Eyelash Extensions: What not to do
You will need to avoid showers and steam for the first 24 hours after an application. Use only Oil-Free Make-up Remover and avoid rubbing eyes aggressively. Try to avoid steam, waterproof make up and oil base make up removers.
It is suggested that if you are an “eye rubber” due to allergies such as hay fever or if rubbing your eyes is just a habit or in the past you have experienced sensitivity around the eye area after using skin care or makeup or generally having sensitivity around that area the extensions may not suit you. If you use prescribed medicated eye drops or ointment this may coat the lashes and cause them to clump. Eyelash Boutique clients who say their eyes are sensitive but do not experience any reaction or discomfort during or after having eyelash extensions applied. Eyelash extensions cannot be applied to very curly eyelashes as it will be difficult to glue an extension on. However, if you are unsure please contact the salon to discuss it.
You should not get eyelash extensions if you have had general anesthesia within 12 months, given birth, take medication for thyroid disorder, the life cycle of your lashes may be shorter than usual. Let the technician know if any of these conditions apply. This method will not be helpful for anyone with large gaps in their lash line, and it may be necessary to tint eyelashes that are too light or perm lashes that are growing inward instead of outward, so this will increase the cost.
What you should do with the lashes on?
– Do brush your lashes from time to time or daily.
– Do change your cleanser to a gel cleanser.
– Do cleanse your face gently, preferably with a wash cloth.
– Do use a water based mascara the week before your refill if you must blend in your natural lashes with your extensions if your waiting for your refill appointment