• Apply
  • Care

Apply
Your Lashes

<strong>Step 1</strong> <br>Prep & Measure

Step 1
Prep & Measure

Gently remove the lashes from the tray and hold the lash up against your eyelid to measure to fit the natural length of lash line.

Step 2
Trim To Size

Using scissors, trim the lash band to the size of your eyes. Always trim from the outer corner of the lash so style is maintained.

<strong>Step 2</strong> <br>Trim To Size
<strong>Step 3</strong> <br>Apply Lash Adhesive

Step 3
Apply Lash Adhesive

Using Velour Lash Adhesive, brush a thin layer of glue to the lash band. Add a little extra to the corners for extra hold.

Step 4
Apply Lashes

Using Velour's Too Easy Lash Applicator, grasp the lash and place on top, and as close to your natural lash line as possible, then secure corners.

<strong>Step 4</strong> <br>Apply Lashes
<strong>Step 5</strong> <br>Finishing Touches

Step 5
Finishing Touches

Once the Lash Adhesive has dried, brush lashes upward using the comb end of the Applicator to ensure they are blended to perfection.

Voilà, You Did It! 

Now that your lash look is complete, learn which lashes are best suited for you!

Voilà, You Did It! 
Voilà, You Did It! 

Care For
Your Lashes

<strong>Avoid Mascara </strong>

Avoid Mascara 

Never apply mascara directly on your Velour lashes as this can damage the quality of the hairs. If needed, apply mascara to your natural lashes before application.

Remove Glue 

Once there is a small build up of lash glue on the band (typically 2 - 5 uses), gently peel off using Velour’s Too Easy Lash Applicator or your fingers. Be sure that you are only pulling on the glue and not the band when removing glue.

<strong>Remove Glue </strong>
<strong>Store In Case </strong>

Store In Case 

To maintain longevity and quality of your lashes, never soak your lashes in water or makeup remover. Be sure to store your lashes in original lash case and away from liquids.

Be Gentle

All Velour lashes are hand-made and so, it is important that you handle them with care. Always grasp your Velour lashes from the lash band, not the hairs, whether you are removing from the packaging or from your eyes.

<strong>Be Gentle</strong>
<strong>Spot Clean </strong>

Spot Clean 

Clean any makeup off your Velour lashes with oil-free makeup remover. Using a Q-tip, gently dab and twirl as needed on affected areas of your lashes.

Keep The Curl 

If your lashes get wet and lose their curl, you can use an eyelash curler to reshape them. You can also curl the lashes while they are applied on your eyes.

<strong>Keep The Curl </strong>