Post # 46
I personally love false lashes & feel like they add so much more to the look. You have plenty of time, so practice makes perfect! When I first started wearing them, they were a hot mess & I had to have help from friends to put them on. Make sure you cut them down if your eyes are smaller, let the glue dry half-way before attempting to put them on, apply them right on your lashes (not on your lid) & use tweezers to “squeeze” them tightly to your natural lashes. I cover up the false lash seam with liquid eye liner once they’ve dried. I promise you, they’re a breeze with some practice & look great. It also just depends how much makeup you normally wear/plan to wear for your wedding – not necessary for a more natural look 🙂
Post # 47
- Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman
Ok ladies, I took the recommendation of trying individual falsies and I have to say, my life is changed. They were impossibly easy to apply, and look totally natural and I can’t feel them at all. I will definitely be wearing them on the wedding day and possibly every special occasion ever!
Post # 48
- Wedding: December 2014 - Maui
I had individual lashes done on my wedding day. I have pretty nice eyelashes anyway and normally wear mascara, so the individual lashes were just the thing to make me feel extra beautiful.
Post # 49
I am not wearing false lashes, nor do I think anyone needs to, but if you want to and are just struggling to apply them I am pretty sure you can get the MUAs at the MAC counter (and probably other makeup counters as well) in a mall to apply them if you buy them there. I have gotten my full makeup done (including lash application) at the MAC counter for several events after spending $50 (so the lashes they apply, whatever they put on my lips so I can refresh and maybe a mascara) and I think they will do just the lashes if you ask.