Posted on: 2022-08-28 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

As advised above, you should avoid cleaning around the lashes for the first 48 hours.

After the glue has cured, proper cleaning of the extensions will help extend their lifetime and prevent possible eye problems.

  • First, never go to bed with your eye makeup on. Going to bed with your eye makeup puts you at risk of blepharitis. This is a condition caused by the building up of bacteria on your skin.

  • Since the goal is to keep oil away from the extensions, you should get oil-free removers to get rid of the eye makeup.

  • You are also advised not to use cotton balls, makeup wipes, or cotton pads to clean the extensions since they can damage them.

  • Instead, use specifically designed lash extension cleansers that have antimicrobial properties to eliminate the bacteria around the eyes.

  • There is also a gel-based shampoo that you can use to clean the lashes without rubbing, pulling, or tugging them. Lash experts also recommend it to remove any other residual eye makeup.