How do I take care of my eyelash extensions?

Eyelash extensions aftercare within the first 24-48 hours

  1. Refrain from picking at them.
  2. Treat them gently with care.
  3. Avoid your favourite tear-jerker as it’s no tears during the cure period!
  4. Try not to sleep on them, sleep on your back for the first day to ensure that the glue isn’t tampered with.

Can I shower with lash extensions?

You should try to avoid getting your new lashes wet within the first 48 hours. The water will react with the eyelash extension glue and cause a flash cure. Basically, water will cause the lash bond to become brittle and break. After the 48 hour period, you’re safe to shower again.

Do and don’ts after eyelash extensions?

Do: Avoid H20. Steer clear of the wet stuff at least 24 – 48 hours after your lash application.

  • Don’t: Touch them!
  • Do: Say Goodbye Formaldehyde.
  • Do: Keep Them in Shape.
  • Don’t: Slap on the facial oils and heavy moisturisers.
  • Don’t: Apply Mascara.
  • Do: Refill every 2-3 weeks.
  • Can you wash your eyes with eyelash extensions?

    Do NOT rub your eyes vigorously while cleansing – clean your lash extensions with light fingertip pressure only. I recommend using a cleansing brush like the ones I sell to my clients. It doesn’t take much to cause damage to your lashes, so always be gentle!

    Why do my lash extensions only last a week?

    Your lash extensions only last a week! This often happens when not enough lash extensions have been applied. If you think you’ve found the cheapest technician around then the chances are they aren’t spending enough time during the appointment to provide a long lasting, full lash effect.

    What happens if you cry with eyelash extensions?

    Lash extensions are water-resistant. It is very important to not cry during the process as crying can spread the glue/vapors causing irritation. Crying during the process will also make it very difficult for the glue to dry and bond the extension to your lashes.

    How do you sleep with eyelash extensions?

    Resting your head and lashes on a silk pillowcase is ideal when you have eyelash extensions. Not only will it allow your lashes and the extensions themselves to glide on the surface while you sleep, but you will also avoid any lashes getting caught or pulled like when you use a cotton pillowcase.

    What should you not do with eyelash extensions?

    1. Don’t Wear Eye Makeup To The Appointment.
    2. Don’t Sleep On Your Stomach.
    3. Don’t Go For Hot Treatments.
    4. Don’t Rub Your Eyes.
    5. Don’t Use Abrasive Materials To Clean Lashes.
    6. Don’t Let Hair Products Seep Onto Lashes.
    7. Don’t Use A Lash Curler.
    8. Don’t Get Cheap Lash Extensions.

    Why do I have crust on my eyelash extensions?

    Your lash artist will be checking for any signs of blepharitis, which can be comprised of bacteria, demodex or both. Here, the waxy, cylindrical appearance of the eyelid debris indicates a demodex mite infestation.

    Are lash extensions still popular 2021?

    Lash extensions will be one of the best makeup trends in 2021. Instead of opting for the clumpy mascara look of the early 2000s, or the dramatic addition of false eyelashes, “fluttery lashes” with a more natural finish will be all the rage.

    What are the best eyelashes extensions?

    Best Eyelash Extensions for Women in 2019 10. Ardell Multipack Demi Wispies Fake Eyelashes 9. Bluelans 10 Pairs Long Cross False Eyelashes 8. Nails Gaga False Eyelashes 7. DPNY Eyelash Extensions 6. C3 Fashion Eyelash Extensions 5. Iris in Paris Professional False Eyelashes with Glue Set 4. DragonPad Natural Soft Eyelash Extensions

    How often should eyelash extensions be replaced?

    Since each lash extension is attached to a single eyelash, they will fall out naturally along with the natural growth cycle of each lash. We recommend a touch-up every three to four weeks.

    Can eyelash extensions harm my eyes?

    Wearing the occasional set of eyelash extensions probably won’t cause any harm to your eyes, but frequent use can irritate your eyelids. Not only can the adhesive used to attach the lashes be harsh on the tissues surrounding the eye, over time, the extensions can cause blepharitis, an inflammation of the eyelid that can also hinder tear production.