How to maintain eyelash extensions?

Eyelash extensions can give you a gorgeous, glamorous look, but they do require some extra maintenance to keep them looking their best. In this blog, we'll go over some tips and tricks for maintaining your eyelash extensions.

  1. Keep Them Clean

Regularly cleaning your eyelash extensions is essential for preventing buildup and ensuring that they last as long as possible. Use a gentle, oil-free cleanser and a clean mascara wand to gently brush your lashes and remove any debris.

  1. Be Gentle

Avoid rubbing or tugging on your eyelash extensions, as this can cause them to fall out prematurely or damage your natural lashes. Instead, gently pat or dab your eyes when you need to clean them or remove makeup.

  1. Avoid Oil-Based Products

Oil-based products can break down the adhesive used for your eyelash extensions, causing them to fall out more quickly. To prevent this, avoid using oil-based makeup removers, moisturizers, and other products around your eyes.

  1. Don't Pull or Pick at Them

If you notice that your eyelash extensions are starting to come loose, resist the urge to pull them out. This can damage your natural lashes and make it more difficult to apply new extensions in the future. Instead, schedule an appointment with your lash technician to have them removed or touched up.

  1. Brush Them Regularly

Using a clean mascara wand or lash brush, gently brush your eyelash extensions each day to keep them looking neat and tidy. This can also help to prevent tangles and keep your lashes looking their best.

  1. Schedule Regular Touch-Ups

Eyelash extensions will naturally shed over time, so it's important to schedule regular touch-up appointments with your lash technician to keep them looking full and fresh. Most people need touch-ups every 2-4 weeks, depending on how quickly their natural lashes grow and shed.

Maintaining your eyelash extensions requires some extra care and attention, but it's well worth it for the beautiful, glamorous look they can provide. By keeping them clean, being gentle, avoiding oil-based products, not pulling or picking at them, brushing them regularly, and scheduling regular touch-ups, you can ensure that your eyelash extensions look their best for as long as possible.

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