1) They Hurt! Whether its during your appointment or after, extensions should be comfortable ALL OF THE TIME! If your lash line feels “tight” that is a sign that the extensions were glued onto your skin and may also be too thick. That tight feeling is your skin trying to stretch but can’t.
How do you fix stiff eyelash extensions?
First, try to gently straighten them to return them to their natural curl. If that doesn’t work, you may need to return to the salon to see if your technician can provide a solution. With the right care and attention, you can either avoid or correct lash extension clumping.
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.
Do lash extensions go on every lash?
2. Taking too much time to isolate the “perfect lash”. … A lot of new lash artists look for an ideal natural lash to apply the extension to – always keep in mind that every lash needs an extension applying to it, so it really doesn’t matter which lash you choose to do first.
Why are my lash extensions clumping together?
Oil breaks down the glue bonds which can cause lashes to clump together. Are you cleaning your extensions properly every day as per your aftercare (apart from first 24 hours when glue is still curing)? Again, natural oils and sweat build up along the lash line which can break down bonds, cause infections and clumping.
Should I give my lashes a break from extensions?
Should You Give Your Natural Lashes a Break Between Extensions? “It’s not necessary to give your lashes a break since your natural hair growth cycle occurs every six to eight weeks,” says Richardson. “To keep your lashes looking their best, you should get refills every three to four weeks.