INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CARE FOR LASH EXTENSIONS
Going to the sauna or hot yoga for 24 hours.
Touching your lashes. Every time you touch them, you are transferring natural oils and germs which can break down the adhesive.
Washing your lashes:
Use our lash extension cleanser or an oil-free eye makeup remover to keep lashes clean. Make sure your cleanser is eyelash extension safe.
Do not rub your eyes or lashes when washing your eyes.
Do not wash your eyes in the shower, the water from the shower head can be too strong for your lashes.
Gently pat dry the skin around your eyes with a towel but avoid touching the lashes.
Use a hair dryer on the low setting to dry your lashes.
Do not comb lashes when they are soaking wet.
Comb the lashes with your disposable spoolie or makeup brush. With the spoolie, comb in an upward sweeping motion. Do not comb from the root but from mid to the tip of the lash only. If you’re using a makeup brush, sweep from above and underneath your lashes to dry it.
Do not brush your lashes excessively as doing so will cause premature shedding.
Removing eye makeup:
With a lint free applicator or a dense eye shadow brush, apply the lash cleanser and get close to the lash line to remove eye makeup.
Do not perm, tint, or use eyelash curlers.
Do not pull or rub on your lash extensions.
If you choose to wear mascara - only apply to the tips and use water-based mascara that washes off easily.
If you have oily skin or an extra oily T-zone, use oil blotting sheets to absorb excess oils.
Try to sleep on your back to avoid smashing your lashes. If you favor sleeping on one side, you may lose more lashes on that side.
Wear an eye mask to protect lashes.
When using night creams/serums, apply sparingly and blot off any excess around your eyes.
Remember to come in for touch-ups every 2-3 weeks. Your lash extensions will fall out regularly with your natural lashes. The more active you are, the more frequent your fills need to be to maintain your look.
Waiting too long between fills can damage your natural lashes from extensions weighing down on your outgrown lashes causing it to twist or break off. Outgrown lash extensions will be removed so if majority of your lashes are grown out, you will need to book a new Full Set.
Watch the video below to see how to wash your eyelash extensions.
If you have any question, please contact us.
Thanks and I hope you enjoy your lovely lashes!