I've tried various brands over the years but I truly believe if it wasn't for these lashes I would still be flustering and sticking my fingertips to my lashes. I tried the No1s which are most natural. Plus they have a fine strip which is flexible and easy to position and control.
2 BIG things which are a MUST- Time & Patience!
The most crucial thing when applying lashes is the glue, you need to wait 30-secs depending on the eye lash glue. If you apply the glue and then try to apply them they will be difficult and may slide on the lid. The glue needs to set a little making it tacky to touch. This way when you place the lash in the centre you will have more control to position and stick down the lashes. I like to use my tweezers and my swivel mirror which has a magnified lens.
Apologies for the blurry photo, my camera wasn't behaving!
Another bonus about these lashes is the length of the strip, they fit perfectly to my eyes. However you may need to trim them, I would recommend you trim them from the outer edge first. Apply the glue, wait then using the tweezers pick them up from the centre lashes and whilst looking down into the mirror place them on top of your lashes where you would apply a top liner. I normally make sure the centre is in position stick that down and then using my tweezers pull the front part down and into place following with the outer end section. I like to use the end of my tweezers ( not the part you pluck with!) other end to gently pat the strip down. You could use your finger tips.
There's other styles you can pick from which are very pretty. I have tried the Tease style No1s and No3s. These are made from 100% human hair, if looked after these can be used again and again. When I remove mine I gently peel them off and then remove any excess glue from the strip and store them away in their box.
You can purchase Lets Go lashes online www.nouveaubeautygroup.com, they retail at £8.95 which I think is good value for the quality of these lashes, they're not as expensive as Mac lashes but they're a little more than high street versions.
Have you tried Let's Go Lashes? If I can do it...so can you!