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Day-By-Day to care for you eyelash extensions!


The smartest way to maintain your lashes is to keep away from water for the first four hours. From there on, avoid oil, salt, or glycols in cleansers. You should also cleanse, dry, and brush your new lashes regularly.


Here’s a quick glance at the 7 most important aspects of eyelash extension aftercare:


Aftercare Tips & Recommendations


Day-By-Day ..First 24 Hours: No water, cooking, crying, or sweating.

Day Two To Five: No heat or saunas, but you can swim, shower, sweat, and cry!

Day Five until your next refill: Clean, wash, dry, and brush lash extensions daily.


Makeup and Skincare Avoid oil, salt, glycol, or alcohol-based lash extension products.


When Wearing Natural Lash Extensions Avoid water for 24 hours.


When Going for a Swim Avoid prolonged exposure to chlorine (swimming pool) and salt (in the ocean). Wear goggles.


What to Expect and What’s Unusual Avoid allergies and reactions with an allergy test and a certified lash tech that applies lashes properly.


How to Know It’s Time for a Refill When your lashes are 50% thinner. Generally, this is two to four weeks for most people.


How to Maintain Lashes After Removal Use lash serums to condition and nourish your lashes daily.


Dos And Don’ts For Maintaining Your Lash Extensions. Here’s what to keep in mind:



Don’t go for hot treatments, tanning beds, saunas, or stand close to BBQs and grills.


Do get a licensed lash technician.


Don’t sleep on your stomach.


Do sleep on a silk pillowcase.


Don’t use facial products with oil in them.


Do clean your lashes once or twice a day.


Don’t rub your eyes.


Do brush your lashes.


Don’t wait too long for a refill appointment.


Do refills at the right time to avoid doing full treatments.


Don’t use eye products with conflicting ingredients (salt, oil, alcohol, glycols, waterproof mascara/eyeliner).


Do let your lashes dry normally.


Don’t swim in saltwater for a long time.


Do protect your lashes from heat and salt.


Don’t use cotton pads, wipes, and Q-tips.


Do use lint-free makeup removers.


Don’t use a lash curler or try to curl you eyelash extensions.


Do use normal eye products instead of waterproof mascaras and eyeliners.



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