You asked: Does humidity affect lash extensions?

Humidity TOO HIGH speeds up adhesive cure speed resulting in: Poor attachment. The adhesive may partially cure before you’re able to attach, resulting in lash extensions not attaching well.

What should the temperature and humidity be for eyelash extensions?

Humidity and how to deal with it



When applying eyelash extensions your room temperature should be between 16 and 24°C and your humidity should be between 40 and 70%. To monitor your humidity levels we recommend you use a hygrometer which measures the humidity and moisture in your treatment room.

Does heat ruin eyelash extensions?

Not only can your lashes get singed, but extreme heat can also cause synthetic lash extensions to melt, which can make your lashes appear clumpy when they cool back down. What a mess! Steer clear of high heat to avoid losing that beautiful shape you and your stylist have worked so hard to perfect.

Why do my clients have bad lash retention?

There are many factors which can cause retention issues, however, most of the time, retention issues are caused by clients not properly caring for their extensions in between lash fills. It is very important to go over after care with your client after each visit; this includes returning clients.

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Should I let my lash extensions air dry?

After showers, blot lashes dry, let them air dry, or use a hair dryer on the cool setting. Do not rub them. Try to avoid makeup, heavy creams, oils, and facial products on your lash line. To much product on the lash line can cause build up and/or break down the adhesive quicker.

Why do my lash extensions fall out so fast?

If the humidity is very high during your lash appointment, the adhesive may set too quickly. If the adhesive sets before the extension attaches to the natural lash then there will be poor adhesion and the lash will eventually just pop off after a day or two.

Can you sleep on your side with lash extensions?

A: Not necessarily! Most eyelash technicians will highly recommend sleeping on your back in order to protect your eyelash extensions from getting tugged at or pulled off in your sleep. See, when you sleep on your side or on your front, your face usually ends up rubbing against your pillow or bedcovers.

Do and don’ts for eyelash extensions?

Lash Extensions: Do’s and Don’ts According to an Expert

  • DON’T get your extensions wet for 24-48 hours after application. …
  • DO make sure your lash artist uses individual lashes, NOT clusters. …
  • DON’T use oily products near your eyes. …
  • DO take care of your natural lashes. …
  • DON’T forget to brush your lashes.

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.

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