Everything You Need To Know Before Applying Eyelashes Extension
Most women do not have the time or patience to wear mink lashes every day. (We hardly have enough time to use eyelash curlers!) Therefore, it is not surprising that Eyelash Extensions have become more and more popular in recent years.
What Are The Most Common Types Of Eyelash Extensions?
There are three types of Eyelash Extensions: synthetic, silk and mink.
The length of the eyelashes varies from 6 mm to 17 mm. Once selected, a specially formulated semi-permanent glue is used to apply one eyelash at a time. This glue will not irritate the eyes or damage the natural eyelashes. However, since allergic reactions are possible, there are different types of glues depending on the individual’s sensitivity.
How Long Does It Take To Extend Eyelashes?
It takes about two hours to apply the full set of eyelashes, and it can be maintained throughout the year. It is recommended to apply a touch-up every three to four weeks. Half set of eyelashes is an economical alternative to achieve a similar dramatic effect, used as a filler to thicken natural eyelashes, or applied from the eyes for a professional look.
Everyone’s eyelashes are different. According to their natural eyelash conditions, eyelash experts can only choose a certain length or thickness. (This is to ensure that your own eyelashes stay healthy.) For example, if your natural eyelashes are shorter and thinner, you will not get the crazy, dramatic look of Kim Kardashian because it will not last . If you are not sure or this is your first use, it is best to start with a half set (50% to 60% of the upper lashes). Adding is easier than removing eyelashes!
What Happens If Glue Enters Your Eyes?
Since your eyes are closed during the entire process of applying mascara, no glue should get into your eyes. However, to avoid any irritation, the first safety precaution you can take is to ensure that the glue is safe for your eyes and does not contain any substances that can harm your eyes, such as formaldehyde.
In addition, it is important to understand the difference between allergic reactions and infections. Licensed and experienced eyelash technicians will not let infections happen, but if you are allergic to glue, you will still be allergic-this does not mean that the glue itself is harmful.
Can You Be Blind?
Not possible. Your technician should be properly trained to apply adhesive and eyelashes in a completely harmless manner. Your eyes are closed during the whole process. No matter how severe the allergic reaction is, you will never be blind. To make matters worse, you need to see an ophthalmologist to obtain specific eye drops to treat allergic reactions.
What Should I Do If I Cry When I Apply?
If you feel any burning pain or discomfort during the operation that causes your eyes to shed tears or cry, this is a huge red flag, and you should of course speak up. You may need to ask your technician to change the glue. Eyelash extensions should be a completely painless experience.
How Often Do You Need To Redo Eyelash Extensions?
Eyelash Extension lasts for the entire natural eyelash growth cycle, usually six to eight weeks. In other words, because everyone’s eyelash growth is different (just hair growth), I recommend a light eyelash care every three to four weeks to maintain a complete appearance.
Will Your Natural Eyelashes Be Harmed Or Damaged?
The biggest misunderstanding is that eyelash extension will ruin your own eyelashes. they do not. If used correctly, they are safe and will not damage the health of natural eyelashes. Be sure not to rub your eyes or pull or pull the eyelashes, as this will cause the eyelashes to fall off and even damage your natural eyelashes. If the eyelashes are correctly applied to each eyelash, they will not fall off.