If you want to get the most out of your eyelash extensions, it is important to properly care for them. Lash extensions that are not properly cared for will fall out sooner and can even be the cause of irritation for the eyes. In order to maintain good ocular health, as well as lengthen the life of your extensions, it is imperative that you practice proper maintenance of your eyelash extensions. If you properly care for your extensions, they will likely remain in place until the natural lashes that hold them fall out.
The beauty of eyelash extensions is that they are fairly maintenance free. There is not a whole lot that needs to be done in order to facilitate their upkeep. After all, they are just an extension of the natural lash. They are designed to enhance your eyes and add a thicker, fuller look to the eyelashes. If you follow a few simple rules, you will be able to easily maintain your lash extensions and keep them much longer.
Not only is rubbing your eyes harmful to the health of your eyes, but it can also rip your extensions out or remove your natural lashes (and the extensions bonded to them). Rubbing your eyes can introduce diseases into the eyes and damage them. And it can damage the look you have achieved by causing extensions to fall.
Part of good maintenance is a neat appearance. Gently using an eyelash brush will help improve the look and length of the natural lashes as well as the lash extensions. Additionally, it will keep lashes and extensions from clumping or sticking together.
Most people are so pleased with the look of their eyelash extensions that they do not feel that the use of mascara is warranted or necessary. However, it is possible to use mascara when you have extensions; it should be water based, however, and not waterproof. Waterproof mascara’s agents interfere with the adhesive used on semi permanent eyelash extensions and can cause the bonding solution to become compromised, resulting in the fall of your extensions.
Additionally, oil-based beauty products should not be used around the eyes while you are wearing extensions. This includes makeup, makeup remover, skin creams, and cleansers. These will interfere with the bonding and cause the eyelash extensions to fall out.
No but the glue that is used has flumes so when you open your eyes, it will burn for a few seconds but your therapist will assist you by applying so eye drops in your eyes as well.
Yes,but only on the tips of the lashes