what are eyelash extension

pros and cons?

what are eyelash extension

pros and cons?

A very common question people have are 'what are the pros and cons of getting my eyelashes done?' 'are there any cons to having eyelash extensions?'

Well, find out in this blog the real pros and cons, we're diving deep into what you need to know before getting your eyelashes done...

the pros

  • The confidence boost lashes give you
  • No false lashes/mascara needed
  • Saves you time in the morning getting ready
  • You don't need to wait 24 hours to get them wet
  • Friendship build up with your lash artist
  • Self care time
  • They look great
  • You can still wear make up
  • Tailored to your eye shape
  • Lash naps are the best naps

the cons

  • You could be allergic to the adhesive
  • They can be costly
  • They can damage your NL, if applied incorrectly
  • Depending on your artist, they can take a few hours per infill
  • Hormones and medical conditions can cause premature lash fall out
  • You should avoid rubbing your eyes and sleeping on your front

is there anything else i need to know?

They need daily cleansing, period.

If you don't have the time to do this, make time.

Or, rethink if you can have them.. oil and dirt build up can cause irritation and infections. Cleaning them also keeps them looking fluffy and fresh.

You need to be sure your lash artist can meet your expectations.

If you want a uniformed and wispy set- look at their Instagram and ensure they can do this, you don't want to be disappointed in the results!

Don't be afraid to ask questions.

Your professional should be happy to answer any questions you may have- and if they're not, maybe they're not the right lash artist for you! They should be open and honest about their services.

You can still shower with them.

It is such outdated advice that you need to wait 24 hours to get them wet, products have evolved and super bonder is now a thing. Don't be mistaken and think you can't get them wet, you can!!!

Can you commit to regular infills?

You shouldn't remove them yourself: even using oils/Vaseline isn't recommended. You can pull out your natural lashes in the process, always keep up with infills, or have them removed professionally.

If you have a reaction, check what the allergy is.

You can be allergic to an ingredient called 'carbon black' and if that's the case: use a clear glue. If your allergy is cyanoacrylate then you can't have lashes period, this is in all lash glues!

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