DAMAGE While the adhesive can cause damage that is often temporary, the weight of individual eyelashes, if they are too heavy for natural eyelashes, “can cause premature loss of natural eyelashes and affect the ability to grow eyelashes from those follicles. Unlike other permanent makeup procedures, eyelash extensions are expensive. The initial sets can range from 8,000 to 15,000, depending on the type of extensions you choose and the professional experience of the technician. In addition to that, you have to do touch-ups every two or three weeks.
Because they stick to natural eyelashes, they come off quite easily and good quality replacements can cost up to 7,000. If you notice that your eyelashes look dry, brittle and unhealthy or if you lose your eyelashes, you should always take a break from the extensions or stop using them completely. Although eyelash extensions last around 2 to 3 weeks, false eyelashes should be removed before bed. I used to wear Latisse when I had them, but then I found that it made my eyelashes fall out faster by having the liquid next to the lash line where the glue was.
Anything on your eyelids or eyelashes could affect the outcome of the extensions, so be sure to wash your face beforehand. Once you have your eyelash extensions, you see yourself in a different light and you can't imagine why you've never had them before. However, if a person's eyelash loss cycle is faster, you may need to go to the salon after 2 weeks. You should also know that I am a challenge with false eyelashes when I put them on and I have often found them in the past, even when I removed them very carefully, they also remove some of my own eyelashes, so false eyelashes are not an option for me.
I waited for my eyelash extensions to fall out and then I came up with a gaming plane to regain the strength of my eyelashes. But with that said, you can do everything right and still find that eyelash extensions cause breakage in your natural eyelashes. You might think that washing your eyelashes will make them fall out faster, but Phillips debunks that myth and emphasizes the importance of eliminating any buildup that could cause breakage. Below, two eyelash experts, a dermatologist and a plastic surgeon explain everything you need to know about eyelash extensions, from finding the right eyelash artist to the cost, risks, and everything in between.
Eyelash extensions aren't dangerous or harmful, as long as the technician follows the right methods and uses the right materials. If you're looking for something that stays a little firmer, there's also a waterproof version, which is useful for maintaining the integrity of those false eyelashes all summer long while you swim and sweat. My eyelash artist turned out to be a cosmetologist specializing in nails, someone who definitely shouldn't have been working in my eye area. The growing popularity of permanent makeup, such as lip blushing (a form of tattooing) and eyebrow microblading, has made eyelash extensions a highly sought after procedure.