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Long Lasting Lashes: Your Guide To Flawless Eyelash Extensions

Updated: Mar 4, 2020

Long lashes are increasingly popular and coveted. But making your eyes pop with elegant eyelashes can be a difficult and time-consuming challenge. 

You probably know the story, sitting behind your bedroom mirror and trying to glob on three layers of mascara. And even then, not getting quite the effect you're looking for. If you've been in that situation, you've probably thought about eyelash extensions. 

Real eyelash extensions are a step past fake lashes. They can last for weeks, giving you that Bambi-lashes look first thing out of bed in the morning. Like hair extensions, eyelash extensions are made from individual strands of synthetic material and attached to your existing lashes. 

Read on, and we'll walk you through everything you need to know about eyelash extensions. 

Applying Eyelash Extensions

If you've ever been frustrated at the process of gluing fake eyelashes on, you'll be happy to know that applying eyelash extensions is a much more pleasing process.

Typically, eyelash extensions will be applied by a trained technician. You'll lie down for about half an hour while they glue your new lashes down a little bit by bit, lining it carefully up with your natural lashes. If that doesn't sound relaxing enough, some salons even offer a complimentary massage. 

Eyelash extensions are also highly customizable as well. Unlike most fake lashes, you can choose the exact length that you want at a salon. That means you can get something more natural or embrace your Kardashian side: the choice is up to you. 

There are also usually multiple options when it comes to curl type and the type of fiber. This means a salon can help create lashes that best match with your own natural look with little difficulty. 

Things To Know

As great as eyelash extensions can be, there are a few things you should be aware of before rushing over to your local salon. 

While most salons offer all kinds of sizes and types, not all may work for your eye. The type of lashes one can get depends greatly on the length and strength of your natural lashes. Too long or too thick of additions can damage your natural lashes, which you'll obviously want to avoid. 

But don't worry too much, a trained lash specialist should help make sure you get the best lashes for you. 

Other things to be aware of: eyelash extensions take a certain amount of care. You'll need to work hard to keep them dry and safe (no crying!) for up to 12 hours after application. This way they will dry properly.

While eyelash extensions can last for weeks, they also require a certain amount of care. Eyelashes fall out naturally with time, so you may find yourself making return trips to the salon for fill-ins and touch-ups to your new look. 

Rocking Your New Lash Extensions

Long lashes can make you the envy of any crowd, and eyelash extensions can give you that glam look around the clock. If you have more questions about eyelash extensions, you can contact us anytime for help. 

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