Q:Why do some eyelash stylists stick eyelashes on their eyelids?
A:We’ve seen some eyelashes apply false eyelashes to the eyelid or the root of the eyelashes (hair follicle), which is inappropriate and can easily cause eye irritation, inflammation, or a foreign body sensation.
Oftentimes, our clients will rush over and ask our lash stylist to save their lashes! When we saw this, our immediate action was to remove her lashes and let the uncomfortable symptoms come first.
Generally speaking, the correct method of eyelash extension is to keep the false eyelashes 0.1~0.2mm away from the hair root, so as not to stimulate the hair follicles when the eyelashes are opened. A trained eyelash technician will think about the comfort of an extension rather than asking the client to fit the wrong extension; it’s like asking your foot to fit in the wrong size shoe, quite the opposite. If you have a similar situation, you should alert your lash technician to make improvements or find another one who is more suitable for you
Q:Is eyelash growth liquid suitable for frequently irritated eyes?
A:In general, unless there is a serious eye condition or eye surgery, temporary eye allergies can be greatly reduced if the lash therapist uses sterile or single-use tools and safe lash extensions. A standard eyelash extension procedure does not touch the skin or eyes directly, but attaches false eyelashes to real eyelashes.
As for the “safe eyelash extensions” mentioned above, such as false eyelashes and eyelash extensions used by eyelash artists, consumers need to pay more attention. Even though the lash market has matured and the products have become more sophisticated, it is still possible to find a small number of lash artists using cheaper, lower-quality products to save money.
If your eyes are currently allergic, we recommend that you seek medical advice and wait until your allergy symptoms subside before applying eyelash extensions. If you force your eyelashes to lengthen for the sake of beauty, then external stimuli may cause more serious eye problems, not only hurting your eyes, but also your eyelashes
Q：Can eyelash extensions last more than 3 months?
A：The authoritative eyelash stylist responded that the eyelash cycle is only about 2 months, so how can eyelash extensions stay on real hair for more than 3 months? This is exaggerated and baseless! Instead, we’re concerned that the lash stylist will use the incorrect method to apply the extension to the client, resulting in a bug that can’t be fixed later.
Eyelash extensions generally last 30 to 45 days, usually more than three weeks, and the real lashes will grow noticeably longer, so the false lashes will gradually be pushed further and further away from the eyelid. We recommend that you remove them within a month (45 days at the latest) and reapply a full pair of beautiful lashes.
For example, heavy lashes fall out within 7 days of application. It may be a technical problem, a product problem, or a consumer not following a maintenance routine; it is recommended that you consult your lash technician to clarify the problem before asking him or her to help you repair it.