My lashes look spidery/clumpy. How do I stop this from happening?

When starting out, I encourage a less is more approach.

Go easy on the fibers and apply a few strokes from midway to the tips of your lashes (not too close to the lash roots). You can also use an eyelash comb to comb your lashes. A metal eyelash comb works best but a plastic comb can still work. Another tip is to skip the Fiber application step. After the first several uses of your Fiber Lash Extension kit, there may be a build-up of fibers within the Transplanting Beeswax Mascara Gel tube so you don’t need to apply the fibers every time. Simply apply a few coats of the gel instead. You’ll still achieve longer lashes without the spidery/clumpy look. The less fibers you use, the longer your Transplanting Beeswax Mascara Gel will last.

If you find that the Transplanting Mascara Gel is too dry, you can add a few drops of eye drop solution into the tube. It’s a common beauty hack that helps keep the Transplanting Beeswax Mascara Gel fresh. It’s important to use eye drop solution, NOT water, as the eye drops have a more silky viscosity than water and blend well with the Transplanting Beeswax Mascara Gel without watering it down. It’s also approved and safe for eye use.

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