DIY False Eyelash Cleaning


The bane of my existence… cleaning my eyelashes! But I have discovered a new method that makes this whole process less tedious.

What you’ll need:

  • Your used false lashes 
  • Rubbing alcohol (I use 70%)
  • A small dish or bowl 
  • Original eyelash tray that your lashes came in

The process:

  • First place your lashes into a small bowl/dish.
  • Next, pour rubbing alcohol into the bowl/dish until your lashes are completely submerged.
  • Leave them soaking for a few moments.
  • Next, gently remove mascara and glue with your fingers.
  • Once clean, place the eyelashes back in their original tray to maintain their shape.
  • That’s it!

Happy cleaning!! 🙂

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    Thred Up

    With National Recycling Week coming to a close, I wanted to share a secondhand clothing app that you can send your retired apparel into as well as purchase from… like an online Goodwill, but so much better because you can get cash for your donated clothing.

    So Thred Up is an online fashion resale app that sells secondhand apparel for women and children. You can purchase gently used and brand new (with tags attached) items for up to 90% off of what they originally sold for in stores. 


    They also buy secondhand clothing items as well, which is perfect for when you need to clean out your closet. You order a “clean out” kit, fill it up, and send it in. I’ve sent in three bags as of this post and have received somewhere in the ballpark of $30. Not much, true… but it was for items that I wasn’t ever going to wear again, so looking at it in that perspective, it’s a pretty good deal. A cleaner closet and an extra $30 bucks.


    So get those closets cleaned out and replace some unwanted clothes with something new.

    🙂 thanks for reading!