Things You Should Know About Eyelash Extensions
Eyelash extensions are applied by gluing one false eyelash to one real eyelash at a point 0.1mm closer to the eyelid than the real eyelash, not to the eyelid. During the process, the eyelash artist does not touch the consumer's skin or eyes with the vinyl glue or clips, so overall the process of applying eyelash extensions is very gentle and will not cause any uncomfortable sensations. Generally speaking, in order to properly apply the extensions, the false eyelashes should be placed about 0.1~0.2mm away from the root of the hairs to prevent them from irritating the hair follicles when the eyes are open.
However, for a small number of people who have frequent eye allergies, eyelash artists will usually switch to "anti-allergenic vinyl" for eyelash extensions, which is a milder and safer glue, and is the right way to go to ensure safety, even though the duration of eyelash extensions is shorter than that of ordinary vinyl by 5 to 7 days.
It's important to know what products your eyelash artist uses when you get extensions!
Eyelash extensions are made with a very strong adhesive, and the quality of the adhesive varies greatly; some poor quality adhesives can cause discomfort and tears in the eyes, and in some cases, can even lead to redness and swelling of the eyes.
If your eyelash artist uses a good quality glue, it will make you feel comfortable during the process of eyelash extensions and will not irritate your eyes afterwards. Therefore, knowing where the glue used by your eyelash artist is manufactured and whether or not the product has passed the FDA and SGS inspections is an important part of what you as an eyelash artist should tell your clients so that they can feel more at ease when they have their eyelash extensions applied.
If you have sensitive eyes, it is recommended that you ask your eyelash artist to use a mild (anti-allergic) vinyl for your eyelash extensions. It is recommended that you have a consultation and double-check the products used by your eyelash technician before you begin receiving your extensions; these small steps can definitely reduce the risk of getting extensions and ensure the safety of your eyes!
Real eyelashes have a growth cycle just like hair, and the growth cycle of real eyelashes is about 2~3 months; real eyelashes will sprout, grow, metabolize, and fall off with the growth cycle. Eyelash extensions normally last 30~45 days, usually more than three weeks, the real eyelashes have a clear feeling of lengthening, so the false eyelashes after the extensions will be gradually pushed to the outside, away from the eyelid more and more, the real and false eyelashes of the joints will be more prominent, from the outside is not very good-looking; and at this time of eyelashes are prone to dumping, messy, entangled, so we recommend that one month (45 days at the latest) can be removed, and re-engraved a full and beautiful pair of eyelashes, the eyelash extensions will be removed. We recommend removing the extensions in a month (45 days at the latest) and reattaching them with a full pair of beautiful lashes.