First of all, we strongly recommend that you simply let your eyelashes grow. This will make your extensions fall out on their own without having to tear your eyelashes out with them.
Eyelash extensionsthat aren't firmly attached to natural eyelashes won't last. The eyelash extensions will be lifted.
In addition, if the wrong extension (too long or too thick) is selected, the correct application is more difficult and, in some cases, impossible. If the extensions aren't placed the right way, they will inevitably fall off. Your eyelash technician may have used too little adhesive and that eyelash extensions may not adhere properly to natural eyelashes. If this has happened, the eyelash extensions will simply come off.
If you tear off an eyelash, it will eventually grow back, however, a few months may pass, especially if there has been an interruption in the growth cycle and the eyelash needs to return to the telogen phase of rest. If you're in any of these situations, you may need to contact your current eyelash technician and find someone else. Eyelashes fall out as part of their natural growth cycle, old eyelashes fall out and new ones grow to take their place. Assuming that the glue remover worked properly, the extensions should easily detach from the natural eyelashes.
The average person has between 90 and 150 eyelashes on the upper eyelid and around 70 to 80 on the lower eyelid. I bought the Dermalmd eyelash serum for my mother because she's constantly looking to make her eyelashes thicker. I would recommend letting them fall out naturally or looking for a different eyelash studio that charges less. You should already have special makeup remover wipes to help remove eye makeup and not damage extensions or natural hair.
Eyelash extensions are a very delicate beauty treatment that, if removed incorrectly, can damage natural eyelashes. If you prefer to stay away from the steam-and-oil method or if you've tried it but don't feel like it's working, there are specialized products you can buy to help remove adhesive from eyelash extensions. In general, if you lose a lot of natural eyelashes with extensions, the problem is with your eyelash technician. If this is the case, then it is ESSENTIAL that the makeup you use is oil-free and that it does not damage eyelash extensions.
Wetting the face not only unclogs pores, but also loosenes the eyelash adhesive that holds individual eyelash extensions. Whether they are natural oils produced by the body or ingredients in products used on the face, oils reduce the retention of eyelash extensions and cause them to fall out prematurely. We found some interesting cases where women weren't very used to their eyelash extensions, but were too embarrassed to go back to their eyelash artist to have them removed.