How to get eyelashes extensions off at home?

Eyelash extensions can be a great way to enhance your natural lashes, but eventually, you may want to remove them. While it's always best to have your extensions removed by a professional, there are some steps you can take to safely remove your lash extensions at home.

In this blog, we'll go over how to get eyelash extensions off at home without damaging your natural lashes.

Step 1: Prepare your supplies

Before you start removing your lash extensions, you'll need to gather the necessary supplies. You'll need a bowl of hot water, a clean towel, a spoolie or lash brush, a gentle oil-based cleanser, and a cotton pad.

Step 2: Steam your face

Start by steaming your face for a few minutes to loosen the adhesive. You can do this by filling a bowl with hot water and holding your face over the bowl, covering your head with a towel to trap in the steam. Be careful not to get too close to the hot water to avoid burns.

Step 3: Apply oil-based cleanser

Once your face is steamed, apply a generous amount of oil-based cleanser to a cotton pad and place it on your closed eye. Leave the pad on your eye for a few minutes to allow the cleanser to penetrate the adhesive.

Step 4: Gently remove extensions

Using a spoolie or lash brush, gently brush your lash extensions in a downward motion to help loosen them. Be sure to be very gentle, as pulling or tugging can cause damage to your natural lashes. You may need to repeat this step a few times until all of the extensions have come off.

Step 5: Cleanse and moisturize

Once all of the extensions have been removed, cleanse your face with a gentle, oil-based cleanser to remove any remaining adhesive. Follow up with a moisturizer to soothe and hydrate your skin.

While it's always best to have your eyelash extensions removed by a professional, you can safely remove them at home using these simple steps. Remember to be gentle and avoid tugging or pulling on your natural lashes, and always prioritize the health and safety of your eyes and skin. If you experience any discomfort or irritation during the removal process, stop and seek professional assistance.

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