Are at home lash lift kits worth it?
Lash lifts involve using chemical solution near your eyes, and experts agree that using an at-home kit is extremely dangerous. “You should not do a lash lift at home,” says Annie Gonzalez, M.D, F.A.A.D., board-certified dermatologist at Riverchase Dermatology.
Are lash lift kits bad for you?
Since lash lifts are a relatively new procedure, little information is available about the potential for side effects. However, there are reports of post-procedure side effects in firsthand reviews. Skin irritation is perhaps the greatest risk of the procedure.
What if I cry after a lash lift?
Lash extensions are water-resistant. It is very important to not cry during the process as crying can spread the glue/vapors causing irritation. Crying during the process will also make it very difficult for the glue to dry and bond the extension to your lashes.
How can I lift my eyelashes naturally?
Spooning. Heat a spoon in a mug of warm water, then press the curved side over your lid and gently press lashes against the curved edge of the spoon for ten seconds. Hold it. After applying mascara, hold lashes in a curled position by gently lifting them at the base of the lid with the length of a cotton swab.
How often can you lash lift at home?
The lashes should fall evenly and will not look out of place. You can repeat the treatment after a minimum of one month if you feel you need to, or you can wait until they are back to their natural state.