No, it won’t. In fact, you won’t even feel your extensions getting removed! The only time it hurts or damaging your natural lashes (natural lashes falling off together) is when the lash extensions were applied in the wrong method in the first place.
Are eyelash extensions hard to remove?
Although you might be desperate to remove all of the remaining lashes at once, it’s impossible to do on your own, and the last thing you should do is take out the tweezer. “Pulling out lashes that are in the early stages of growth might cause gaps that take a long time to regenerate,” says Ciulei Marin. The good news?
How long does it take to remove eyelash extensions?
Professional eyelash extension glue is made of chemical ingredients to soften the hard bonds from the lash extension glue so that extensions slide off safely. Removing lash extensions is a pretty quick and painless process that requires less than 10 minutes of time when it’s done by a certified professional.
Can you use olive oil to remove eyelash extensions?
Next, you’re gonna need some olive oil. This many sound odd, but the oil works well to break down the adhesive used to stick the lashes to your lash line. Apply some oil to a cotton ball, and gently wipe it onto your lashes (try not to get any in your eyes!)
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 do professionals use to remove eyelash extensions?
The most common method is using coconut oil or olive oil to break down the lash adhesive. That being said, it is always best to have your lashes removed by a professional to avoid any damage to your natural lashes. Professionals use a special remover designed to soften the adhesive bond.
Can I use coconut oil to remove eyelash extensions?
Like olive oil, coconut oil is also a natural product you can use for the removal of eyelash extensions. The process is easy and involves holding a coconut oil soaked cotton pad on the eyelash glue for 3 minutes while keeping the eyes closed.