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How to Take Care of Your Eyelash Extensions

There’s just something very attractive about those long fluttery eyelashes. Don’t you just wish you had them for yourself to enjoy? Unfortunately, you weren’t blessed with the naturally long lashes that your friend has. With that said, is it the end of the world? Eyelash
Eyelash Extension for You
When genetics have failed you, maybe it’s time you turn to extensions for that look you’ve always wanted. Eyelash extensions allow you to experience life with long, full eyelashes. They are guaranteed to stand out, and make people you interact with remember you.
But before you go out and get yourself some lavish lashes, you must first know what you can and can’t do after you get it. Knowing this will allow you to care for your temporary lashes so that they can last longer.
The first 48 is Crucial
Like the way your eyelashes turned out? If you want it to stay looking like that, you have to do your part and take good care of them. Now, the stylists at the salon will offer you advice on how to take care of them. Listen to them. Some of the things to avoid include steam from warm showers, facials, saunas, and swimming pools. Prolonged exposure can damage the adhesive and your lashes can fall off.
Less is more
Once you get your lashes, put the eye makeup on hold. Avoid mascara, eyeliners and the eyeshadows. The less you do with your eyes and the more you avoid make up altogether will let you keep the temporary lashes for at least two weeks. Another thing to avoid are lash curlers as it can be easy to burn your lashes off or lead to breakage.
Oil-free is your friend
It’s more ideal to stay well away from all types of eye makeup. However, if you can’t avoid it, then you should know at least how to safely remove it with minimum damage to your eyelashes. In the event you need to remove eye shadow or liner, choose to use an oil-free makeup remover or baby wipes. Then, use it to wipe upwards towards your eyebrows. The goal is to avoid getting close to the lashline.
Make use of disposable mascara
Dust, and other debris will get into your lashes, as it gets onto everything as soon as you step out the door and make your way through town. To keep it clean without having to get it wet, buy some disposable mascara wands and use it to clean your eyelash extensions. Keeping your lashes clean will allow you to keep them longer and avoid irritation.
Avoid touching
The last tip is to avoid touching the eyelashes as much as you can. That means you must avoid rubbing your eyes as much as possible.
Know how to care for your eyelash extensions and you can get the most out of your money. And if you’re looking for a reliable spa that can offer this service, Glo Laser & Beauty is the place to go. Talk to the team today and let them help you achieve the look you’ve always wanted.

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