A typical set of eyelashes takes five to six weeks to fully peel off, and even then you might find some very determined laggards. This will make your extensions fall out on their own without having to tear your eyelashes out with them. Because each eyelash extension is attached to a separate natural eyelash, it falls off when the natural eyelash falls off. The lifespan of a natural eyelash can last anywhere from just two weeks to eight weeks.
Eyelash extensions should be performed by a professional eyelash technician if you want to avoid ruining your natural eyelashes. Several of my clients have used eyelash extensions with me for many years without taking a break and their natural eyelashes are just as healthy. Rinse your eyelashes to remove excess oil and any remaining eyelash extensions that may have remained. 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.
Sabah Feroz, an expert in brow and eyelash extensions at Blink Brow Bar, tells her clients to wash their eyes when they clean their faces and to use an oil-free makeup remover if they have to clean their makeup. Make sure not to rub your eyes or pull or pull the extensions, as this can lead to loss of eyelashes and even damage your natural eyelashes. If you have any problems removing your eyelash extensions on your own, you can always send us a message on Facebook or Instagram. While you'll probably need to get a touch-up about 3 weeks after applying your extensions, not all eyelash extensions fall out evenly.
Wetting the face not only unclogs pores, but also loosenes the eyelash adhesive that holds individual eyelash extensions. In addition, there are certain makeup removers and conditioners that do not stain and that will help nourish the eyelashes after eyelash extensions. You should be able to see where your natural eyelashes are in relation to where the adhesive on the extensions is in order to apply the glue remover to the right area of the eye. Ramy Gafni, famous makeup and brow guru, advises opting for extensions that align with the shape of your existing eyelashes, rather than extra long and dramatic eyelashes.
In addition, if the wrong extension (too long or too thick) is selected, the correct application is more difficult and, in some cases, impossible.