What should I do to prepare for eyelash extensions?

What should you not do before eyelash extensions?

TOO MUCH humidity will shock the adhesive and cause premature lash loss. Showers, steam, saunas, and crying are not permitted for the initial 24-48 hours after application. (Personal tip: I shower and wash my hair the morning before an appointment and take a bath for the next 2 days.)

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.

Can you sleep while getting eyelash extensions?

Absolutely! Some lash artists prefer when their clients fall asleep. Don’t worry about falling asleep, your lash artist wants you to be as comfortable as possible during your appointment!

How do you shower with eyelash extensions?

After the 48 hour period, you’re safe to shower again. It’s a myth that you should never get your eyelash extensions wet once having a new set, in-fact quite the opposite! Top tip: When showering, don’t position your head in the full strength of water flow. Let the water instead run down your face.

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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.

What ingredients to avoid with lash extensions?

Avoid anything with PEG (Polyethylene Glycol), Hexalene Glycol, Butylene or Propylene Glycol), which are often found in oil-free removers—they can break down the lash adhesive.

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