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{VIDEO} DIY $5 Eyebrow extensions hack | cheap 3D brows at home using fake lashes

DIY $5 Eyebrow extensions hack | cheap 3D brows at home using fake lashes. These DIY at-home brow extensions are the coolest discovery ever. They are sooo much cheaper than getting them done at a salon and cost a fraction of the price!

 I get so many compliments on my brows when I do these and everyone is shocked when I tell them I did them myself at home, in like an hour, for 5 bucks!



I used a pack of brown lashes from amazon, since I have lighter brows, but if you have black brows, you can just use any pair of black false lashes from the drugstore. 


Just cut them off the lash strip, to create individual brow hairs.


Then, using the lash glue and some tweezers, apply them to the base of your natural brow hairs!




Add as many as you want to create your desired shape and fullness. Then use a spoolie to brush them out. 


Ta da! It was that easy! It took me about 30 minutes per brow to apply the lash hairs to fill in my brows and they lasted about 5-7 days. 


Brows make such a big difference, and I wear so much less eye makeup when I have these on because they really make your eyes pop and you don't even need brow pencil with these on. It saves me so much time in the morning! 



If you want to apply makeup and brow pencil, you absolutely can, for a more bold and dramatic effect.
If you like this tutorial, you will also love my DIY lash extension video, so be sure to check that out too!

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Directions


Make sure you wash off all your makeup and there is no oil or makeup on your lashes so the glue adheres well.

Cut the hairs off the lash strip, to create individual brow hairs. (I used a pack of brown lashes from amazon, since I have lighter brows, but if you have black brows, you can just use any pair of black false lashes from the drugstore.) 

Start by using a magnifying mirror on one eye at a time.

Use the tweezers to pick up one lash at a time. Using clear individual lash glue and some tweezers, dip the end of the lash in a tiny bit of glue. Apply them to the base of your natural brow hairs! Add as many as you want to create your desired shape and fullness. Then use a spoolie to brush them out. 

I start at the arch and work my way to the tail, then move toward the end closer to the inner corner of my eye. Just follow the natural direction of your real brows. Add as many as you want to get the fullness you want and to fill in any gaps.

Let the glue set and do not get the lashed wet for a few hrs, until it dries fully. Lashes should last 5-7 days. Do not use makeup remover, face wash or any product with oil in it, as this will break down the glue and the brows will not last as long. Use the lash remover to gently slide off the hairs when they are ready to fall off, or let them fall off naturally. Do not try to remove them before they are ready, to avoid pulling out any of your natural brows.