3 False Myths About Eyelash Extensions

The eyelash extensions are becoming ever more popular and claimed. And, although there are many women who have already dared to wear them, there are still many who still have serious doubts about them. Therefore, today we want to dismantle the false myths that surround lash extensions to help you take the step to try them.

  1. If I use eyelash extensions, my natural lashes will fall out. 

Not at all!

This is the most widespread false myth about eyelash extensions. They are believed to damage your natural lashes and cause them to fall out. However, the process of extensions is always carried out by a specialist, so that your natural eyelashes are not at risk.

The eyelash extensions will fall out and you will have the same number of eyelashes you had before trying this technique. It will seem that you have less quantity because you will go from seeing the extensions to seeing, again, your natural eyelashes.

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  1. I cannot get my extensions wet.

It is important that you allow 24 hours before showering after applying the lash extensions so that the adhesive dries completely. After this, you simply have to brush them at least twice a day and clean them with a specific cream.

Many people believe that with the arrival of summer the fall of eyelash extensions is accelerated by constantly wetting them in the sea or the pool. This is another false myth that we are going to dismantle since, if the extensions are taken care of properly, getting them wet is not a problem.

If you follow these steps, summer will not be a problem for your eyelash extensions.

  1. The process of putting in the extensions is painful and annoying.

The complete placement session lasts between an hour and a half and 2 hours, depending on the type of extension chosen. Of course, the treatment is completely painless. In fact, it’s so relaxing that many clients fall asleep in the process. One more reason to try them.

Final Words

If you are thinking of trying eyelash extensions, remember to go to a specialized center.