Yes, eyelash extensions are for everyone. Very fair people can have a lash tint prior to the application of extensions. Those with shorter and finer lashes can have more light weight lash extensions applied.
How short can eyelashes be for extensions?
There are countless lash lengths to choose from for extensions that typically range from lengths 8-15. Depending on where you go, some will have more or less, but this range is pretty standard anywhere you go.
Do you need long eyelashes for eyelash extensions?
“Wearing lashes that are too long or too thick for your lashes can actually cause damage in the long run, so you need to make sure your extensions aren’t too much longer or thicker than your natural lashes.”
Do I have enough lashes for extensions?
Generally, if you have natural eyelashes, you can get lash extensions. If your natural lashes are in optimal health and you do not have any hair-loss conditions, sensitivities or allergies (we’re sharing more on this below), then you should have no problem being able to get lash extensions!
Why are eyelashes short after extensions?
Your false lashes will start to fall off, which creates opportunities to pick them off. … If you’ve ever had your eyelash extensions grow out naturally, you might notice that your lashes look extra stubby and short – this is most likely because your lashes broke when the lash extension came off!
What can’t you do with eyelash extensions?
Don’t: Touch them!
Avoid plucking, pulling, yanking and twisting your lashes. If you need them gone, book in for a professional removal to have them removed safely. If not you can damage your natural lashes causing baldness (no thanks!)
Who Cannot have eyelash extensions?
The following clients may not wear eyelash extensions:
Sensitive eyes (itchy eyes, seasonal hay fever etc.) could cause lashes to fall off prematurely. Any allergies such as latex or acrylates (acrylic nails) and lashes are not recommended.
How much should lash extensions cost?
How much do eyelash extensions cost? Lash extensions range in cost, depending on the type of material used. But generally, an initial full-set lash application will cost somewhere between $150-$200. Monthly maintenance and refills, however, will run anywhere from $55-$65 per session.