01. How do I remove eyelash extensions?
The safest way for you to remove your eyelash extensions is to make an appointment and have one of our professionals remove them for you. If you have to remove the eyelash extensions yourself, it is recommended that you use high-quality oil such as virgin coconut or virgin olive oil. Using a cotton pad, simply apply a small amount of the oil on your upper lash line where the extensions mesh with the lashes. Allow it to sit for several minutes. Use the same oiled pad to swipe the lash extensions forward. The extensions should easily break free of the lashes and stick to the pad.
02. Can you wear makeup with eyelash extensions?
If you apply makeup near where your eyelashes are, it is best to use products that are not oil-based. The oil in the makeup will break down the glue that holds the extensions in place and cause them to fall off.
03. Can you use eye drops with eyelash extensions?
You should not use eye drops during the first few hours before or after the extensions are attached. The glue that holds the extension to the lash will break down and not properly bond. It is recommended to avoid using eye drops with extensions, however, if you must use them be sure to apply the drops carefully and wipe away any excess before it has a chance to touch the glued area.
04. How do you avoid red eyes after getting lash extensions?
The best way to avoid getting red eyes from applying lash extensions is to make certain that the professional that is applying the extensions is careful and knows what they are doing. Sometimes people are allergic to the glue that attaches the extensions to the eyelashes. If you are allergic to the glue, or any of the other products that you come into contact with during the procedure, your eyes will most likely redden. If your eyes remain red after 48 hours, or they become excessively uncomfortable, it is best to contact a health care professional and get them checked out.
05. How do you take off makeup with lash extensions?
Make sure to use a safe oil-free makeup remover solution. You can dab a small amount of the remover to a cotton pad, or dip a lash comb into the solution and gently swipe, or comb away any makeup that is stuck to the lashes. Avoid excess moisture on the glued area of the extensions.