To maintain long-lasting, beautiful lashes please read the after care instructions
Immediately After The Procedure
t least 6 hours following the procedure, avoid washing your face, taking a bath, swimming, hot yoga or place with high humidity. Although the surface of your eyelash may look dry, the glue is not fully dried yet. The key to long-lasting eyelashes is avoiding moisture on the first day.
Daily Facial Washing Routine:
A ll cleansers need to be oil-free. Daily use of cleansers containing oil can weaken the glue’s bond as oil is easily absorbed between your natural lashes and the extensions.
When Cleansing Your Face:
Try to refrain from touching your lashes. Clean the eyelid and under the eyes horizontally with your fingers as to avoid touching your lashes. We recommend using Q-tips for gently cleaning eyelids.
Please Do Not Face the Shower Head onto your eyelashes. Strong water pressure can change the direction of eyelashes. The best way of washing your face is clean under your eyes first with your palm then over the eyes. The key is to avoid wetting your lashes.
When Drying Your Face, start under the eyes then above the eyes. When lashes still have moisture, you can gently blow dry with cold air and comb with an eyelash brush.
Skincare: To apply skincare products around your eyes, it is best to use your fingers. If using cotton balls, avoid touching the lashes.
Can I Use Eyeliner?
Soft gel liner or liquid liner is recommended as they can be gently applied on the roots of your lashes. Avoid hard pensil type liners.
When eyelashes are covered with eyeshadow or foundation, what shall I do? Wipe gently with water soaked or oil-free cleansing Q-tip covered with tissue.
Can I use Mascara?
Mascara is not recommended. Removing mascara can be damaging for eyelash extensions. When it is necessary, use the special mascara for eyelash extensions.
How about an Eyelash Curler?
A mechanical eyelash curler is not recommended. The curler will damage the extensions and possibly your own natural lashes.
Caring for your eyelashes during sleep
Facing down to sleep can bend or change the direction of eyelashes. The best way to prevent this is to sleep facing up.