You should wait 24 hours before getting your fresh lash extensions wet, as well as after getting a lash lift done. It is also recommended you wait 48 hours before doing heavily sweaty exercise and well as swimming or going into a sauna.
Can I go into the sauna with lash extensions?
Avoid going to saunas, steam rooms or similar places. Direct contact with steam is not ideal for your eyelash extensions. Even after 4 hours, your lash glue can still be unstable for three days.
How do you wash your face with eyelash extensions?
Do not rub or pull on your eyelash extensions. Keep your Eyelash Extensions dry for 4-6 hours after your appointment. You may wash your face in the sink using a washcloth, avoiding the eye area. Keep all oil based products away from the eyes and remember that everything on your face will travel to the eye area.
How do you shower with eyelash extensions?
After the 48 hour period, you’re safe to shower again. It’s a myth that you should never get your eyelash extensions wet once having a new set, in-fact quite the opposite! Top tip: When showering, don’t position your head in the full strength of water flow. Let the water instead run down your face.
How often should you brush lash extensions?
To take care of your eyelash extensions, brush your lashes daily to prevent crisscrossing. A simple 15–20 second sweep through your lashes in the morning will put stray lashes in their place.
How often should I fill my eyelash extensions?
“Extensions will shed with your natural hair growth cycle, which is typically every six to eight weeks,” says Richardson. “Refills are a great way to extend the life of your lashes and are recommended every two to three weeks.”
How do I protect my eyelash extensions?
Wondering how you should care for your lashes? Just follow the 5 steps below:
- CLEAN + BRUSH THEM DAILY. …
- BE GENTLE ON YOUR LASHES. …
- USE AN EYELASH EXTENSION SEALANT. …
- DON’T MISS YOUR REFILLS… …
- ONLY USE LASH EXTENSION-FRIENDLY PRODUCTS.
Can you sleep on your side with eyelash extensions?
A: Not necessarily! Most eyelash technicians will highly recommend sleeping on your back in order to protect your eyelash extensions from getting tugged at or pulled off in your sleep. See, when you sleep on your side or on your front, your face usually ends up rubbing against your pillow or bedcovers.