Wednesday, 27 May 2015

How To Clean Your False Eyelashes!


Garnier micellar water and Ardell demi wispies false eyelashes



I'm sure most of us now wear false lashes for nights out and special occasions. Though did you know that you dont have to throw them away after twice wearing them becase they are cacked up with product and looking a bit gross. Don't fall into the trap of buying new ones every time you are going out. You can get so many more wears out of your false lashes without damaging them and save yourself alot of money by simply cleaning them with things you already have in your draws! You will need:


- False lashes which need a good clean
- Small shallow dish
- Cotton swabs 
- Makeup remover water/ Micellar water




1. Place both of the lashes into the bowl
2. Poor your micellar water into the bowl so it almost reaches the top of the lashes
3. Use one cotton swap to hold the lash down, then with another gently rub to clean away any pruduct off the lashes
4. Once you have cleaned both lashes take them out and dry with a little tissue



Now you have nice clean pair of false lashes which look like new, and wear them again and again.

Zoe x 

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15 comments

  1. Thank you so much for this! I love my falsies but they are terrible to clean! This is so helpful <3

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  2. So true -- falsies needs to be taken care of and you care wear them over and over! Also I didn't realize Garnier had a micellar water... haven't seen that in any stores here yet. Hope we get it soon!

    xo, alison*elle

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  3. I have never thought about doing this so THANK YOU! I'm off now to do just this x

    Jordan | Keep Dreaming ♥

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    1. thankyou, hope it works for you xx

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  4. What a good idea. I normally take the glue off with tweezers (and I used to be a beautician! Lol.). I'm a massive fan of this miscellar water, so def going to try this. X

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  5. Thank you so much for the tip! I don't know why I haven't thought of cleaning my fake lashes with Bioderma! ;)

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  6. Oh my goodness that's so helpful thank you. I have often tried to think of ways to clean eyelashes, because I like to wear individuals quite a lot. Normally I would just run them under water but it is really difficult because they are so fiddly. I have both lashes that need cleaning and micellar water so I will do this, thank you♥
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  8. I believe that not all women are blessed to have long eyelashes and what they do is they buy false lashes and put it in their eyes.
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  9. You have really pretty lashes, thanks for sharing the tips !makeup classes

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