Women who can take care of their maintenance and who are regular in the eyelash studio will always have a beautiful complete set. This means that you should reserve your refills every 2 or 3 weeks to maintain the result. It is recommended to make a new, fresh and complete series only every 5-6 months. Your natural lashes have a life cycle.
Over the course of 2 to 3 months, your lashes will grow and then fall out naturally. When the eyelashes fall out, the extension that is attached to them comes off along with them. All of your lashes go through this cycle at different stages, so it's normal to lose eyelashes regularly. And this natural life cycle is why it's important to visit us for regular supplies to maintain a complete, cohesive look.
This is what a classic set of lashes should look like four to five weeks after the initial consultation, but if your lashes appear to be too sparse after just a few days, there may be an underlying problem. Everyone in the industry is familiar with the term, but there are still some questions that eyelash artists (especially beginners) may have. You just got your first full lashes and the last 3 weeks have been a blast, you've gotten out of bed and struded through the streets feeling like Beyonce, telling anyone who wants to hear “I woke up like this”. Depending on your aftercare and natural eyelash cycle, you may need one after 2 weeks or you may need one after 4 weeks.
Make sure to brush your lashes regularly and clean them to avoid infection and extend the time between two appointments to fill in your lashes. With two sets of tweezers, grab a natural eyelash with one clip and an extension with the other, then gently pull them apart vertically in two directions. Some eyelash artists don't like to use the eyelash extension remover to partially remove them, as it may take longer than with tweezers. Once your customer has a full set of eyelash extensions, they'll need to come periodically to fill them in.
It is generally not recommended to use tweezers to remove eyelash extensions, as they can be too strong and cause natural lashes to crease or damage. If you continue to leave it on for more than 4 weeks between each filler, your lashes will start to fill up less and less as time goes on. The bond between the client's natural eyelashes and the eyelash extension weakens over time due to oil or other impurities. A larger set with more lashes tends to go further than a very natural set, so you have more lashes to lose.
Most eyelash technicians require that you have at least 40% of extensions left to fill in your lashes; otherwise, it will be considered a complete set. Once you're four weeks old, your lashes may be satisfied when you look in the mirror, but they've often grown to the point where they're about to fall out.