Stay away from cluster lashes.
If your lashes are sparse, some salons may suggest 3-D lashes, or clusters, which are three hairs glued together, to give your eyes a more voluminous look.
They will feel weird at first.
It takes a day or two to get used to the feeling of wearing extensions, but I found them to be much more comfortable than strip lashes. They’ll also mess with the way you normally sleep (unless you’re already a back sleeper). If you sleep on your side and stomach you’re going to crush them and they won’t last as long,Try using a travel pillow or something that helps to elevate and keep you on your back.”
You might need to adjust the way you do your makeup.
While there are some “extension-safe’ mascaras out there, recommends avoiding mascara completely. You just splurged on lashes—don’t jeopardize them! Also stay away from waterproof eye makeup; removing it will take a toll on your eyes and can soften the glue. also recommends avoiding loose powder or glittery eyeshadows, which can build up on the roots of your lashes, eventually weakening them and leading to breakage. And if you’re devoted to liner, stick to gel and liquid formulas that won’t tug at your roots.
You’ll have to relearn how to wash your face.
Get as low as possible to the sink— basically stick head into the bowl—and gently splash water on the bottom of your face and forehead. Then carefully suds up the lower half of your face and forehead, rinsing it clean by lightly dabbing and doing a light, outward pulling motion. After that, I use my ring fingers to wet around eyes with any leftover cleanser, following with water. No scrubbing.
And give your eyes extra attention.
you can and will get residue buildup, particularly at the lash line. “Even if you don’t put eye makeup on, there’s still outside impurities and dust [that can get trapped], mix distilled water with a little bit of tear-free baby shampoo and use the mixture to thoroughly clean top lids and the bottom of eyes.”
Like your hair, lashes need to be brushed.
tha lashes would get a little wacky when woke up or after showering. use soft pink spoolie comb your lashes daily. Looking down, support underneath your lashes with your pointer finger. Then gently twirl the spoolie on the top side of your lashes (the opposite of how you’d apply mascara; brushing that way will tug at the hair). .
Never—ever!—pick at them.
The only way to remove eyelashes is with a pro—seriously. You’ll end up tearing out or breaking your lashes if you try it yourself, and it’s not worth it. “That doesn’t mean you have to remove them; you can also just wear them until they all cycle off,Typically they last around three to four weeks.