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What Are Cluster Lashes and How Do You Apply Them?

Are you tired of spending hours at the salon and money every 2 weeks?! In this blog post we are going to talk about DIY Cluster Lash systems and how they are different from other types of false lashes including lash extensions

In fact, I myself have never had lash extensions because of the price. Don’t get me wrong they're super pretty, and for someone who has short light lashes, I used to wish I had the money to get them done. Until I saw how damaging they could be to your natural lashes .

Over the years, since being a stay at home mom, I have been doing lots of research on how I can save time and money and do my own salon services at home. From waxing, to my nails and now I get to do my own lashes.

Self care is super important, especially if you’re a Mom. You can’t care for your loved ones if you cup is empty

“You can’t pour from an empty cup”

Some people still need to go to the salon, and that's OKAY!

If you’re like myself, and don’t have the time or money to make that happen, that's OKAY too! In this post I’m going to give you all the information you need to know about Cluster Lashes, and give you MY FREE RESOURCES to video tutorials & steps on How to Apply Them.

Let’s dive in…

What are Cluster Lashes?

Cluster lashes are groups of lashes that are glued together in a cluster with a thick base. They are attached to the underside of your lashes near your waterline. (Do Not apply them to the waterline). Cluster lashes can give you more of a natural look compared to strip lashes.

If you struggle to apply any type of strip lash, these are the lashes for you! These have been the easiest type of lashes I have EVER applied and worn! If you’re new to applying lashes, don’t worry, I’m going to give you my Step by Step Application Resource & the Video.

Maybe you’ve been using cluster lashes for a while and are looking for a new brand to try, click here to learn more about my favorite type of cluster lashes.

Difference Between Lashes (Strip, Magnetic, Cluster, Extensions)

There are different types of false lashes available in the beauty world. It can be confusing, trust me I’ve been there, still am sometimes.

Just so we’re all on the same page of what types of lashes there are and how they’re used, I’ve outlined them below.

Price Point

One of the most important things I’ve learned trying to find a good affordable lash system is that you don’t want the cost to break the bank, but you also want to be able to save time and money.

Am I right?!

Before you know it, you’ve spent lots of time and money finding a great lash tech who knows what they’re doing and find yourself extremely unhappy with the results.

Don’t tell me I’m the only person on earth that has had that fear and didn’t get lash extensions because of it!

So, of course, I had to find a good lash system that was the best bang for my buck and easy to use so I could do my own lash extensions at home.

I’m giving you my Step by Step Application Resource & the Video so you can also do your own lash extensions at home too!

Say goodbye to mascara and hello to the softest, most comfortable cluster lashes!

If you’ve tried cluster lashes before and are looking for something new to try, check out my favorite brand here.

Do Cluster Lashes Ruin Your Lashes?

Short answer, potentially yes… BUT Here me Out !! ANY type of false lash can potentially It is all in how you remove them.

Depending on the product itself, if you’re having any damage to your eyelashes, you are probably not removing them properly.

Don’t worry though, I’m going to walk you through how to remove them.

How Do You Apply Them?

By far these are the EASIEST false lashes I have ever used! When I say I STRUGGLED with strip lashes, I’m not lying!

It was like competing in the Olympics just to get them to stay on my eyelid.

That's why I am giving you my Step by Step Application Resource & the Video. So you can save time and money applying lashes yourself at home!

How Do You Remove Them?

Easy. In my favorite Cluster Lash Extension System, comes with a "remover". Apply this to the top side of your lashes, let it sit.

Apply warm water with a wash wash cloth or get in the shower.

Removing them is the easiest and the most gentle on your natural lashes.

In Closing

I am your biggest cheerleader when it comes to using DIY beauty products at home. Since I became a stay at home mom in 2019 and then the world shut down in 2020, I’ve been on the search for affordable DIY salon services that I can do myself at home.

These past years have taught me that I can do anything I put my mind to. I am here to tell you that you can do it too!

If you recently purchased my favorite cluster lash extensions and want to learn how to use them. Click below to learn more. 👇🏼

You’ll find resources on how to do your own lashes, nails & more!

Resources & Links Mentioned

Resource Page - Learn how to use gel polish, dip powder, lash extensions & more. Get inspiration on nail looks as well.

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Cluster Lashes - Shop my favorite cluster lashes. Shop Here

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