1. When you are ready to wear your lash, gently remove the tray from the box (do not discard plastic tray or cover as this will keep your lashes safe between uses). Use your fingers or tweezers to remove the lashes from the tray. As our lashes have been delicately handmade to deliver the most natural look, it is important that you be very gentle to avoid damage.We use a small amount of adhesive to attach the lash to the tray for safe transport and storage. This glue may be removed at your discretion.

  2. Measure & Trim: Fit the lashes to the base of your lashline, trim any excess from the inside corner. DO NOT trim the outer corner, keep the flair!

  3. Apply Lash Glue: To avoid damage and extend the life of your lashes, only apply lash adhesive to the band of the lash. Avoid getting any glue on the lash fibers, as removal can be damaging to the lash. Apply lash glue along the entire cotton band and let it dry for 30-seconds allowing glue to become tacky. OR apply glue as eyeliner. Apply glue to get tacky for 30 seconds and then apply lash with fingers or lash applicator.

  4. Adhere & Hold: Adhere to the center part of your lid closest to your lashline, and hold for a few seconds. Secure outer and inner corners and make sure they stick. Pinch down or toggle and position if needed.

  5. NO MASCARA! Do not apply mascara on your falsies. Apply mascara to your natural lashes BEFORE your begin the lash application process. 


  1. Prior to removing your lashes, apply a small amount of oil-free makeup remover to a cotton pad and apply it to the lash band for 10 seconds. This will soften the lash adhesive making it much easier to remove the lashes without damaging them. OR use a warm wash cloth, apply it to the eye area for a few seconds to loosen up the glue. It comes off perfectly. 

  2. GENTLY remove the lash-use your fingers to push down on the and area. Avoid pulling the band or tugging the lash to protect your natural lashes.

  3. Store Safely: Treat your lashes with care. Store between uses. Keeping the lashes in their case will keep them safe and also retain their shape and band curvature for future uses.

  4. Repeat! With proper care, High Lash Darling lashes may be worn up to 30 times.


  1. You will need a paper towel, a spoolie brush, oil-free makeup remover, q-tip, a pair of tweezers to remove the adhesive and your beautiful High Lash Darling lash case.

  2. Gently hold lash by the base and brush through the lash to remove any makeup or residue.

  3. Gently rubb off remnants of lash glue from the lash band with a cotton swab dipped in oil-free makeup remover. Use tweezers to remove glue from band.

  4. Curl lashes if needed.

  5. Store Safely: Treat your lashes with care. Keeping the lashes in their case will keep them safe and retain their shape and band curvature for future uses.

  6. That's it!! Repeat this once a week or every 2 weeks. Follow @highlashdarling for more lash tutorials.