Sacred Lashes Aniveego is part of the newest range by Lola Maja
We launched in 2010 as the first Nigerian owned Professional Lash Brand. Our aim was to deliver the finest quality to customers and fellow makeup artists at an affordable price.
Our lashes are comparable to well known International brands without the heavy price tag. You can choose from either as single style packs or set of 5s which are our best value sets.
Aniveego is perfect for clients who want a look that is dark and dramatic but not too heavy.
If you love Sacred Lashes Aniveego style then why not try one of her sisters (Literally, each lash is named after Lola’s sisters & friends).
Careful.. our Lashes are addictive.
Check Fit: Align band with your natural lash line and measure the length against your eye. You can trim any excess if necessary.
Apply Adhesive: Apply a thin line of adhesive along band. Wait a few seconds for glue to become sticky before you attempt to apply the Lashes to avoid the lashes lifting.
Apply Lashes: Secure lash band by pressing onto lash line, and hold for a few seconds for it to dry.
Remove lashes gently from tray with your hands or tweezers, do not tug on the hair, only handle from the band.
To get the best results, we’d always advise you to apply our lashes after all you’ve applied all your other eye makeup.
We would strongly recommend using Duo Glue with our lashes. We love Duo because it’s hypoallergenic and it turns into rubber once it dries it makes removing the Lashes pain free! This also means that you can reuse our lashes again and again!
Simply peel them off and clean the lash band. Remove any residue glue. Any eye shadow that might have fallen onto your lashes can easily be cleaned using a cotton bud and some warm water. Ben the lashes and apply a thin layer of glue along the band. You can now stick them back into the case for safe keeping.
Enjoy your Sacred Lashes Yemisi – we’d love to hear any reviews.
For more advice on how to apply your Sacred Lashes, we’ve added a great little video to help you along! We’ll try to film an updated version soon, so if you’d like any advice or suggest any topics for our Youtube we’d love to hear your feedback.