If you have inadequate eyelashes and would like to get fuller, darker and longer lashes, you can combine the use of Latisse with the use of eyelash extensions. … Always apply Latisse at nighttime if you plan on using eyelash extension during the day. Trace the outline of your upper eye with the applicator.
Can you use eyelash growth serum with extensions?
It is so important when wearing eyelash extensions to take good care of your natural lashes with the help of our lash extension serum! If you have been wearing eyelash extensions for a year or longer, we highly recommend using a growth serum or an after-lash extension conditioner to maintain your eyelash health.
What to avoid when you have lash 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!)
Does Latisse make your eyes turn brown?
LATISSE® use may cause darkening of the eyelid skin which may be reversible. LATISSE® use may also cause increased brown pigmentation of the colored part of the eye which is likely to be permanent. While very infrequent, increased iris pigmentation has occurred when LATISSE® was administered.
How do I get the best results from Latisse?
“Be regimented with it. If you only do it once in awhile—say, using it once a week—it doesn’t give the greatest results,” she says of the solution that is proven to provide semi-permanent results. Gina recommends applying Latisse every night before bed to make the most of your lash growth.
Should I give my lashes a break from extensions?
Should You Give Your Natural Lashes a Break Between Extensions? “It’s not necessary to give your lashes a break since your natural hair growth cycle occurs every six to eight weeks,” says Richardson. “To keep your lashes looking their best, you should get refills every three to four weeks.
How can I grow my eyelashes with extensions?
As long as you wash your natural lashes and take care of your lash extensions, you are sure to see lash growth. Lashes grow and shed naturally; but promoting lash retention and growth can be done by brushing regularly, taking vitamins and adding natural oils into your lash care regimen.
Are lash serums dangerous?
There can be risks associated with lash boosting products, including: Allergic reaction to ingredients. Unwanted hair growth on spots other than the lash line where serum has made contact. Dry, itchy, and/or red eyes.
Does anything work as well as Latisse?
Revitalash is an over-the-counter lash growth formula that contains a smaller amount of the prostaglandin latanoprost. This works the same as the active ingredient in Latisse (Latisse has the patent on theirs) but is found in a smaller amount, which is why it is available without a prescription.
What happens when you stop using Latisse?
When you stop using Latisse, your eyelashes will eventually return to their original appearance. Potential side effects of Latisse include: Redness of the thin tissue over the white part of the eye (conjunctiva) Itchy, red eyes.
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!
Does crying ruin 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 often should I brush my lash extensions?
To take care of your eyelash extensions, brush your lashes daily to prevent crisscrossing. A simple 15–20 second sweep through your lashes in the morning will put stray lashes in their place.