How To Apply Your Doll Individu'lash'

Are you looking for a way to enhance your natural lashes? Doll Beauty Individual Lash Clusters are the perfect solution for you! These lash clusters are easy to apply and can instantly transform your look. In this blog post, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of applying Doll Beauty Individual Lash Clusters like a pro.



Step 1: Prepare Your Natural Lashes

Before applying the lash clusters, make sure your natural lashes are clean and free from any makeup or oils. Use a gentle cleanser to remove any residue and ensure a clean surface for the lash clusters to adhere to.

Step 2: Apply the Lash Clusters

Using our Pinch Me Tweezers, carefully pick up one lash cluster at a time. Ensure you're picking up the clusters from the base of the lash band. Using our Doll Trick Stick, apply the bond side to the section of your natural lashes you're applying the cluster to. We recommend starting from the outside and working your way to your inner corner.  

Next, place the lash cluster under your natural lashes, as close to the roots as possible. Gently press the lash cluster onto your natural lashes, holding it in place for a few seconds to allow the adhesive to bond.

Repeat this process, applying lash clusters along your lash line until you achieve your desired look. Remember to wipe any adhesive from your tweezers between clusters for an easier application

Step 3: Seal & Finishing Touches

Once you have applied all the lash clusters, use the Seal end of your Doll Trick Stick. Apply like mascara, starting at the base. Avoid the end of your natural/cluster lashes to maintain wispyness & look of lashes.

After the lash clusters have set, curl your lashes! This will create a seamless and voluminous look.


When it's time to remove the lash clusters, gently soak a cotton pad with an oil-based makeup remover. Place the cotton pad on your closed eye and hold it there for a few seconds to allow the remover to dissolve the adhesive. Gently wipe away the lash clusters, starting from the outer corner and moving inwards.

Remember to be gentle when removing the lash clusters to avoid pulling out your natural lashes.