Eyelash extensions don’t hurt when applied properly by a certified professional who uses high-quality products. Any pain experienced during or after the appointment should be immediately communicated to the lash stylist for a resolution.
How should eyelash extensions feel?
When you go to a licensed and trained stylist, there should never be any pain involved in a proper eyelash extension application. As a matter of fact, it’s a very relaxing experience for our guests; they’ll lie back in luxury, rest…and even nap!
Why do my lash extensions feel uncomfortable?
“There are two reasons why extensions may hurt. The most common reason is that they were not applied properly,” Ice writes. “The second reason would be a sensitivity or allergy to the lash adhesive. … Lash extensions should not be painful so if they are hurting, have them removed by a professional.”
How can I make my lash extensions more comfortable?
Do relax and wear something comfortable – you’ll be lying down on a massage bed for over an hour depending on whether you have a half set or full set of semi-permanent lashes, so make sure you don your comfiest clothing.
Why do fake lashes feel heavy?
It is because dramatic lashes are made full of volume which equals more weight on the eyes, you may feel as you are stacking 2 pairs of eyelashes on 1 eye. If you have never worn false eyelashes before, wearing 1 pair already feeling “different”, imagine wearing 2 pairs on 1 eye.
Why do eyelashes hurt after eyelash extensions?
Too much glue
If your eyes get bloodshot red or feel sore the day after your appointment, you should see an optometrist. If your eyes sting every time you get your eyelashes wet, then it’s a telltale sign that your lash artist used too much glue. When applied properly, eyelash extensions are completely waterproof.
Do and don’ts for eyelash extensions?
Lash Extensions: Do’s and Don’ts According to an Expert
- DON’T get your extensions wet for 24-48 hours after application. …
- DO make sure your lash artist uses individual lashes, NOT clusters. …
- DON’T use oily products near your eyes. …
- DO take care of your natural lashes. …
- DON’T forget to brush your lashes.
What are the negatives of eyelash extensions?
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the main risks associated with eyelash extensions are:
- temporary or permanent loss of eyelashes.
- skin irritation of the eyelid.
- infection of the eyelid or cornea.
What happens if I cry after getting 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.