What You Need To Know About Eyelash Extensions

Since the beginning of time, women have been using artificial means to enhance the appearance of their eyes. The most recent advancement in women’s eyelashes has been the development of extensions for eyelashes.

But there are some things that you must know before you walk into an eyelash extension salon to get those beautiful eyes. They are as follows:

How Heavy Are Eyelash Extensions?

Eyelash extensions weigh practically nothing, so there is less chance of the lid becoming exhausted.

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What’s the Process of Putting them on?

A professional beautician will inspect your eyelashes with care to choose the ones most likely to create an ideal base for your extension. Every eyelash extension is glued to the existing hair using glue that is specially designed for. Each eyelid requires 50-100 extensions to make an eyelash that looks real.

How to Take Care of this?

Within the initial 24 hours after application, it is important to stay clear of contact with water so that the glue to your natural eyelash is established properly. Afterward, avoid using oil-based eye makeup or removers, as oil can reduce the strength of the glue.

Can a person swim In The Water Wearing These?

The simple answer is yes but it is recommended to stay clear of exposure to water during the first 24 hours following the time they’ve been applied in order for the glue used to adhere effectively to the natural eyelash.

Do These Effects Affect My Eyes?

If one is not sensitive to fiber that is used to make these extensions or even to the glue used to attach the extensions to eyelashes, there should not be any adverse negative effects.

If you have an allergy to certain substances or materials, it is important to mention this before any eyelash extensions are applied.