If you didn't see our Summer story on how to apply false lashes, you should take a peek! It's actually a lot easier than you might think. But if you're still on the fence (or don't have nimble fingers), strip lashes are a great alternative. You just have to know what to look for.
- Choose ones with well-spaced, flexible fringe -- they are going to blend best with your natural lashes and give you a gentle, swooping curve.
- They should have a clear adhesive strip. False lashes with a black strip can complicate things -- if it doesn't match up perfectly with your real lash line, it can look like a really bad liner job.
The false lash strips by Georgie Beauty are very lightweight, 100-percent natural, and handmade. They come in three styles (here's my favorite, La Cherie, below), and totally follow the "strip guidelines." The glue has been dermatologist-tested (great for sensitive eyes!) and contains soothing chamomile. I was able to slap these suckers on in seconds, and trust me, even I am not that skilled. I credit the quality of these great lashes.
P.S.: They are so comfortable!