The frequency of touch-up appointments for lash extensions will depend on a few factors, including the type of lash extensions you have, how fast your natural lashes grow, and how well you maintain your extensions.
As a general guideline, most lash technicians recommend scheduling touch-up appointments every 2-4 weeks. This is because lash extensions typically last for the full growth cycle of your natural lashes, which is around 6-8 weeks. However, since your natural lashes shed and grow at different rates, some of your lash extensions may fall out or grow out of place before others.
During a touch-up appointment, your lash technician will remove any lash extensions that have fallen out or grown out of place and replace them with new ones. They may also add additional lash extensions to fill in any gaps or to create a fuller look.
It’s important to follow your lash technician’s recommendations for touch-up appointments to ensure that your extensions remain looking their best. Waiting too long between touch-ups can result in more extensive lash loss, which may require a full set to be reapplied. On the other hand, scheduling touch-up appointments too frequently can be costly and may not allow enough time for your natural lashes to fully grow back.
Lucy’s lashes always pays attention to the material of the lashes, whether to use natural or synthetic fibers, which lash material will be suitable for your eyes, and the need to choose a lash adhesive that ensures eye safety and provides long-lasting wear.
Lucy’s Lashes at Orange
772 N Tustin st,
Orange, CA 92867