How to Make Your Lash Extensions Last Longer
Eyelash extensions are a life saver. Instead of spending time in the morning curling and applying mascara to our eyelashes, you can simply spend time at the salon letting a lash technician work their magic. Then all you have to do is look after them. So we’ve compiled some of our top aftercare tips for making your lash extensions last longer.
Can I get my lashes wet?
After your extensions have been applied, stay away from water for the first 24 hours and steam until 48 hours have passed. During this period, the glue is still setting, and if your lashes are disturbed or exposed to water they could fall out early. You can still shower, just make sure you don’t put your head under the water and whatever you do, don’t rub your eyes. This is the most important tip on making extensions last longer.
How do I sleep with lash extensions in?
It can help to sleep on your back. This might be hard if you’re used to sleeping on your front but sleeping with your face pressed against the pillow can damage your lashes. All that pressure on your extensions can make them fall out, so do what you can to sleep on your back.
Do lash extensions keep their shape?
Lash extensions keep their shape well, especially if they are taken care of. We recommend using a mascara wand to brush your eyelashes morning and night. We have a selection of Lash & Brow Tools and a selection of accessories including Mini Mascara Wands, Brushes or Combs.
How often do I need to top-up my lash extensions?
To make those extensions last longer, go back to the salon every 2-3 weeks for infills. No matter how careful you are with your eyelash extensions, you will naturally lose them over time due to your lash cycle.
If you decide you want to remove your lash extensions, you can do it yourself using the Lash Extension Remover. With its gentle formula, this product enables you to remove unwanted extensions from the comfort of your home so you don’t have to back to the salon. Read our article on how to remove extensions at home.