Applying eyelash extensions is a relaxing and painless process. Eyelash extensions pierce and irritate the eyes. When your eyelash extensions grow, they shouldn't irritate at all. If you feel any discomfort, it means that there is more than one eyelash stuck or stuck to the skin.
This often happens when not enough eyelash extensions have been applied. If you think you've found the cheapest technician out there, chances are you won't spend enough time during your appointment to provide a full and long-lasting eyelash effect. A good eyelash application should take 1.5 to 2 hours or more. A full set of eyelashes should mean that they apply to all natural eyelashes (those that are long enough).
With an application of less than 1.5 hours, you'll likely receive a quick treatment that will start to show wear and tear within a week. After 2 weeks, all your eyelashes will have disappeared. Remember that you'll naturally lose 2 to 5 lashes a day, so do the math. Keep in mind that factors unrelated to eyelash extensions, such as contagious diseases or pre-existing conditions, can also cause discomfort after you apply an eyelash extension.
Asako (left) and Naoko (right) are certified eyelash stylists and owners of Divine Lashes, a site for eyelash lovers to meet and learn more about eyelash extensions and lifting. There's a reason why eyelash extensions are so popular: they give your face an incredible glow even without makeup. The following article will explain the reasons why your eyes may hurt during and after your eyelash extension appointment. Whether it's your first time wearing eyelash extensions or if you're used to the application process, it's understandable that a “crunch” feeling can be disconcerting.
The eyelash technician will use medical adhesive tape and gel pads to separate the lower eyelashes from the upper eyelashes, so that the lower eyelashes and skin are protected from the adhesive that is applied to the upper eyelashes. Eyelash extensions don't hurt when properly applied by a certified professional who uses high-quality products. Most people who suffer from blepharitis can continue to use eyelash extensions without any problem. If your eyelashes don't support the extensions, I recommend that you have them removed by a professional as soon as possible.