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Everything You Should Know About Lash Extensions

In general, lash extensions are a procedure that isn't widely known. Only a few ladies I know have had lash extensions applied, and guess what? It was a hit with everyone! As a result, I've chosen to conduct my own research and learn everything I can about lash extensions. Here, I'll explain how the process works, how much they cost, who should get them done, and so on!

The Top 8 Lash Extensions Facts You Should Know

1. It Isn't a Harsh Treatment

Are you concerned about your pain level? There's no need to be concerned. Lash extensions are a painless procedure that just requires a small amount of patience.

Your lash expert will put the extensions one by one on top of your natural eyelashes throughout the application (which can take up to 2 hours). It is critical that you close your eyes throughout the application.

The only disadvantage of disobeying is that a small amount of lash adhesive may end up in your eyes. This may irritate you, so just stay still during the procedure.

2. It is possible to do it according to your preferences.

Lash Extensions: What You Should Know

Your lash esthetician can walk you through the procedure. Request an optimal infill based on your preferences. For some ladies, this is a natural and simplistic result, while for others, more Russian volume is preferred.

However, make certain to inquire about their suggestions. Be open to suggestions from lash estheticians who know what will look best on your eye shape and other factors.

3. It'll keep you going for weeks.

Once they've dried completely, you'll be able to enjoy them for weeks! Lash extensions (both imitation mink and mink material) are a long-lasting option that lasts 3-4 weeks.

You'll notice them shed now and then, but there's no need to go back to the salon before the third week. After some time has passed, you should have them refilled, but we'll get to that later.

4. It Is Of Good Quality And Is Quite Sturdy

Lash extensions are not only water-resistant, but they can also withstand steamy and humid conditions. Not only that, but they're also waterproof, making them excellent for beach vacations. You can wear them alone and get a flawless voluminous result anytime and wherever you choose!

5. Should It Be Refilled?

If you want to extend their lifespan and enjoy them for a bit longer, you should refill them. I recommend going back to the salon around week 2 or 3 to receive another gorgeous set. You shouldn't be concerned about your money because this method is less expensive than the initial application. Why? Because your lash esthetician will use far less material, you will most likely pay half the amount.

6. They're also low-maintenance.

All you have to do now is wash your face with water and comb out your extensions. It could be a clean brow comb or a spoolie. Brush your extensions every morning and night to get rid of any dirt that has accumulated between them.

PS: Avoid using oily products or makeup removers on your extensions because they might weaken and harm them.

7. It Will Help You Save Time In The Morning

Imagine looking amazing every morning when you get up. Lash extensions are a fantastic addition to the face and can give you a delicate, natural appearance. There's no need to use a lot of mascara because they can easily round up your face and give you a great semi-natural look.

8. Isn't Mascara Compatible? (Believe it or not)

If you use mascara on top, you're actually encouraging breaking. You can break your lashes in half by tugging on them and pulling them back and forth.

This is why it's so important to set your mascaras aside and let your gorgeous lash extensions take center stage!

If done correctly, these will be voluminous and attention-getting, with no need for further coats of mascara.


Underneath the extensions, your natural lashes will remain healthy and robust. Our natural lashes shed as well, and it's possible that your extensions will shed as well. Do you intend to have one? Feel free to email me, Sumiko Lui, at or book your appointments here.

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