Can I use eyelash curlers with my Eyelash Extensions? You CANNOT use MECHANICAL eyelash curlers as they can prematurely damage your Eyelash Extensions. Eyelash extensions are created with a beautiful curl, but for those of you who want an extreme curl we recommend using a HEATED EYELASH CURLER.
Is it bad to curl lash extensions?
Can I use Eyelash Curlers with Eyelash Extensions? We do not recommend using mechanical eyelash curlers on your eyelash extensions as these curlers will damage the extensions and possibly your own natural lashes.
Should I curl my lashes before eyelash extensions?
we need your eyelashes to be in the most natural and healthy state they can prior to your lash extension application. please do not curl your eyelashes, or use any other manipulation on them the day of your appointment.
Why don’t my lashes stay curled?
Heating your eyelash curler will help lock in the curl. You can add heat to your eyelash curler prior to curling by holding a blow-dryer close to it for a few seconds. … This trick also works if you have coarse lashes that won’t curl easily. Another option is to use a heated eyelash curler.
Is Wind bad for eyelash extensions?
You’re lashes will not fly away with you in the wind. When to get them: I would recommend trying them out before any big occasions, like a wedding, because they are a lot to handle and they’re going to take a little bit of getting used to.
How do I fix my eyelash extensions after sleeping?
Resting your head and lashes on a silk pillowcase is ideal when you have eyelash extensions. Not only will it allow your lashes and the extensions themselves to glide on the surface while you sleep, but you will also avoid any lashes getting caught or pulled like when you use a cotton pillowcase.
What is the most popular lash extension size?
Most salons would usually stock 8mm – 14mm in their inventory; 9mm – 12mm are the most popular sizes. Longer is not always better, using lashes 14mm or longer are not always ideal unless you already have strong, long natural lashes to begin with.
Is C curl or D curl better for hooded eyes?
D curl lashes (as known as CC curl)
Because of its dramatic upward curl, if used for clients with upward-angle natural lashes or with heavily hooded eyelids, the extensions may prick the client’s eyelids. For that reason, D curl is more suitable for clients with downward-angle natural lashes.