How to achieve gorgeous eyelashes? Everything you need to know
It is not a hidden fact that women spend a lot of time and efforts to get those perfect eyelashes. The big heavy dark ones that make us look prettier. But spending a lot of time on the lash curler, the problem arises when you are in a rush. To have that “I woke up with this look” you must go for eyelash extensions.
To achieve that gorgeous eyelash without the everyday hassle you need to know some semi-permanent ways. Here are some important things that you need to know
1. Length variations
First thing, always ensure you pick the lash extension which is similar to the length of your real lashes. This will help in giving a natural look and also won’t feel so heavy on your lids.
2. Give your lashes a break!
Repeated use of eyelash extensions can cause traction alopecia, a condition where the hair falls out due to excessive tension placed on the hair shaft. So make sure to give a break to reapplication of the extensions.
3. Pick the right extension material
Extensions are available in multiple materials like silk extensions, mink extensions, etc. The most preferred eyelash extension is mink, which gives the actual natural look to your eyes and also does not harm your original eyelash.
4. Beware of the allergies
Before getting extensions, you must ask as many questions you can ask to pick the appropriate material and how to put the lash extension. Asking the questions about that will help you in case of any allergies which can also affect your eyes.
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5. Cleaning the face while wearing the extensions
You might consider going easy with your daily face washing process while wearing the eyelash extensions, but do not do so! While wearing the extension we usually don’t wash our eyes and doing that may lead to build-up that causes further infections in the future. We’d like to suggest using a gentle cleanser, like a baby soap or shampoo to clean your eyes. Or you should consult an ophthalmologist if you have already noticed some swelling, irritation or itching in your eyes.
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