The first 48 hours after eyelash extensions:
It takes 48 hours for the adhesive to dry thoroughly and yield a strong,
lasting bond. During this time, the adhesive is sensitive to moisture,
steam, excessive heat, cosmetic ingredients coming into contact with
the adhesive bond and friction from rubbing and cleansing.
Please avoid the following activities to prevent a weaker bond,
premature eyelash extension loss and or irritation.
The following should be AVOIDED during the first 48 hours:
-Showering or wetting your lashes
-Exposure to heat, steam, sauna and friction
-Application of eye and eyelash cosmetics
-Rubbing your eyes into your pillow
-Receiving chemical treatments (eyelash tinting or perming)
-Receiving irritating eye area treatments
-Strong chemical peels
-Skin re-surfacing procedures
After the first 48 hours:
Keep sauna, steam room and tanning visits to a minimum
as the application of constant heat and moisture weakens the
adhesive bond resulting in premature lash extension loss.
Cleanse your lashes and your eyelids daily to maintain healthy
and beautiful lashes and lash follicles. Do not use cotton balls,
cotton rounds or swabs directly on the eyelashes as the fibers
may get lodges in the bond areas lash extensions.
You can cleanse your face and eyes prior to showering to minimize
exposure of lashes to water
Brush your lashes daily to style your lash extensions into place.Be gentle with your lashes, avoid rubbing and pulling your eyelashes.
Avoid oil-based and waterproof mascara. Regular mascara is not
recommended for use as it will dissolve the bond with the lashes.
Avoid any creams, eye makeup removers, lotions, sunscreens or
cleansers containing oils on or near eyelashes.
Oils can loosen the bond of lash extensions.
If you apply eye cream, do so sparingly and avoid the lash line area.
-Do NOT use an eyelash curler on your extensions.
-We recommend touch-up appointments every 2-3 weeks;
to fill in the areas your natural lashes have fallen out and
new lashes are growing in.