Yes, eyelash extensions are for everyone. Very fair people can have a lash tint prior to the application of extensions. Those with shorter and finer lashes can have more light weight lash extensions applied.
How short can eyelashes be for extensions?
There are countless lash lengths to choose from for extensions that typically range from lengths 8-15. Depending on where you go, some will have more or less, but this range is pretty standard anywhere you go.
Do I have enough lashes for extensions?
Generally, if you have natural eyelashes, you can get lash extensions. … On the other hand, if you have few or no natural lash hairs, if your lashes are weak, in poor condition, you have a medical condition that has left you with no lashes or you have severe allergies, then you may not be a candidate for lash extensions.
Why are eyelashes short after extensions?
Your false lashes will start to fall off, which creates opportunities to pick them off. … If you’ve ever had your eyelash extensions grow out naturally, you might notice that your lashes look extra stubby and short – this is most likely because your lashes broke when the lash extension came off!
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.
Who Cannot have eyelash extensions?
The following clients may not wear eyelash extensions:
Miss Sensitivity– Having irritation around the eye area after using skin care or makeup, extensions may not suit you. Sensitive eyes (itchy eyes, seasonal hay fever etc.) could cause lashes to fall off prematurely.
Who is not a good candidate for eyelash extensions?
If you have an eye condition where the eye does not look healthy or have an adhesive or latex allergy, you are probably not a candidate for eyelash extensions. Consult with your ophthalmologist for a recommendation or stop in for a consultation. You have no natural lashes.
Is lash lift worth it for short eyelashes?
If you are looking for capital-D drama or have super-short lashes, you’ll probably want to consider extensions. If you like your natural lashes and just want a more wide-eyed look, or have a more natural vibe and want to skip mascara, a lash lift is a great choice for you.
What lashes to use on straight lashes?
B curl lash extensions will give the straight natural lashes a bit more lift than a J curl. B curl lashes have a bit more curl than J curls, but they are still an excellent option for clients with straight lashes that point straight or upward. Also, the B curl is an excellent option for inner corner lashes.
What can’t you do with eyelash extensions?
Don’t: Touch them!
Avoid plucking, pulling, yanking and twisting your lashes. If you need them gone, book in for a professional removal to have them removed safely. If not you can damage your natural lashes causing baldness (no thanks!)