How to Care for Lashes

How to Care for Lashes

    1. First 24 hours, avoid water, heat, facials and tanning beds. If you spray tan, use goggles. If receiving a facial, be sure your aesthetician knows how to care for lashes during the procedure.
    2. Wash your lashes daily with a mild, foamy, oil free cleanser. Do NOT use an oil free silicone based cleanser.

  1. Avoid excessive touching or rubbing your eyes. Oil on your fingers with cause the adhesive to break down.
  2. If you have oily skin, use blotting paper or wear powder on your eyelids to absorb oil.
  3. Do not use eyeshadow base, gel, pencil, or liquid liner. Use an angled brush, a small amount of water, and powder shadows to create a liner.
  4. Only use mascaras that have been specially formulated for extensions.
  5. Brush your clean lashes in the morning and evening with a clean mascara wand.
  6. Avoid excessive heat from ovens, grills, fire pits, and lighters. Allow heat to dissipate first when opening oven and grill doors.
  7. Fill your lashes between 2 to 3 weeks for best results.
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