In today’s blog, we’re answering 6 of the most frequently asked questions about eyelash extensions.
Hopefully, this blog will help all the lash artists out there that get asked the below questions by their clients! Or if you’re someone who is interested in trying eyelash extensions but isn’t sure where to start.
Here’s everything you need to know…
Do eyelash extensions hurt?
Eyelash extensions do not hurt, if they have been applied correctly. Each individual extension is placed one a time to one natural lash. The lash artist will select the correct curls and lengths based on their clients’ natural lashes. It's essential to visit a qualified professional to ensure your set is applied safely and in the correct way.
Do eyelash extensions fall out?
Eyelash extensions fall out for several different reasons, such as client aftercare, hormonal changes, natural shedding etc. If you’d like to read more on eyelash extension retention you can visit our blog where we have lots of info!
Do eyelash extensions ruin your lashes?
Eyelash extensions do not damage your natural eyelashes when they are applied properly. To prevent damage to the natural lashes, lash extensions should be carefully selected (length and thickness) and applied correctly to one natural eyelash at the time.
Do eyelash extensions grow out?
Yes. Since each lash extension is attached to a single natural eyelash, they will fall out naturally. This is due to the client’s natural growth cycle; therefore, an in-fill is recommended every 2-3 weeks!
Do you wash eyelash extensions?
Yes! Keeping lash extensions clean is the key to long lasting retention and healthy natural lashes. Lash extensions should be washed daily using an eyelash extension cleanser and brush. Read more on eyelash extension aftercare on our blog.
How do you remove eyelash extensions?
Eyelash extensions need to be removed by a trained professional using an eyelash extension remover. A correct and safe removal will mean there’s no damage to the natural lashes. Interested in watching the process? Watch our removal video here.
We hope you found this blog helpful! As always if you have any questions, feel free to drop us a DM on Instagram @LashBase_UK and our team will be happy to help.