Are lash extensions put on your lashes?

Eyelash extensions are semi-permanent fibers that adhere to natural lashes to make eyelash bangs look longer, fuller and darker. Individual eyelash extensions are applied to each of the individual natural lashes (one extension per natural eyelash) with a semi-permanent glue. Eyelash extensions don't damage eyelashes when applied correctly. To avoid damaging natural lashes, eyelash extensions should be carefully selected (length and thickness) and correctly applied to one natural eyelash at a time.

In a quiet room, with your back resting on the massage table, you'll enjoy dim lights and soft music while you lie down peacefully with your eyes closed. First, your stylist will use medical-grade nonstick tape and tape the lower lashes. Customers have expressed that this is the biggest hassle of the whole process. Appropriate care is taken to avoid inadvertently gluing the lower lashes to the upper lashes.

A small drop of black adhesive is placed on a stone. Tweezers are used to isolate an individual eyelash. The artificial eyelash extension is dipped in a medical-grade adhesive and then placed over the natural eyelash. This process is repeated for up to 2 hours until the desired fullness of eyelashes is obtained.

When you put on eyelash extensions, the cycle continues normally. Since each eyelash extension is connected to a natural eyelash, extensions fall out in the same cycle as natural lashes. If a customer asks, “Will my lashes grow back after eyelash extensions? You can assure them that their eyelashes continue to grow even with the extensions on. It's all part of the eyelash growth cycle.

There is no need to let natural lashes be interrupted between eyelash extension sessions when applied correctly. If, unfortunately, an eyelash technician fixed your eyelash extensions and didn't apply them correctly and you made one of the three mistakes above (extensions that are too heavy, sticky or shaped like a nail head), your natural lashes may be damaged. Wearing long or heavy eyelash extensions can damage natural lashes, as weight causes eyelashes to fall out or break. So let's address the common question: “Do eyelash extensions make your natural lashes shorter? These are some of the factors that determine whether eyelash extensions can damage natural lashes or not.

If the growth cycle of your natural lashes is carefully respected, eyelash extensions won't damage your natural lashes. Eyelash extensions are not tied or attached to natural lashes, as it would be very difficult, if not impossible, due to their very thin and small size. The main culprit of eyelash breakage and damage to natural eyelashes are inexpertly applied eyelash extensions. I'll look at some of the main questions people have about eyelash extensions and give them answers.

When eyelash extensions are applied correctly, they must absolutely respect the natural growth cycle of natural lashes. Eyelash extensions won't cause natural lashes to fall out faster than normal: natural lashes simply follow their growth cycle. One of the problems that cause bad experiences with eyelash extensions is the lack of accreditation in the industry. But do eyelash extensions ruin your natural lashes? Whether you're an eyelash technician who gets asked this question by customers, or you're curious to buy yourself a new pair of eyelashes, we have answers for you.


Bernard Hackshaw
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