What is good to clean eyelash extensions with?
Apply our oil-free lash foaming cleanser onto a clean facial eye cleanser brush and gently wash in a downward motion over the eyelid and lash line. Rinse with fresh water until all product is removed. TIP: Never rub back and forth as this will be too harsh on the lash extensions.
What should you not use to clean eyelash extensions?
You should never use glycerin and oil products while cleaning lashes. These products break down lash glue and cause the detachment of eyelashes. Oil products can be in the form of shampoos, eye creams, conditioners, cleansers, spray toners, moisturizers, to name a few.
What happens if you don’t clean your eyelash extensions?
Once applied, lash extensions perform that same task. Only here’s the difference, if you’re not washing your lash extensions what happens to the bacteria your eyes pick up every day? That’s right. Bacteria will start to build upon your extensions!
How often should you clean your eyelash extensions?
When should you clean your lash extensions?
- Clean your lash extensions at least every other day – or every day if you’re an eye makeup wearer or have oily skin or eyelids.
- I recommend cleaning lash extensions at night to remove the days facial oils, dust, dirt and makeup.
How do I fix my eyelash extensions after sleeping?
Resting your head and lashes on a silk pillowcase is ideal when you have eyelash extensions. Not only will it allow your lashes and the extensions themselves to glide on the surface while you sleep, but you will also avoid any lashes getting caught or pulled like when you use a cotton pillowcase.
How do you deep clean fake eyelashes?
Get a special cleanser for eyes or you can use baby shampoo (something gentle that won’t irritate your eyes) to wash the eye area. Be careful not to pull when washing as you might lose or weaken lashes if you do. Remove all make-up or even use coconut oil to get rid of that residue.
Can I use CeraVe to clean my eyelash extensions?
With eyelash extensions you want to wash your face around your lashes. … I carefully remove face wash (I’ve been using CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser for years now) from all around my face without splashing my eyes. I often use a face cloth instead of rinsing my face.