You asked: Can you trim lash extensions?

Can I trim my lashes or trim my extensions? No, trimming your lash extensions runs the risk of trimming your natural lashes. Plus extensions are tapered at the end so they already come to a point. If you feel that your lashes are too long you may need to ask your artist to go shorter!

How do I fix my eyelash extensions after sleeping?

Silk Pillowcases



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 do professionals use to remove eyelash extensions?

The most common method is using coconut oil or olive oil to break down the lash adhesive. That being said, it is always best to have your lashes removed by a professional to avoid any damage to your natural lashes. Professionals use a special remover designed to soften the adhesive bond.

Are my eyelash extensions too heavy?

Lash extensions that are too heavy for the natural lash will tangle and crisscross constantly and require extra grooming. Excessive weight from using eyelash extensions that are too thick or too long for the natural lash can cause the natural lash itself to prematurely shed or even break off.

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Can eyelashes be too long?

Scientists have long thought that eyelashes either protect the eye from the sun or catch dust that might otherwise land in the eye. … But when lashes are too long, they no longer trap air and instead funnel airflow onto the eye, likely increasing evaporation and particle deposition.

How do you make fake eyelashes less dramatic?

Secrets To Making False Lashes Look Natural

  1. Always trim your lashes to fit your eyes.
  2. When possible, opt for lash strips with an invisible lash band.
  3. Apply liquid liner to your top lash line.
  4. Apply mascara to your natural lashes to help them blend with your lash strips.
  5. Use clear lash glue instead of black.
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