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Your makeup game

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so don't forget to dress up your eyes with Glam to complete your look.
Get yourself this beauty must-have for the party season.


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- Which -
Lashes for me?

Use the Glam Lash Selector to find your perfect lash, no matter what the occasion.
All of our lashes are re-usable, easy to apply and come with a hypo-allergenic adhesive
which goes on white but dries clear.

    • TaylorTaylor
    • LilyLily
    • ChristinaChristina
    • GiseleGisele
    • BeyonceBeyonce
    • JessicaJessica
    • CandiceCandice
    • MilaMila
    • MirandaMiranda
    • OliviaOlivia
    • GwenGwen
    • SelenaSelena
    • AllesandraAllesandra
    • MadonnaMadonna
    • KylieKylie
    • CaraCara
    • AdrianaAdriana
    • SiennaSienna
    • DivaDiva
    • AliciaAlicia
    • EvaEva

- So easy -
To apply

Tips & tricks to perfect lashes

Step 1
1

Curl your lashes and apply one coat of mascara.

Measure the lashes against your eye and trim the band to the correct length (about 80% of your eye width).

Step 2
2

Holding the ends of the lashes with either your fingers or tweezers, apply a THIN coat of adhesive to the lash band, being extra careful not to get glue in contact with lash hairs. Let the glue settle for 15-20 seconds.

Step 3
3

Apply lashes along the natural lash line, starting from the innermost corner and working outwards.

Gently apply pressure with your fingers or the rounded nose of the tweezers.

Step 4
4

Working along the lash towards either end, roll the nose of the closed tweezers up the lashes, pressing the band into the skin. Alternatively, use your fingertips to do this.

Do this again and then gently apply pressure to the inner and outer most corners to ensure entire band is in contact.

Step 5
5

When glue is completely dried (and transparent) apply one more coat of mascara to blend your natural and false lashes together.

Too Easy!

Now that you are up to speed on the art of applying lashes, it’s time to pick the right one for you!

Step 1
1

Curl your lashes and apply one coat of mascara.

Measure the lashes against your eye and trim the band to the correct length (about 80% of your eye width).

Step 4
4

Working along the lash towards either end, roll the nose of the closed tweezers up the lashes, pressing the band into the skin. Alternatively, use your fingertips to do this.

Do this again and then gently apply pressure to the inner and outer most corners to ensure entire band is in contact.

Step 2
2

Holding the ends of the lashes with either your fingers or tweezers, apply a THIN coat of adhesive to the lash band, being extra careful not to get glue in contact with lash hairs. Let the glue settle for 15-20 seconds.

Step 5
5

When glue is completely dried (and transparent) apply one more coat of mascara to blend your natural and false lashes together.

Step 3
3

Apply lashes along the natural lash line, starting from the innermost corner and working outwards.

Gently apply pressure with your fingers or the rounded nose of the tweezers.

Too Easy!

Now that you are up to speed on the art of applying lashes, it’s time to pick the right one for you!

- The Science -
Behind the love



Emotient Science

For our Experiment we teamed up with Emotient, the leader in emotion detection and sentiment analysis based on facial expressions.

The Emotient research team has decades of experience in Machine Learning, Computer Vision, and Cognitive Neuroscience. Their average level of accuracy for recognising the primary expressions of emotion is 95%.

This technology can also detect very fast expressions, known as micro-expressions, and subtle expressions of emotions.



Emotient

- The Social -
Experiment 2014

We called on Australia's most fashionable bloggers for a cheeky social experiment to prove that wearing Glam lashes will get you noticed in all the right ways.