Segmented Lashes | DIY Lashes Extension

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  • Easy to Use at home
  • Lightweight and Soft
  • 100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free
  • Made with High-Quality Synthetic


1. Introduction

Segmented Lashes are a revolutionary product in the cosmetics industry. From its launch in 2021, it will become more and more popular. Because of COVID-19, lots of beauty salons are still closed in some cities. Most beauty lovers couldn’t make lashes extension store when they want to go to a party. Considering it, Pre-cut lashes were launched. You can make lashes extensions with a pre-cut lashes kit. It’s very easy to handle and use at home. As soon as it is launched, most clients like and bought it. If you want to earn money from lashes, it is a good product.


2. Feature

  • Easy to Use at home
  • Lightweight and Soft
  • 100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free
  • Made with High-Quality Synthetic


3. Details

SEO NameSegmented Lashes
Private LabelAvailable
Delivery Time15-20Days
PackagePlastic or Paper Box
PaymentT/T, Paypal, Western Union, and Money Gram.


Segmented Lashes FAQ

Unlike traditional eyelash extensions that are applied one by one to each individual lash, Segmented Lashes are applied in small clusters for a fuller, thicker appearance. Segmented Lashes are usually cut by lashes strip by the eyelash manufacturers. It is made from synthetic materials like nylon or silk, they come in a variety of colors and lengths so you can customize your look. 

Before starting to apply segmented eyelashes, make sure you have all the necessary tools: faux lashes, tweezers, lash glue, and scissors.

1. Begin by adding a tiny dab of glue onto the false lashes, then wait about 10 seconds for it to become slightly tacky. Next, use the tweezers to carefully pick up a segment of faux lashes and place it as close to your lash line as possible.

2. Repeat with as many segments as desired, filling in sparse areas or adding extra fullness.

3. Finally, use your fingers or tweezers to gently press down on each segment and lightly comb through your real and fake lashes to blend them together seamlessly.

With patience and practice, you’ll be able to master this glamorous beauty technique in no time.

Generally speaking, segmented lashes last about 2-3 weeks before they start to fall out with your natural eyelashes.

This is slightly shorter than traditional individual lashes, which can last up to 4 weeks, but the added volume and definition of segmented lashes often make them worth it.

Plus, regular touch-ups can help them retain their fullness for even longer. Overall, while there may be slight variations depending on your natural lash growth cycle and aftercare routine, you can typically expect segmented lashes to last a few weeks at a time.

Just remember to use a gentle hand when removing them and carefully clean them after each use to prolong their lifespan.

Removing segmented lashes can be a tricky process, as each individual lash is attached to the natural lash with adhesive. However, there are a few steps you can follow to ensure successful removal.

First, make sure to soften the adhesive with a high-quality eyelash remover.
Second, gently grasp the base of the segmented lash and slowly peel it off the natural lash, starting at the outer corner of the eye and working your way inwards.
Third, repeat this process until all segmented lashes have been removed.

It’s important not to tug or pull at the lashes too forcefully, as this can damage both natural and fake lashes.

Following these steps will ensure that you can easily remove your segmented lashes without any unnecessary harm or irritation to your eyes and lashes.

Many people have heard of the latest beauty trend – segmented lashes, also known as “pre-cut” or “cluster lashes.” This technique involves gluing individual lash extensions onto each individual natural lash, resulting in a fuller, more dramatic look.

But is segment lashes safe for your natural lashes? The answer is yes.

In fact, when performed by a trained and experienced aesthetician, segmented lashes can actually be more gentle on natural lashes than traditional techniques. The weight and stress are distributed more evenly among multiple extensions instead of one heavy strip. As always, it’s important to keep up with regular touch-ups and carefully follow any aftercare instructions given by your aesthetician.

Don’t be afraid to try out the latest beauty trends – just make sure you do your research and go to a professional who knows what they’re doing. So go ahead and achieve those gorgeous, fluttery-segmented lashes without worry. They just might become your new favorite beauty look.

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