The easiest way to apply false strip lashes is to first make sure that your natural lashes are clean and free of any makeup or oil. This will help the lash adhesive to stick better and will prevent the false lashes from looking clumpy or uneven.
Next, hold the false lashes up to your eye to measure the length and make any necessary trimming adjustments. It's important to make sure that the lashes are the right length for your eyes, as too-long lashes can be difficult to apply and can look unnatural.
Once you have the lashes trimmed to the desired length, apply a thin line of lash adhesive to the lash band, starting at the center and working your way out to the corners. Be sure to use enough adhesive to secure the lashes, but not so much that it becomes visibly clumpy or messy.
Once the adhesive has had a few moments to become tacky, carefully place the lash strip onto your natural lashes, starting at the center and working your way out to the corners. Use a small pair of tweezers or your fingers to gently press the lashes into place, making any necessary adjustments to ensure that they are even and aligned with your natural lashes.
Once the lashes are in place, use an eyelash curler to gently curl your natural and false lashes together. This will help to blend the two together and create a more natural and seamless look.