Expert Lash Care Tips
Want to make your eyelash extensions last? Proper care is key! At The Beauty House Toronto, we’re not only experts in lash extensions but also in educating our clients. In this blog post, we’ll share valuable tips to maintain your lashes and keep them flawless for weeks to come.
Keep Them Dry
After your lash procedure, avoid water, steam, and humidity for 24 to 48 hours. This allows the adhesive to bond fully, ensuring the strength and longevity of your lash extensions.
Cleanse your lash line regularly using a gentle, oil-free lash cleanser. Apply it with a lint-free brush or cotton swab, gently cleaning along the lash line to prevent irritation and maintain cleanliness.
Avoid Oil-Based Products:
Oil-based skincare and makeup products can weaken lash adhesive. Opt for oil-free alternatives to maintain a strong bond. Look for oil-free makeup removers, cleansers, and eyeliners specially formulated for lash extensions.
Handle with Care:
Treat your extensions gently. Avoid rubbing, pulling, or excessive touching, which can cause damage or premature shedding. Pat your lashes dry after cleansing or showering, and steer clear of eyelash curlers to preserve the bond and longevity.
Keep your lash extensions fluffy and well-groomed by regularly brushing them with a clean, spoolie brush. Gently comb from root to tip to separate lashes and maintain their beautiful appearance.
Eyelash extensions shed naturally with your lash cycle. To keep your lashes full and voluminous, book regular refill appointments with our experienced lash technicians. They’ll replace any shed extensions, ensuring a consistently flawless look.
Follow these essential care tips to prolong the life of your eyelash extensions. At The Beauty House Toronto, we take pride in our exceptional services and equipping clients with the knowledge to maintain their lashes effectively. For any questions or professional assistance, reach out to our expert team. Flaunt your stunning lashes confidently, stealing the spotlight with your mesmerizing eyes!