Lash Extensions are virtually maintenance free, but there are a few things you should do to get the most out your eyelash extensions. Proper maintenance is important to maintain good ocular health and prolong the life of your lash extensions. At home lash care maintenance determines how long your lashes will last.

Critical Tips for the First 48 Hours:
-Avoid any moistur

Lash Extensions are virtually maintenance free, but there are a few things you should do to get the most out your eyelash extensions. Proper maintenance is important to maintain good ocular health and prolong the life of your lash extensions. At home lash care maintenance determines how long your lashes will last.

Critical Tips for the First 48 Hours:
-Avoid any moisture including water, creams, cleansers or any other product.
-Avoid pulling, scratching, rubbing or tugging at your new eyelashes. 
-Leave them alone completely. This will be easy to do because your lashes will be light-weight and gorgeous.

After the First 48 Hours:
-Although you can shower, swim, and even do hot yoga, it is important that you brush your lashes with a clean spoolie (mascara wand) as they are drying. If you prefer, you can also use the cool setting of a blow dryer to dry them as well. 
-Remember, the water itself does not cause lashes to shed, but water pressure can. 
-Avoid rubbing your eyes excessively. You do not want to create stress between your new eyelash extensions and your natural lashes. 
-Avoid excessive heat from baths, showers or steam rooms. High heat will change the adhesive’s optimal chemical properties and cause the glue to break down faster.
-Avoid Eyelash curlers. Your extensions are perfectly curled; you do not want to create stress between the bond and the eyelash extension.
-Do not pull or pluck at your eyelashes. It could cause your natural eyelashes to fall out prematurely before their full growing cycle has matured.
-Avoid oil-based products on your lashes and around your eyes. They could cause your lashes to shed faster by loosening the bonding agent.
-Avoid water-proof products.

We have discussed all the things to AVOID, now let's discuss what you SHOULD DO!
-Cleanse your lashes each day with a gentle cleanser such as baby shampoo or lash cleanser.
-Brush you lashes daily with a clean spoolie (mascara wand)
-Book your lash fill appointment every two to three weeks to maintain your lash extensions.
-Use water-based eyeliner and mascara (if you choose) instead of water-proof products.
​-Use oil free make up remover and/Q-tips to remove eye makeup instead of cotton balls.
-Enjoy your lash extensions!

e including water, creams, cleansers or any other product.
-Avoid pulling, scratching, rubbing or tugging at your new eyelashes. 
-Leave them alone completely. This will be easy to do because your lashes will be light-weight and gorgeous.

After the First 48 Hours:
-Although you can shower, swim, and even do hot yoga, it is important that you brush your lashes with a clean spoolie (mascara wand) as they are drying. If you prefer, you can also use the cool setting of a blow dryer to dry them as well. 
-Remember, the water itself does not cause lashes to shed, but water pressure can. 
-Avoid rubbing your eyes excessively. You do not want to create stress between your new eyelash extensions and your natural lashes. 
-Avoid excessive heat from baths, showers or steam rooms. High heat will change the adhesive’s optimal chemical properties and cause the glue to break down faster.
-Avoid Eyelash curlers. Your extensions are perfectly curled; you do not want to create stress between the bond and the eyelash extension.
-Do not pull or pluck at your eyelashes. It could cause

Lash Extensions are virtually maintenance free, but there are a few things you should do to get the most out your eyelash extensions. Proper maintenance is important to maintain good ocular health and prolong the life of your lash extensions. At home lash care maintenance determines how long your lashes will last.

Critical Tips for the First 48 Hours:
-Avoid any moisture including water, creams, cleansers or any other product.
-Avoid pulling, scratching, rubbing or tugging at your new eyelashes. 
-Leave them alone completely. This will be easy to do because your lashes will be light-weight and gorgeous.

