LASH EXTENSIONS ARE SAFE
following guidelines and properly caring for the new extensions daily, these women can safely make lash extensions an integral part of their beauty regimen. If you take care of your lash, it will safe.
Are you satisfied with your natural lashes?
No, look at your lashes. Do they lack that perfect curl, thickness, and lush look that you truly crave? Or anyone talks about your eyelash that is so beautiful, don’t you? If you’ve always wished that your lashes had more to offer, then it’s a safe bet that you should probably consider a trip to your local eyelash extension salon.
Color lash extensions, once used for only a few eccentric clients, will be embraced by a more general population. A big makeup trend in colorful eyeshadow and eyeliner makes this transition easier for many as color lashes will blend in with their whimsical backgrounds instead of standing out too much on their own.
How lash extension procedure is done by the lash artists? With the help of fine tweezers, the professional dip the edge of a fake eyelash in a bonding agent and then applies it to a natural lash. It is attached one millimeter over the core of your natural lash. To get the best results, lashes need to be attached independently. The entire process takes 1 to 3 hours depending on how denser you want your lashes to be.
There are three main reasons why the price of a full set or a refill differs between lash technicians.
A recent graduate of lash extension training will start at about 50% of what a seasoned lash artist will be charging. New lashers will be slower, extremely cautious, and a little nervous. They may not be getting the maximum number of lashes that a seasoned lash artist will.
As it turns out, lash extensions are tough enough to withstand almost any activity!
ACTIVITIES LIKE MARATHONS.
Millions of us jog, hike, or engage in grueling activities like marathons. That’s a sweat-inducing business, so it’s only natural to wonder whether the dampness will negatively impact your extensions. And you’ve probably heard that lash extensions aren’t supposed to get wet, so your concerns are indeed legitimate.
Try not to touch them much, particularly during the first few hours.
Keep them as dry as possible for at least 24-36 hours. ( use only lukewarm water, and keep water off your eyes).
Try to stay out of the heat. This also includes avoiding steamy environments, very hot showers, spas, saunas, etc. for 24 hours as a minimum.
After the 24-hour mark, they are technically waterproof, but they probably won’t last quite as long as if you didn’t.
Make sure you are using oil-free products on your face, particularly eye makeup removers and cleansers.
Clean them properly, at least a few times a week with a foaming lash cleanser.