Are you sick of curling your eyelashes every day? Are you over putting on false lashes every single day because you don't have any lashes? Don't worry. There's a way on how to make your eyelash extensions at the comfort of your home for a good price. Without further ado, let's just get on to the tutorial.

Tools You'll Need;

Your favorite eye lashes

Lash glue adhesive

Tiny little scissors


Individual lashes

The Procedure


You're going to start off by putting your hair back with a headband. This will help to prevent your hair from getting in the way of applying the lashes. After putting your hair back, pick your preferred eyelashes and cut them by section. Always comb your eyelashes before you start to make it easier to apply the extension. Start off with one eyelash and make sure to cut the lashes into tiny sections. Apply a small amount of lash glue onto a flat surface and avoid applying a lot of it as it dries pretty fast. The best way to do this, is to try doing it in small sections of your eye. Don't forget to screw the top back on as soon as you're done using the glue. Using your tweezers, you're going to be grabbing the section that you just cut off and apply lash glue on it.

Place the eyelash extension on the end of your eyelash line and avoid putting it directly on the skin because it will burn. Move on to the next section and follow the same procedure. You can use the individual lashes in between to give it more volume and more lash effect. Repeat the same steps as you did with the other eye and don't forget to apply some individual lashes wherever you see gaps in your eyelashes. For instance, if you open your eyes and you see that they might need more eyelashes on a certain spot, you can go ahead and add another eyelash with your individual eyelashes. Just keep repeating the steps until you're fully done.

Practice to Improve your Skills

Eyelash extensions can last for two weeks if you take good care of them. If you don't get it right on your first time, it's totally fine. Practice makes perfect. So if you're not fully satisfied with the way it looks, don't give up and look down on yourself. Once you are done with the eyelashes, wait for about six minutes to make sure they're completely dry. If you want, you can curl your eyelashes to make them look curly and open, but this is totally optional. However, if you do decide to curl them, make sure you're super careful and gentle when doing this. You are now officially done with the DIY and you now have your new eyelash extensions.


I hope this tutorial was helpful to you. If you carefully follow these simple steps you'll become a knowledgeable eyelash artisan. This is a simple technique required to apply lash extensions and if not done properly, you can ruin your eyelashes easily.