After the First 48 Hours:
-Although you can shower, swim, and even do hot yoga, it is important that you brush your lashes with a clean spoolie (mascara wand) as they are drying. If you prefer, you can also use the cool setting of a blow dryer to dry them as well. 
-Remember, the water itself does not cause lashes to shed, but water pressure can. 
-Avoid rubbing your eyes excessively. You do not want to create stress between your new eyelash extensions and your natural lashes. 
-Avoid excessive heat from baths, showers or steam rooms. High heat will change the adhesive’s optimal chemical properties and cause the glue to break down faster.
-Avoid Eyelash curlers. Your extensions are perfectly curled; you do not want to create stress between the bond and the eyelash extension.
-Do not pull or pluck at your eyelashes. It could cause your natural eyelashes to fall out prematurely before their full growing cycle has matured.
-Avoid oil-based products on your lashes and around your eyes. They could cause your lashes to shed faster by loosening the bonding agent.
-Avoid water-proof products.

We have discussed all the things to AVOID, now let's discuss what you SHOULD DO!
-Cleanse your lashes each day with a gentle cleanser such as baby shampoo or lash cleanser.
-Brush you lashes daily with a clean spoolie (mascara wand)
-Book your lash fill appointment every two to three weeks to maintain your lash extensions.
-Use water-based eyeliner and mascara (if you choose) instead of water-proof products.
​-Use oil free make up remover and/Q-tips to remove eye makeup instead of cotton balls.
-Enjoy your lash extensions!

your natural eyelashes to fall out prematurely before their full growing cycle has matured.
-Avoid oil-based products on your lashes and around your eyes. They could cause your lashes to shed faster by loosening the bonding agent.
-Avoid water-proof products.

We have discussed all the things to AVOID, now let's discuss what you SHOULD DO!
-Cleanse your lashes each day with a gentle cleanser such as baby shampoo or lash cleanser.
-Brush you lashes daily with a clean spoolie (mascara wand)
-Book your lash fill appointment every two to three weeks to maintain your lash extensions.
-Use water-based eyeliner and mascara (if you choose) instead of water-proof products.
​-Use oil free make up remover and/Q-tips to remove eye makeup instead of cotton balls.
-Enjoy your lash extensions!

 

Lash Extensions are virtually maintenance free, but there are a few things you should do to get the most out your eyelash extensions. Proper maintenance is important to maintain good ocular health and prolong the life of your lash extensions. At home, lash care maintenance determines how long your lashes will last.

 

Critical Tips for the First 48 Hours:

  • Avoid any moisture including water, creams, cleansers or any other product.

  • Avoid pulling, scratching, rubbing or tugging at your new eyelashes. 

  • Leave them alone completely. This will be easy to do because your lashes will be light-weight and gorgeous.

 

After the First 48 Hours:

  • Although you can shower, swim, and even do hot yoga, it is important that you brush your lashes with a clean spoolie (mascara wand) as they are drying. If you prefer, you can also use the cool setting of a blow dryer to dry them as well. 

  • Remember, the water itself does not cause lashes to shed, but water pressure can. 

  • Avoid rubbing your eyes excessively. You do not want to create stress between your new eyelash extensions and your natural lashes.

  • Avoid excessive heat from baths, showers or steam rooms. High heat will change the adhesive’s optimal chemical properties and cause the glue to break down faster.

  • Avoid Eyelash curlers. Your extensions are perfectly curled; you do not want to create stress between the bond and the eyelash extension.

  • Do not pull or pluck at your eyelashes. It could cause your natural eyelashes to fall out prematurely before their full growing cycle has matured.

  • Avoid oil-based products on your lashes and around your eyes. They could cause your lashes to shed faster by loosening the bonding agent.

  • Avoid water-proof products.

 

We have discussed all the things to AVOID, now let's discuss what you SHOULD DO!

  • Cleanse your lashes each day with a gentle cleanser such as baby shampoo or lash cleanser.

  • Brush your lashes daily with a clean spoolie (mascara wand).

  • Book your lash fill appointment every two to three weeks to maintain your lash extensions.

  • Use water-based eyeliner and mascara (if you choose) instead of water-proof products.

  • Use oil-free makeup remover and/Q-tips to remove eye makeup instead of cotton balls.

  • -Enjoy your lash extensions!

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