To maintain a full, soft and lush look, we recommend only 1 set of refills (or in rare cases an absolute maximum of two) in between each full set.
When should you get a new set of lashes?
As eyelash extensions are bonded to the natural lash, we recommend lash infills are carried out every 2-3 weeks to keep the set of eyelash extensions looking full. By this time, the new lashes which were too short to apply extensions to when you last had your lashes done will now be a healthy lash.
How many times can you get a lash infill?
Infills are advised every 3 weeks but we all differ in growth rates and hair shedding. If you are a new client who has just has a full set then we would strongly suggest an infill at 3 weeks however some clients will go to 4 weeks. Lash extensions that have grown 2-3mm from the lash line will need removing.
How many lash extensions make a full set?
You’ll know exactly what they’re getting and what to expect. 50 lashes per eye can be considered a full set for some and only be a partial set for others. A skilled eyelash technician should be able look at your natural lashes and then determine what a full set is FOR YOU.
How many eyelashes do you lose a day with extensions?
Before a natural lash even falls out at maturity a new lash has already started its growing phase in its place. This process is nonstop, with people shedding anywhere from 1 to 5 natural eyelashes each day. This means that you could lose 1 to 5 eyelash extensions per day.
How long do lash fills take?
How long does a fill take? Refills usually take 45 – 60 minutes and do not require as much effort as full application.
Do you prime lashes before Infills?
It’s all uphill fromhere;-D, but before you start reapplying new extension, remember to clean and prime lashes with micro-brushes, exactly the same way as with full set! If youare a beginner you would probably like to repeat the mapping.
Is it normal to have 3 rows of eyelashes?
Background and History: Eye lashes do not always grow in the proper direction and in some individuals there may be several rows instead of just one. In rare cases there may be two or even three rows. A German ophthalmologist named Blatt in 1924 first described individuals with two rows of eyelashes.