Q1: How long can it last?
Refill once a month or so. Eyelash extensions are attached to real eyelashes, so they will fall off with the growth cycle of the eyelashes (about two months). It is normal to lose 3 to 4 hairs a day, usually half of them will fall out after a month. Time to add new lashes.
Q2: Will it hurt real eyelashes?
True lashes are only attached to false lashes. It doesn’t matter if you’re not “overweight.” The most important principle of eyelash extensions is: only one false eyelash is added to a real eyelash. In this way, the real eyelashes will not be broken due to excessive weight, and they cannot be directly attached to the roots of the eyelashes when connecting. A distance of about 0.5mm will not stimulate hair follicles, cause sensitivity, or hinder eyelash growth.
Q3: What should I do if my eyelashes are messed up?
Use an eyelash comb. Usually after waking up, after a night of tumbling, the lashes that have been received will become especially messy. At this time, you can use a toothbrush to comb the eyelashes in one direction along the eyelashes to restore the original neatness. It’s important to note that the intensity is light so that the lashes don’t get combed out.
Q4: How to find the right eyelashes for you?
First choose your eye shape, then choose the length and thickness. Different eyelashes have different effects on eye shape. Before picking eyelashes, it is best to refer to successful cases, pick out the shape you like, and then communicate with the on-site eyelashes artist. If you have the habit of wearing glasses on weekdays, you must consider the length and curl of the eyelashes in advance, so as to avoid the length of the eyelashes getting stuck on the lens, which is very embarrassing.