Is it ok to let lash extensions grow out?

First of all, we strongly recommend that you simply let your eyelashes grow. This will naturally cause your extensions to fall out on their own without having to tear out your eyelashes with them. Long-term use of synthetic eyelashes entails risks, especially when it comes to the condition of natural eyelashes, since they suffer trauma to the eyelashes as they become shorter, thinner and weaker and, in some cases, the total loss of natural eyelashes may occur. There is also the threat of eye health problems, such as conjunctivitis and the long-term problem of bletharitis, which could mean that any future use of eyelash extensions is no longer a consideration.

To ensure that natural eyelashes recover from the constant use of eyelash extensions, eyelash extensions should be removed every six to eight months to allow the eyelid line to be thoroughly cleaned after months of makeup and bacteria buildup, and also for natural eyelashes grow and thicken. We recommend a minimum of two months of rest after eyelash extensions to allow natural eyelashes to fully recover and regrow. I would recommend letting them fall out naturally or looking for a different eyelash studio that loads less. The reason for this is twofold: on the one hand, you may have gotten used to the appearance of having extensions and have forgotten what your eyelashes actually look like.

The other option is to apply a little solution to a clean finger and massage the eyelid line and eyelash. At the end of my last cycle, I could see my natural eyelashes grow at the base of the eyelid and the thicker, darker extension stood out. Tomorrow my extensions will be removed because I can't afford the maintenance and the hassle of filling them every 2 weeks, sometimes sooner. I've had them free for about 2 weeks and have been using castor oil to grow them for the past week.

Keep looking for all the information you need on how to remove the eyelash extension the right way to protect your eyelash line. And out of love for everything sacred, although you may think that shortening the extension is a good idea, to make it look more natural, professionals say it's not simple and simple. If you're not familiar with it, getting eyelash extensions involves placing false fringes on real lashes using adhesive glue. I LOVED having eyelash extensions and will definitely have them again in the future, for holidays or special occasions.

However, one of the main reasons why I haven't bought eyelash extensions yet is because I've always been a little afraid of what happens to your eyelashes afterwards. I really felt like I had all the benefits of eyelash extensions: I loved the look of the extensions and how they really simplified my daily beauty routine. I would definitely recommend it since my eyelashes already look noticeably longer and fuller since using castor oil. Doing your own eyelash extension waxing involves the enormous unwanted risk of damaging your natural lashes, and all eyelash professionals strongly advise against this.

Briana Amass
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