Eyelash extensions give the appearance of long and thick lashes, adding length and volume to your natural lashes. In lash extensions, synthetic monofilament polyester filaments are applied to the lashes to create a fuller, longer, and semi-permanent look, which means they can last for several weeks before tinting is required.
Eyelash extensions are comprised of single-curved synthetic lashes that come in a variety of lengths, colors, and thicknesses, allowing for a look that ranges from very subtle and natural to extremely dramatic. An eyelash extension specialist applies the extension to each eyelash individually. On average, it takes a professional one to two hours to apply a full set of lashes.
How long does the eyelash extension last?
There are many types of false Lash extensions kit to choose from today. Each type of extension has its strengths and weaknesses; depending on how long it takes to apply them and how long they will remain relevant until it is time to remove them. It also really depends on how fast the natural lashes grow and fall out. Usually, the lashes are covered for 30 to 60 days, with one or two of them falling out almost every day. That being said, these lashes will last about four weeks, so you will need to change them every 30 days.
Benefits of eyelash extension
Eyelash extensions have many benefits, but most of them are cosmetic. For example, adding these lashes will make your lashes thicker and longer while maintaining their natural texture. Thicker lashes make your eyes look fuller and wider as if they are enlarged. It draws a lot of attention to your eyes. It’s also great for people with droopy eyelids, as long lashes make them look fresher.
Eyelash care the first night
The first 24 hours after lash extensions are by far the most important period. Since each lash is professionally applied one at a time, you must give the adhesive enough time to form a strong bond. This means no showering or jumping in the pool for at least a day. I often tell my clients not to wear greasy makeup and instead go for water-based products. Harsh chemicals, sprays, and oils tend to dissolve the delicate binders that hold lashes together. Another tip is to sleep on your back as much as possible the first night. Rolling your head on a pillow is a sure way to make your eyelashes fall out. I would also recommend wearing glasses instead of contact lenses for the first day.
Things to remember before and after treatment
Always make sure your lashes are clean before adding false lashes, which means they shouldn’t be left with makeup, dirt, or oil that could ruin the glue. After completing the procedure, it is recommended to refrain from washing your face for four hours, as contact with water will ruin the glue. Many estheticians will also advise people to stay away from saunas, baths, and swimming pools for a few days after the renewal procedure. Women are also advised to stay away from eyelash curlers as they tend to split the lashes and it is not necessary to curl them because they are already curled. If you want to use mascara, make sure it’s water-based.