Applying mink false lashes can be a difficult task at first but with some practice the process can get much easier. You need to start out with several pairs in case you get them all glued and stuck together. Buy cheap ones at the beginning and then move on to more expensive ones once you know what you are doing. You also need to buy the glue separately as any glue that comes with the lashes is best used only for emergencies. The glue comes in a bottle similar to that of nail polish with a small brush.Dveeu
The next step is to apply eyeliner and get as close to the line of the mink false lashes as possible. Then take the lashes and hold each one up to the eye and cut a small amount off the end so as not to bother the inside of your eye. Cut the same amount off each one and lay the mink false lashes next to each other.
Then take out the glue and apply as close to the lash line as possible, using the eyeliner as a guide. Apply the lash to the eye by pressing down in the middle and then working with a toothpick to help apply pressure on either side and inside and outside working your way out to the end of the eye. When done, hold your fingers down on the inner and outer edges to make sure the mink false lashesare adhering completely. Now repeat the procedure for the other eye.
Once you’ve done, you’re free to take lots of lovely photos. You may then want to transfer them to your computer. Easy.
Photos taken on a digital camera are typically stored on a memory card. You can transfer photos from your camera to a computer by connecting the camera to the computer and downloading the photos.
In order to connect your camera to a computer you need a USB or Universal Serial Bus Cable. Most cameras come with a USB connector and there are usually several USB ports on a computer. Take one end of the USB cable and plug it into the camera and take the other end and plug it into the computer. As long as both the computer and camera are on, the camera will appear as an external hard drive on the computer screen. If you are using a Windows PC, some versions of Windows will automatically detect the attachment of the camera and ask what you would like to do with the files. They can then be copied onto your computer’s hard drive into a folder designated for photos with the regular copy command used in Windows or with special programs that can be set up to automatically copy files to a computer once a camera is connected.
On a Macintosh, the camera appears as icon on the desktop and photos can be copied to the hard drive in a similar fashion.