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Reviewing Ardell Press On Lashes: First Impressions and Wear Test by Minksbyv

0.16 Hi guys and welcome back to my channel! In today’s video, I’m going to be doing a first impressions on press-on lashes. Apparently, there’s a way to do lashes from home without glue, without any type of liner to get them to stick, not even magnetic. If you’re here for the first time, tap that subscribe button down below and turn on your notifications. Here are your video chapters.

So for this, we’re going to do a quick product run-through. We technically don’t even need a whole lot for this. You’re going to want to start off with some type of a brush. Lashes can get a bit messy and crisscross, so we want to make sure that everything is going in the right direction to make the application process a lot smoother.

Here’s the product that we’re working with today. This is from Ardell. I did get gifted this product in the last video I showed you guys. I received a whole bunch of goodies from the brand, and this is one of the items that came inside of it. Apparently, you don’t need adhesive for this. There’s supposed to be a sticky coating on the actual base of the cluster DIY lash, and it says there’s up to four applications.

We have 30 pre-glued under eyelash extensions. This is the applicator that comes in the collection for the Press on lashes. So we have your tin, which is the shortest length, your 12, which is the medium, and the 14, which is the longest length. You can definitely wear these for up to four weeks, but I don’t think this is going to be a waterproof product. However, I may try getting them wet just for the sake of this video to give you guys a heads up.

I’m going to start off with brushing my natural lashes. I always comb them upwards. My favorite lash shape design mapping that I like to do is a doll eye. So I’m going to do a doll eye because I’m biased. Cat eyes are cute, but there’s something about a doll eye that really gets me.

I’m going to take the 14 length and place it underneath, then move on to the 12 and the 10 for the outside corners. The application process is surprisingly easy, and the lashes look amazing on my face. I’ve never had it that easy before!

I wore the lashes overnight to test their durability, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that they stayed put. This is definitely a game-changer for anyone who has allergies to lash adhesives. These press-on lashes are a great alternative and perfect for everyday wear.

Overall, I highly recommend trying out press-on lashes, especially if you’re looking for a hassle-free way to enhance your lashes. If you know any other brands that offer press-on lashes, please let me know in the comments below. I’ll link all the products I used in today’s video down below. Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next one. Bye!



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