic to the ingredients in eyelash glue. Use our mild and high-quality adhesive to solve this problem.
2. Application Method: The right application method is crucial. If glue or other liquid eyelash accessories accidentally get into the eyes, it can cause discomfort or eye problems. By following the application method, this problem can be avoided.
3. Personal hygiene: Before wearing DIY Lash Extensions, hands should be thoroughly cleaned to avoid accidental touching of the eyes or the eye area, thus preventing health problems.
All in all, DIY lashes are safe as long as they are worn according to proper wearing procedures.

Yes, all of our eyelash products are cruelty-free. Made from PBT synthetic fibers imported from South Korea, they are totally animal-friendly and have a faux mink effect. It is closer to the texture of real eyelashes.

Yes, our liquid products are super hypoallergenic, our eyelash glue does not contain latex, it is very safe and will not cause allergic reactions, even in people with sensitive skin.

Yes, our DIY eyelash extensions are reusable with good care, they can be reused until the eyelash bands break. It is important to note that you should not pull hard when removing your false eyelashes to avoid breaking the stems and the lashes falling out.

The best way to remove eyelash glue from any type of artificial eyelashes is to use high-quality eyelash glue remover, which is guaranteed not to damage your natural eyelashes or your artificial eyelashes.

It is important to note that eyelash glue should not get into the eyes, as this can cause irritation and other unpleasant consequences. If eyelash glue does get into the eye, you should follow these steps:
1. Don't rub: Avoid rubbing your eyes to prevent further irritation.
2. Rinse your eyes: Rinse your eye immediately with plenty of clean, lukewarm water. Keep the eye open to make sure the glue is flushed out.
3. Medical help: If irritation persists or serious problems occur, seek medical help immediately. An ophthalmologist can examine the eyes thoroughly and take further steps if necessary.
It is advisable to exercise extreme caution when handling eyelash glue to avoid contact with the eyes. Always read the instructions on the product and use it according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Not recommended. This is because the single eyelashes is a very special procedure and the glue for eyelash extensions is often irritating, so it is impossible to perform the procedure with your eyes open. So if you want a 1 to 1 eyelash extension, it's best to go to a professional eyelash studio. Alternatively, you can opt for a DIY eyelash extension, which you can stick on yourself at home in just a few minutes.