FAKE eyelashes are great for a night out – but once you've peeled off the mascara-clogged strip after hours of wear, they're never quite the same.
But now, cleaning gurus have come up with the ultimate hack to transform your lashes and make them as good as new.
Thanks to Facebook group, 5-Minute Crafts, you no longer need to chuck out your fake lashes after one or two wears.
Using just micellar water, they've come up with the ultimate hack to remove clogged mascara and glue.
Simply pour some micellar water into a bowl and pop your lashes in.
Leave them to soak for around 15 minutes.
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With its anti-clump, low wax formula, this iconic mascara reigns supreme.
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- Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara, £8.99, Superdrug – buy now
Once the lashes have soaked, place them on tissue or kitchen roll to soak up the excess water before gently combing them through with a mascara wand.
The end result is pretty impressive, with the lashes looking as good as new in less than half an hour.
It's a pretty simple trick – and with fake eyelashes costing around £5 per pack, it'll certainly save you some pennies.
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