You may have developed Blepharitis! Blepharitis commonly occurs when the tiny oil glands of the inner eyelid become inflamed, Symptoms include red, itchy eyelids that may look greasy and crusted. If you do end up seeing a doctor he/she will probably tell you that you have an infection..
Do you have to clean lash extensions?
We recommend you clean your extensions at least 2 – 3 times a week. However, if you want to keep your lashes super fresh and fluffy you should clean them every day especially if you wear eye makeup or have oily skin. … You should also clean them if any salt, sweat or oils get onto your extensions.
Why is it important to clean your lash extensions?
When you clean your lashes regularly, you are helping to keep your natural oils at bay. Cleansing regularly also helps prevent premature lash shedding. Cleanse your lashes daily with a gentle, lash extension-friendly cleanser and make sure it’s oil- and alcohol-free!
How do you know if your eyelash extensions are dirty?
Signs your extensions are applied poorly or could be better!
- You are UNABLE to brush through your extensions. …
- The application BURNS your eyes, throughout and after the process. …
- Your eyelash extensions poke and irritate your eyes. …
- Your full set is completed within 1 hour.
Should I brush my eyelash extensions when wet?
Do not brush the eyelash extensions when they are wet. Water adds extra weight to hair, when brushing lashes wet you might accidentally pull them. Never attempt to remove eyelash extensions or add more hairs by yourself, you are likely to damage your natural lashes hairs or glue them together.
Do you put eyelash extensions on every lash?
Taking too much time to isolate the “perfect lash”.
Well, this is actually very common. A lot of new lash artists look for an ideal natural lash to apply the extension to – always keep in mind that every lash needs an extension applying to it, so it really doesn’t matter which lash you choose to do first.
Why lash extensions are bad?
When correctly applied by a licensed and trained professional, eyelash extensions are a safe way to enhance the look of natural lashes. When incorrectly applied or with the wrong adhesive, they can cause discomfort, infection, and permanent lash loss. … They attach directly to your natural lashes, one at a time.