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What's the after care?



Avoid Getting Them Wet the First 48 Hours: Avoid all contact with water steam, and sweat for the first 24 hours.

CLEANSE YOUR LASHES REGULARLY; starting right after the first 24 hours of course tho.

Avoid Oil: Don’t use any oil-based products while you have lash extensions. This includes makeup removers, cleansers, facial oils, and oil-serum hybrids, as the oil causes the glue to dissolve.

Don’t Stand Under the Showerhead For Too Long: The weight of the water can lead to premature breakages.

Brush Your Lashes: Lashes do need to be brushed to remove access water and just in general with a spoolie brush. Brushing daily keeps them from becoming tangled or clumpy looking.

Sleep on Your Side: If you’re a stomach sleeper, be forewarned that your eyelashes are likely being pressed into (and rubbed against) your pillowcase, which will expedite fallout and breakage.

Avoid Rubbing Your Eyes or Touching Your Extensions: The more touching, tugging, and rubbing, the weaker your extensions become and the more likely they are to fall out or break off ahead of schedule (taking the natural lash they were attached to with them). Plus, you're supposed to  be avoiding oil, your fingers are full of natural oils.

Don’t Use an Eyelash Curler: Never ever use a mechanical eyelash curler. If your extensions are starting to lose curl, use a heated eyelash curler to gently lift them {this can be purchased directly from your tech).

NO MASCARA: Do not under any circumstance put mascara on your extensions, unless of course you want to ruin them.

CLEANSE YOUR LASHES REGULARLY: Yes, we did mention that already but clean lashes is of utmost importance! Although over washing can cause retention issues, so can under cleansing; along with other gross things that we want to avoid like dead skin & sebum build up, irritation, blepharitis, and lash mites {yUcK}! CLEAN LASHES ARE HAPPY LASHES!

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