To maintain a complete, soft and lush look, we recommend only 1 set of refills (or, in exceptional cases, a maximum of two) between each complete set. Think of it this way: if you apply hairspray too many times between washes, your hair would be stiff and lumpy. Therefore, we recommend booking an appointment for eyelash filler 2 to 3 weeks after the initial appointment. Most eyelash extension technicians recommend that you refill your eyelashes every 2-3 weeks.
Sometimes, you can wait longer, even up to 4 weeks, depending on the retention, maintenance of the eyelash extensions and the skin care products you use (more information below). Fillers are recommended every 3 weeks, but we all differ in hair growth and loss rates. If you are a new customer who just had a full set, we strongly recommend that you refill it after 3 weeks, however, some customers will refill it after 4 weeks. Eyelash education means a lot to us at Lady Lash.
We always want you to know what's going on with your eyelashes and how to get the most out of them. Cleaning your eyelashes thoroughly about four times a week, removing makeup with an oil-free makeup remover and avoiding mascara are the three best habits you should adopt to make those extensions last. You can still reserve a new set while you have your eyelash extensions on, just tell your artist and they will set aside an additional amount of time to remove your old eyelash extensions first. The lovely customer above has less than 30% of her eyelash extensions left, which means she'll have to apply a new set.
There is more than one way to remove an eyelash with tweezers, some examples would be the banana peel technique, which consists of separating natural eyelashes and false eyelashes from each other at the tip or base with just a few tweezers. If you put on fillers after the main treatments, you can keep your lashes looking fuller every day, without the need for a full replacement set. Taking care of your eyelashes is the easiest way to ensure that you can stretch your fillers for as long as possible, and it's very easy to incorporate into your beauty routine. Both services start by removing long or oversized eyelash extensions, and then replacing and applying new extensions.
At the time of filling, it is imperative that the eyelash technician remove any eyelashes that have no longer grown and are ready to rebalance them. As you approach week 4, it's time to start thinking about buying a new set of eyelashes. Once you reach the four-week mark, you might still be satisfied with your eyelashes when you look in the mirror, but they've often grown to the point where they wobble on the brink of falling. Even if you clean them regularly, some dirt and dirt will remain and all extensions must be removed so that natural eyelashes have time to breathe and recover.