How Do Eyelash Extensions Work?
Now, in order to better attend various places, we will dress ourselves beautifully, have exquisite makeup, and beautiful clothes. Of course, indispensable is long eyelashes. Now there are two kinds of eyelashes. one is False eyelashes,and other one is the need to plant false eyelashes, also is the lashes extension, so today I mainly talk about the problems that need to be paid attention to when the eyelashes extension.
What are eyelash extensions?
Lash extensions are tiny black fibers that resemble eyelashes and that are attached to natural eyelashes using glue. The fibers either come as individual pieces or attached to a strip. Strip lashes can be applied by anyone. Professionals typically apply individual lashes. Our guide focuses on the latter because they’re more complicated, not to mention expensive.
What are they made out of?
The most common extension materials are mink, synthetic hair, and synthetic silk. Mink extensions tend to be the lightest and softest, which is why some people believe they’re the best fake eyelashes. It’s also why they’re the most expensive. Synthetic lashes are typically the thickest and heaviest of the bunch, resulting in a highly dramatic look. Synthetic silk extensions are the most common type of extensions used nowadays because they tend to be fairly light, very dark, and able to hold a curl.
How are they applied?
A technician applies patches to the undereye area to help hold down your bottom lashes. She then applies a primer to your upper lashes before using tweezers to fan out your lashes and isolate one of them. With her other hand, the tech picks up a tiny extension using another pair of tweezers, dips the extension in glue, and carefully attaches it on top of the isolated natural eyelash. Your eyes stay closed throughout the whole process.
How long does the application process take?
Because the application process is so meticulous, getting a full set of can take 2.5–3 hours. Most clients use the time to nap. Half sets and touchups take considerably less time.
Watch our lash-extensions video to see a technician apply them and learn more about the process:
How long do extensions last?
The lifespan of the extensions hinges on the growth cycle of your natural lashes. Natural lashes fall out every 6–8 weeks before regrowing, which means that extensions fall out when the natural lashes they’re attached to fall out. Most reputable salons suggest that extensions can last up to six weeks with proper care, but touchups are recommended every three weeks to keep the extensions looking their best.
How can I make them last longer?
Avoid getting new lashes wet for 24–48 hours (also avoid getting very sweaty during this time).
Avoid using oil-based products, any products that include glycol, and waterproof mascara.
Avoid using anything that’s moisture-rich, such as lotion, shampoo, conditioner, and face wash, near your eyes. A pair of goggles in the shower might help.
Can I still wear eye makeup with extensions?
To some extent, yes. You can’t use oil-based or waterproof mascara, which can dissolve the glue. In fact, applying mascara can also tug at the extensions, causing them to fall out sooner. Luckily, most people find they don’t need to wear it when they have extensions. If you can’t face three weeks without mascara, though, go ahead and gently apply it to the very ends of the lashes, avoiding the roots. Using any other eye makeup should be fine as
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