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How to care for eyelash extensions?
There are a few things you can do to make your false eyelashes last as long as possible:
Do not wet them for 48 hours after extension. Avoid showering, washing your eyes or moisturizing your eyelashes. Water can affect the adhesive, making the joint brittle and breaking easily.
After that, wash your eyelashes regularly. After the first 48 hours, dirt may start to accumulate around the lash line. This can lead to eye infections and other eye problems. To prevent this, brush your lashes about every 3 days. You can do this by following these steps: 1. Comb your eyelashes with a soft brush. 2. Wash them with a special eyelash extension cleanser. 3. Let the water flow over your face and eyes in the shower.
Comb your lashes. You can comb the tips of your eyelashes every morning to keep them looking good. It is best to use a clean, dry eyelash brush (like the one used to apply mascara) and hold the lashes with a clean finger.
Choose the products you use responsibly. You should not use any oil-based products after eyelash extensions. Check your products before use, especially eye creams and makeup removers.
Be careful with makeup. Do not use regular mascara. Waterproof makeup, such as waterproof mascara, can soften the glue on your eyelash extensions. Instead of mascara, use fake eyelash coating, which will perfectly protect your eyelashes from the effects of the environment. If you use eyeliner or pencil, choose a water-based, not waterproof version and gently remove makeup in the evening. Rubbing your eyes is not good for your eyelash extensions. This can damage them and your natural eyelashes. Loose eyeshadow is also a bad idea, as the fine powder can get stuck in the glue and build up over time.