Yes, applying false lower lashes can help to make your eyes look bigger and more prominent. If you have no bottom lashes or have short lower lashes, wearing bottom false lashes can provide greater volume.
About Lower Lashes
For beautiful and captivating eyes, give your look a unique twist with our incredible bottom or lower lashes. Perfect for every occasion, bottom Lashes – also known as lower lash line extensions – are the ideal way to add extra definition and boldness to your eyes. With just one application, you’ll get long-lasting lashes that pop and stay in place all day.
Can You Get Lower Lash Extensions?
Yes! We make it simple to get the ultimate stylish look with bottom lash extensions. These individual false eyelashes are available in various lengths and styles so that you can find the perfect fit for your eye shape. These eye-popping false lashes are just for those who struggle with their bottom lashes or want more volume along the lower lash line.
How To Apply Lower Lashes?
Applying bottom lashes is simple – just follow these steps:
- First, select lower lashes that match your desired fullness of look. Then, make sure that they are within your natural length parameters.
- Cut them if necessary; apply a small drop of lash adhesive on each end; wait about 30 seconds for it to become tacky.
- Holding one side at a time, carefully press them onto your lower lash line, either individually or in clusters according to what best suits your look.
- Finally, use a q-tip, or cotton bud dipped in oil-free make remover to remove any glue residue around the eyes.
Why Do Some People Have No Bottom Lashes?
In some cases, people may be born without bottom lashes due to medical conditions like Madarosis which causes complete or partial loss of eyelashes or Trichiasis, which happens when eyelash follicles turn direction backwards, causing discomforting irritation.
It is also possible to lose bottom lashes due to trauma or picking at them, resulting in permanent damage to the follicle.
Why Are My Lower Lashes So Thin?
Thin lower lashes could be because you have very few natural eyelash follicles on the bottom lash line, or it could be because you have rubbed and pulled at them, causing them to fall off prematurely and weakening the remaining hairs leading to thin strands of hair growth.
Whatever the reason for thinning lower lashes, it’s easily fixable with our range of bottom or lower false eyelashes explicitly designed for adding volume along heavier lines.
With our fantastic range of lower or bottom lashes, you can create dramatic looks while ensuring each design uses quality materials that provide comfort and durability – perfect if you want an elevated yet natural finish. So go ahead and peek at our collection today – no matter what style you’re searching for, we’ve got something perfect for you!
How to apply mascara to lower lashes
The best way to apply mascara to lower lashes is to not re-dip your wand after doing your upper lashes to avoid applying too much mascara. With a minimal amount of lower lash mascara, hold a tissue under your lashes and gently sweep the brush from root to tip.