How to Make Eyelash Extensions Last Longer

If you're looking for a way to make your eyelash extensions last longer, you're in the right place. Eyelash extensions are a great way to add depth and impact to your look, but they can be tricky to maintain. To help you get the most out of your extensions, here are some tips on how to make them last longer. The first step is to avoid the three S's in the first 24 hours after the appointment: showers, steaming and swimming.

This is because the glue needs time to dry completely before it gets wet. Some technicians may suggest waiting 48 hours, but if you need to shower sooner, do it carefully with your back to the water. When applying semi-permanent eyelashes at home, opt for ones that don't have strips. These are usually made with delicate vegan silk attached to a fine cotton thread and are ultra-light, so they won't interfere with your sleep.

When applying them, use an eyelash sealing brush along the top of the lash line before sliding it over the attached area. To maximize your extensions' life, avoid waterproof mascara and eyeliner as much as possible. The amount of rubbing needed to remove these products can cause premature loss of eyelash extension and poor retention. It's also important to keep your eyelashes clean.

Wash the area around your eyes when you clean your face and use an oil-free makeup remover if you need to remove your makeup. After the first few days, clean your eyelashes regularly with a mild cleansing foam. You should also invest in a protective eyelash sealant and come in for regular maintenance appointments. This will help refresh your current set and give it more volume.

If you need to curl your lashes, use a heated eyelash curler instead of a regular one. Finally, resist the urge to play with your eyelashes all day long or while they are being cleaned. This will help keep them in place for longer. By following these tips, you can make sure that your eyelash extensions stay on longer and look their best!.

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