Everything You Need To Know About False Lashes - 1 Hair Stop

Everything You Need To Know About False Lashes

Life may not always be perfect, but your lashes can be! False lashes are more than just a beauty trend, they’re a great makeup accessory that can elevate your eye game to the next level.

From flirty and feminine to bold and dramatic, there's a lash style for every woman. With so many lash options available, it's easy to get confused. But don't worry, today we'll talk about all things lashes! We'll cover everything you need to know about false lashes - the types, application methods, maintenance, and even the most difficult part, removal. So, get ready to achieve flawless lashes that will make heads turn. 

History of False Lashes

False lashes date back to the early 20th century when film actresses started wearing them on set to make their eyes appear larger and more dramatic on camera. The first false lashes were made of human hair and were quite heavy and uncomfortable to wear. Over time, false lashes became more widely available and affordable, and manufacturers began experimenting with different materials, such as synthetic fibers and animal fur.

Types of False Lashes

Are you ready to upgrade your lash game? From natural to dramatic, there's a false lash type for everyone. 

With so many options available, it's important to find the perfect pair that not only suits your style but also enhances your natural beauty. Let's explore the different types of false lashes and find your perfect match.

Strip Lashes

Strip lashes are the most common type of false lashes. They come in a strip that you apply across your lash line, using glue or adhesive. Strip lashes come in a range of materials, including synthetic fibers, mink, and silk. They can be worn multiple times if taken care of properly.

3D Faux Mink Eyelashes

Looking for the perfect pair of lashes that give a natural and fluffy look while being kind to animals? Look no further than 3D faux mink eyelashes! These innovative strip lashes are designed to mimic the luxurious feel and look of real mink fur, but without the cruelty. The secret behind the 3D effect is the intricate layering of the synthetic fibers, which gives the lashes a more dramatic and full look. Not only do they look amazing, but they're also affordable, making them a popular choice for lash enthusiasts worldwide.

  • Lightweight and comfortable, making them perfect for all-day wear.
  • Easy to apply and remove, saving you time and hassle in your beauty routine.
  • Made of synthetic fibers, which are less likely to cause allergic reactions than natural lash types.

It's no surprise that 3D faux mink eyelashes are one of the most popular lash types on the market. Additionally they are also affordable, light-weight and cruelty-free. So, give them a try and notice the difference they can make in your beauty routine. Explore our premium collection of 3D Faux Mink Lashes at 1 Hair Stop


Individual Lashes

Individual lashes are small clusters of lashes that you apply to your natural lashes. They offer a more natural look and can be customized to create a variety of looks. Individual lashes come in various lengths and thicknesses.

Magnetic Lashes

Magnetic lashes use tiny magnets to attach to your natural lashes, eliminating the need for glue or adhesive. They come in a strip or individual lash form and can be reused multiple times.

Application Methods

There are several methods for applying false lashes, depending on the type of lashes you are using. Here are some of the most common application methods corresponding to each lash type.

Strip Lashes

To fix strip lashes in place, you will require the following: 

  • Lash glue or adhesive
  • A pair of tweezers
  • A mirror

Got the items? Now follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Measure the lash strip by placing it along your lash line. Mark the extras and then using scissors trim the excess part from the outer corner. Getting this step right is important, the lashes should be the correct size.

Step 2: Next, take the glue and apply a thin layer on the lash strip.

Step 3: Do not directly apply it, wait for about 30 seconds before applying the lashes.

Step 4: Now grab your tweezers, and carefully place the lash strip along your lash line, starting from the inner corner and moving outwards.

Step 5: Once the lash strip is in place, gently press and secure it to your natural lashes.

Individual Lashes

To apply individual lashes, you need lash clusters, a good quality lash glue, and tweezers. Once you have everything, follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Put a little bit of lash glue on the bottom of each lash cluster.

Step 2: Use tweezers to hold the cluster and place it on your natural lash.

Step 3: Keep doing this with other lash clusters until you get the look you want.

Magnetic Lashes

For magnetic lashes you need nothing major, just your magnetic lash stripand a mirror. Here are the steps to apply:

Step 1: Take a magnetic lash strip and place it close to your natural lash line.

Step 2: Take the other magnetic lash strip and place it below your natural lashes.

Step 3: Then the magnets will snap together automatically. Make adjustments if needed.


Taking care of your false lashes is important to ensure they last as long as possible. Here are some expert tips for maintaining your false lashes:

  1. Be very gentle while removing the lashes. Use an oil-free makeup remover if needed.
  2. Remove any excess glue or adhesive from the lashes using tweezers
  3. Store the lashes in their original packaging or in a clean, dry container.
  4. Clean your lashes regularly using a makeup brush cleaner or a mild soap and water.
  5. Do not wear lashes while showering, swimming, or in humid weather.


Maintaining the eyelashes is essential, and one of the major steps in achieving this is proper removal. Wearing false lashes can stress and strain on our natural lashes, especially if not removed correctly. Let’s learn how to remove your false lashes efficiently and safely.

  1. Gently hold the outer corner of your lash strip and pull it off your lash line, moving inward.
  2. Use an oil-free makeup remover to remove any leftover glue or adhesive from your lash line.
  3. If you’re wearing individual lashes, use a pair of tweezers to gently pull them off your natural lashes.


Adding false lashes to your makeup is a fantastic way to elevate your eye game and create a more dramatic look. From natural to bold and everything in between, there is a wide range of false lash options available to suit every style and preference. No matter, whether you're a beginner or a regular lash user, by following the tips and tricks mentioned above, you'll be able to achieve a flawless false lash look. 

Not all false lashes are the same. If you're looking for a cruelty-free and affordable option that provides a voluminous and natural look, 1 Hair Stop 3D faux mink eyelashes are the best option. Make sure you try them out.


What does 3D lash mean?

3D eyelashes, also known as 3D mink lashes, are false lashes made from natural mink fur or synthetic fibers that are designed to mimic the appearance of natural

eyelashes. Unlike regular strip lashes, 3D eyelashes are crafted by grouping several fine lashes together and binding them at the base to create a multi-dimensional,

voluminous effect. The lashes are then placed on a thin, flexible strip that can be applied with lash glue onto the lash line for a fuller, more dramatic look.

How to wear false lashes?

1. Measure and trim.

2. Apply some lash glue.

3. Wait a few seconds for the glue to dry.

4. Apply the lashes and press them gently into place.

5. Finish with mascara.

How do I clean my false lashes?

Take a mild soap in the palm of your hand, work up a lather using some water. Now gently clean your lashes and let them air dry.


How long do false lashes usually stay on?

With proper care and maintenance, false lashes can stay for up to two weeks. But we recommend removing them after a maximum of 1-2 days else they might damage your natural lashes.

How do you choose fake eyelashes for beginners?

If you are a beginner, go for lashes that are lightweight, natural-looking, and easy to apply. Avoid lashes that are too long or dramatic.