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  • Co-wash the hair before installed. Don't cut the weft, it leads to shedding. If you must cut for installation, please seal the ends.
  • Don’t brush hair from the root to the end directly and handle gently. Brush the hair starting from end section: first 2” to end, then 4” to end, then 6, 8, 10” etc.
  • Don’t put excessive heat on the hair, it will cause split-ends and breaking of hairs.
  • Curly/wavy needs more care than straight. Never brush hair too strongly, that will definitely lead to shedding and breaking of the hair. And they come back wavy/curly after washing, but might become loose, please put hair conditioner to make the curl/ wave better.
  • Always keep the curly and kinky curly moisturized with leave - in curl activators or the hairs will get dry, frizzy and tangle. Never comb them unless they are wet and contains conditioners.
  • Get professional coloring services when coloring the hairs, since not all the colors take easily.
  • Test a small strip of the hairs before coloring.
  • Deep condition if you intend to dye the hair, since it is chemical procedure. To maintain longevity of the hair it is advised not to dye if intended for long term wear.


  • GENTLE IS KEY. Handle these lashes with care and they will go a long way for you. When removing them from the clear tray, use your fingers to gently push the band down and away from the adhesive.
  • KEEP THEM FREE OF ANY EXCESS PRODUCT. If you like mascara, only apply it to your own natural lashes first, wait a few seconds for it to dry and then apply your Royal mink lashes. This will preserve the natural and soft tapered-off effect.
  • GENTLE REMOVING PROCESS. When you are ready to remove the lashes, take a cotton swab dipped in some makeup remover and dab the band area, wait a few seconds for the glue to dissolve and then slowly bringing it down from the band area. If you notice the band is still attached to your skin, dab a little more makeup remover and repeat the same steps. Try not to peel them off.
  • CLEAN BAND. Make sure you remove the glue completely from the lash band after each use. Using a tweezer will help with the glue removal process. We find that glue tends to be difficult to remove over time if it is not removed immediately. By following these simple steps, you will have lashes that last.