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How to Apply DIY Lash Extensions
Tutorial by Marque Lashes

We have compiled a quick and easy guide to get you started with our products.

Product Checklist

Here are the main products you require to get started with our lashes.

  • Box(es) of lashes
  • Eyelash scissors
  • Applicator (specialized tweezer)
  • Lash adhesive (lash glue, bond)
  • Lash remover (oil based cleanser)

In order to enhance your application, experience, and look, consider the following products

  • Lash sealer
  • Lash mat and lash case
  • Lash foam cleanser

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1. First off, you'll need to clean your lashes.
We recommend to use our Marque Lash Foam Cleanser or any cleanser meant for lashes.

2. Open your box of lashes and cut them into segments.
You'll have an easier time with precision lash scissors like our Marque Scissors. There is no set rule as to how much you should cut per segment, but this is where we encourage you to experiment and build your look. You can start by choosing distinct segmented styles, such as Fleur and Danielle, then follow the pattern for your cuts. Once you are more comfortable with our products, we suggest trying styles such as Charlotte and Claire, which have no distinct segments.

As for the amount you cut, you'll want to have enough material to cover the entire eye while leaving a bit of space on each corner to prevent discomfort.

3. Map out your look(optional).
To enhance your experience, we suggest our Marque Lash Mat and Mat Case combo to map out your look before you apply the lashes. Place the segmented lashes on the mat as you would on your own lashes for a nice preview. Alternatively, you can skip this step and apply directly to your lashes if you are confident about the look you're trying to achieve.

4. Curl your lashes(optional).
We suggest curling your actual lashes using a lash curler so that they match and fuse nicely with the lash extensions.


We will apply the lashes to one eye at a time.

1. Apply the adhesive.
Apply a thin layer of adhesive or bond onto your actual lashes.
Then apply a thin layer to the top side of the Marque Lash band.
Remember, a little goes a long way. Applying too much can cause your lashes to clump together.
Wait a few seconds for the adhesive to become tacky, then move on to the next step.

2. Begin applying the segmented lashes.
Use the applicator to pick up your first segment.
Following your lash line, begin applying them starting from the outer corner of your eye.

IMPORTANT: Avoid placing any lashes on your waterline. Doing so will result in discomfort and having to start the application process over again.

3. Repeat the application process with your second eye.

4. Fuse the lashes together.
Use the Marque Applicator to fuse the lashes by gently clamping them together. Depending on the size of your eye, you may need to clamp them in sections.

5. Seal the lashes(optional).
As a finishing touch, we recommend using our Marque Lash Sealer to ensure longer-lasting wear. You can either brush it on like mascara or use the ballpoint tip to glide it underneath the lashes.

6. Comb the lashes.
For the last step, use a spoolie to comb through the lashes, resulting in a cleaner and more even look.

Removal & Maintenance

We highly recommend using our Marque Lash Remover because they will not damage your actual lashes, and we cannot guarantee a smooth removal process when using other types of oil-based makeup removers or cleansers.

1. Use the Marque Lash Remover.
Over a towel or countertop, start by using the remover to gently brush the top of your lashes. Our remover will dissolve any adhesive and sealer holding our lashes to your own, allowing the extensions to fall out easily.

2. Soak lashes in rubbing alcohol.
Collect your Marque Lashes and soak them in a small container with rubbing alcohol for approximately 20 minutes.

3. Brush off any remaining adhesive.
Take them out of the alcohol and use a small brush to remove any remaining adhesive, glue, or sealer from the lashes. You could use a Q-tip, but be careful about any remnants of lint.

Clamp with the applicator & comb with a spoolie once a day. Doing this will strengthen the hold between your lashes and Marque Lashes so that it will stay on longer.

Frequently Asked Questions

We've compiled a list of questions we think are typically asked. Please let us know if you think we should add more!

Q. Can I reuse these lash extensions?
Yes, but you must clean and store them properly to ensure quality. You can reuse them up to 5 times with careful cleaning.

Q. How long should I soak the lashes for?
Soak the lashes in 90% rubbing alcohol for at least 20 minutes but no longer than 1 hour. Soaking them for longer may deteriorate their quality. Clean one lash at a time and air dry completely before storing or reapplying.

Q. Will I lose or damage the lashes if I fall asleep while wearing them?
One of the key highlights of our lash products is that you can go to sleep while still wearing them. They will maintain a strong bond on your actual lashes unless you press your face into your pillow or roll around too much. You will likely lose a band or two. For best results, sleep on your back.

Q. Is Marque Lashes bond and adhesive waterproof?
Our bond product is water-resistant. For the first 12 hours after application, avoid any contact with water. Your lashes will survive a quick dip in the pool while keeping your head above water, but diving in will weaken the adhesive. Like your phone, even though it's water-resistant, you'll want to keep them dry!

Q. How can I prevent the bond/sealer/remover containers from becoming sticky?
After every use, you will need to wipe the edge of the cap. If this location remains uncleaned, the residue buildup will lead to the dreaded sticky mess.

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