How Long Do Lash Extensions Last?

How Long Do Lash Extensions Last?

Are you considering getting eyelash extensions, but you're afraid to make the leap? While some people may have heard about lash myths, others don't know whether it's worth the cost if they only last a few weeks. We're here to help you out with your decision. 

Lash extensions can last longer than you're probably predicting, especially if you know how to take care of them the right way. 

How Long Do Lash Extensions Last? 

Your eyelash extensions will last up to six to eight weeks long, though the length depends on how well you're able to take care of them.

Instead of falling out all at once, they'll shed gradually with the natural cycle of your eyelashes. This means that you don't have to worry about uneven lashes if you don't want to continue using them. 

If you want to continue with your eyelash extensions, we recommend refilling them every two to three weeks or before they begin falling out. 

How long they last also depends on the eyelash glue or adhesive used and your technician’s skill level. High-quality glue enables better adherence to the eyelashes.

An experienced technician with hands-on training will also apply the eyelashes so that there's a good seal. They'll also be able to recommend beautiful eyelashes that suit your face and eye shape so that they aren't too thick or thin. Not only will this look flattering and natural on you, but the right size eyelash will also help it last longer! 

Beauty Tips for Lash Extensions

Don't Rub Your Eyes

Although you can touch your eyelashes gently, you'll want to use your common sense and avoid tugging on them or rubbing them. Doing this regularly over time will make it more likely for your eyelashes to fall out faster. 

Avoid Eyelash Curlers

You'll want to avoid using eyelash curlers for the same reason we recommend not rubbing or tugging your eyelashes. Pulling on them in any way will make it more likely that your eyelashes fall out prematurely. 

Use Water-Based Beauty Products

The products that touch your face must be water-based. There's still a chance that the oil in a cleanser, eyeliner, or toner can touch or drip onto your eyelashes. Although this step isn't necessary if you're careful, this can help you avoid future frustrations if you often get eyelash extensions. 

Sleep On Your Back

Stomach sleeper - this may be a hard recommendation if you're not used to sleeping on your back, but if you can manage it, you'll be able to enjoy your lashes for longer. While you're sleeping, rolling onto your side or your stomach will naturally press your eyelashes into your pillow, putting pressure on them for extended amounts of time. You can also use a silk or satin pillowcase to remove friction. 

Brush Your Eyelashes

One tip that people often forget is that it's helpful to brush your eyelashes like you brush your hair. With a clean mascara wand, brush through your eyelashes in the morning or evening to help them look fluffy and voluminous throughout the day.

Lash Fills

Last but not least, if you want to keep your lash extensions looking voluminous, you'll want to come back for lash fills every two to three weeks. If you wait too long between fills and all your lashes fall out, you'll need to invest in a full set instead.

Heavy, grown-out lash extensions will also do damage to your natural lashes. The weight pressing against your natural lashes may cause them to fall out prematurely! 

Beautiful Long Lashes Today

One of the best parts about eyelash extensions is that you can enjoy an effortless look with naturally long eyelashes without the need for mascara or eyelash curlers.

If you find the best eyelash technician that uses high-quality products, you'll be able to enjoy your eyelashes for a month or even longer.

Ready to enjoy long, luscious lashes? Find a lash provider near you today!
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