Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash Extensions is a practice that improves depth, the length and fullness to natural eyelashes. The extensions may include artificial hair, or silk, mink. Procedures of applying the extensions contain bunches complete strips, and individual, one by one extensions.

False lashes are any lashes designed to be worn for a brief interval; 1-2 days. They aren’t designed to be worn when showering, sleeping or swimming and may be produced with various substances. They can be applied with lash adhesive designed especially for lashes that were temporary.

Semi permanent lashes, also called individual eyelash extensions, are applied with a more powerful bond with an FDA approved adhesive. Typically, one lash is applied to every natural lash. Neither the extension lash nor the adhesive should touch the eyelid when applied correctly. The bond was made to continue until the lashes fall out, though the extensions may fall out quicker if one uses oil-based wipes eyes or eye makeup remover often, as oil weakens the bond between the lash as well as the adhesive.

Eyelash extensions create eyelashes that stay on for about 3-4 weeks with their natural growing and shedding cycle. To keep the eyelashes complete, they must be maintained by one by refilling. Eyelash extensions are watertight and provide the look of smudging of make-up and having mascara on without the dirty clumps.

One shouldn’t rub on their eyes or wear any mascara to keep your eyelashes kept. Alternatively, you need to use oil-free eyelid cleanser, make up removal wipes, and avoid rubbing across the eye region.