Who need Eyelash Extensions?
- If you want to look more feminine at all times
- If you have sparse, thin, fragile/weak lashes
- If you have straight and/or short lashes
- If you want to be ready in the morning in your busy life
- If you are allergic to mascara
- If you are tired of putting mascara on and taking off every day
- If you want to have fuller, thicker, lush lashes
- If your lashes are so light in color (such as blonde)
- If you are suffering Alopecia (can be resolved in most cases)
- If you want to enhance the face and attract attention to your eyes
- If you want to achieve a brighter and youthful look (no more tired eyes)
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FACTS ABOUT EYELASH EXTENSIONS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
- Eyelash Extensions are totally safe when done by a certified technician with aesthetic/cosmo background.
- All materials are formulated specially for use around the eye area (not hair or nail glue).
- Individual eyelash extensions are applied to individual hair to maintain a healthy shedding cycle regardless of wearing extensions.
- There is NO one size fits all in eyelash extensions. Choosing a heavy lash extensions can cause stress to follicle, thus weak/fragile lashes will need lighter (thinner) lash extensions.
- An experienced lash technician will customize the appropriate lashes (length, thickness, curl) for your unique lashes.
- You do not need to take a â€œbreakâ€ from lash extensions. Technicians who promote repeatedly, â€œone full set, a fill then removal and a new setâ€ are not doing lashes properly.
- Lash extensions can be worn for years on end and many clients have their natural lashes look HEALTHIER than using eyelash curler and mascara.
- A full set of lash extensions when done SAFELY by experienced artistic lash technician takes about 1.5-2 hours. While a clean, proper fill appointment takes from 50 minutes to 1.5 hours to ensure lash longevity and safe procedure. It is a very meticulous and time consuming process then it is NOT cheap.
- Allergic reaction is rare but is possible to individual who are sensitive to medical tape, cyanoacrylate-based adhesive, and Rosacea. Most lash lounges will offer FREE removal if you are having a reaction.
- The FDA does not currently regulate eyelash extensions, nor do they approve eyelash extension adhesive. If a company is claiming they or their products are â€œapprovedâ€ by the FDA, they are sadly misinformed.