With a little patience, you can trim your false eyelashes to a completely customized length. Be conservative with your cuts and cut little by little because you don't want to trim your lashes too much. While you trim, be sure to test the fit of the lashes by placing them over the top of your existing lashes. Remove false eyelashes from the eye.
Use small scissors to cut the extra length of the eyelash strip, from each end. If you have conical false eyelashes, cut your lashes longer and keep your lashes shorter. This will give your lashes a smoother, more natural look. Even if you're not lucky enough to have long, bulky lashes, a pair of false lashes can help you achieve that look.
Since everyone's eyes are different and eyelashes usually come in one-size-fits-all packages, it's common to have to cut the tip of a new pair of false eyelashes a little before applying them. Fortunately, customizing your false eyelashes is quick and easy with just a pair of tweezers and a few cuts with small, sharp scissors. To get the most natural look and a comfortable fit for your false lashes, you may need to trim them before using them.