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8 Common Eyelash Extension Mistakes You Should Avoid – Beauty Master Asia

8 Common Eyelash Extension Mistakes You Should Avoid

Eyelash extensions definitely look glamorous but there are a few things you must do to make them stay that way.

In order to help your extensions last long and maintain their look, you will have to make some changes in your daily routine.

This includes avoiding certain products and changing up your face washing routine.

Not caring for your extensions can make them fall out faster and give them an untidy appearance.

  1. Pulling Your Eyelash Extensions

Pulling or plucking your lash extensions is one of the worst things you can do to your lashes.

Your natural lashes will get damaged and fall out. In some cases, their growth can be stunted.

If you want to remove your eyelash extensions, go to an experienced lash artist who knows how to remove them safely.

It is also possible to remove them on your own. You can steam your face or take a hot shower to help loosen your lashes. Use an oil based cleanser and dab your lashes with oils like olive oil or coconut oil.

In order to remove your lashes effectively, use a professional lash glue dissolver like the Lashify Melt Away Gossamer Lash Remover.

  1. Not Giving Your Lashes A Break Between Refills

It is important you give your natural lashes a break between refills.

If worn constantly, eyelash extensions can put stress on your natural lashes and they might get sparse and fall out as time goes by.

You should also try to avoid getting heavy and dramatic lash extensions as they put more stress on your lashes. Getting them once in a while is fine but continuous use will definitely wear out your lashes.

Lashify lashes are very lightweight and feel natural on your eyes.

Lashify’s eyelash extension kit is all you need to give your lashes a new makeover from the comfort of your own home.

  1. Sleeping On Your Stomach

If you want your eyelash extensions to last as long as possible, try sleeping on your back instead of your stomach.
While sleeping on your stomach, your face will be pushed into the pillow which will loosen your extensions more easily.

If possible get a silk or satin pillowcase. Rough pillowcases can snag and pull out your lashes.

  1. Getting Your Lashes Wet Within The First 24 Hours

Once you get your fresh batch of lashes installed, keep them away from water for at least the first 24 hours.

The lash adhesive used to bond the lashes needs enough time to dry and create a strong attachment between your natural lashes and extensions.

If you get the adhesive wet, the water will react with it and make it brittle. This will cause the bond to break easily.

Be careful while you wash your face and shower. You can place a washcloth over your eyes to keep it away from water.

If possible, keep your lashes dry for the first 48 hours.

  1. Using Oil Based Makeup Removers

If you are someone who has eyelash extensions and loves doing eye makeup, be careful while removing it.

Oil based makeup can dissolve the lash bond and loosen your extensions. Stick to oil free makeup removers or use gentle low-alkaline soap.

  1. Using Oil Based Makeup Products

Avoid makeup products like oil based and waterproof mascaras.

They dissolve the lash glue and cause your eyelash extensions to fall out faster.

The silicones present in waterproof mascara can also damage your extensions. This kind of mascara is also hard to remove from your lashes.

  1. Using A Mechanical Lash Curler

Never use a mechanical lash curler on your eyelash extensions.

It will damage them and even cause a bend that won’t go away.

If you really want to curl your lashes, invest in a heated eyelash curler.

  1. Taking Hot Showers

While it is okay to shower with eyelash extensions, getting hot water on your lashes is something you should avoid.

The steamy hot water can weaken the lash glue which holds your lashes.

So remember to turn down the temperature of the water when you shower.


Before you get eyelash extensions, make sure you are ready to make these changes in your routine. If you maintain them well, they are definitely worth the investment!

Source: CALIFORNIA News Times.