Truthfully, any lash can be multi-use so long as it is removed properly.
Step 1: Don’t Pull
I recommend waiting to pull on your false lash until after applying makeup remover.
Step 2: Makeup Remover
I prefer a Q-tip dipped in solution but a wipe will also suffice. Gently rub the remover over the lash line, slowly massaging into the glue between the false lash and the lid.
Step 3: Under the Lashes
Remover can even be used on the under side of the lashes as well. In fact, this is where most of the glue is. Gently run remove back and forth, and then in an upwards motion in sections along eye. Be careful to not rub any remover into the eye - this is where it can get tricky.
Step 4: Then Pull Now
that you have gently loosened the lash, you can try to slowly pull it up until it gives. But if it isn’t ready to give, repeat the above steps until it does. Step 5: Rinse and Repeat Follow the same steps for eye number deux and voilà! Your de-transformation is complete.
Step 6: Preserve Lash
Be sure to take off any excess glue to keep bacteria at bay and to get the most use out of your lash in the future.