Eyelash Extensions – A Little Refresher for Newbies
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If you love using Instagram, then you have probably seen several “before
and after” shots of ladies proudly showing off their eyelashes after getting
lash eyelash extensions. If you are like most women, then you are probably
easily influenced by these pictures because we all know how much you want
to have those lengthy eyelashes as well. You are probably thinking of calling
your local salon right now so you can schedule an appointment to have
those eyelash extensions applied on you. Before you do that though, there
are a few important things that you need to know first.
First, you will want to know the difference between false eyelashes and lash
extensions. These two are not the same, so try not to be confused. Falsies,
which is another term used to describe false eyelashes, usually only last for
about a day while lash extensions are more semi-permanent and can last
you for up to three weeks. Regular touch-ups can ensure that your lash
extensions last you throughout the year, so what is not to like about this?
Eyelash extensions are basically just fake eyelashes that are individually
glued on top of your natural lashes. You should let only an experienced
aesthetician do this for you because the entire process can be pretty tedious
and time consuming. These extensions will eventually grow out along with
your natural lashes, and they also fall off when yours does as well.
You have three types of eyelash extensions to choose from: mink, synthetic,
and silk. Mink is the most expensive of all the lash extension types and could
cost you up to $500 for a complete set. They can extend the fullness and
length of your natural lashes on a semi-permanent basis, which makes it
quite the bang for your hard earned buck.
Just remember that this is a procedure that will take a couple of hours to
complete and can cost you a pretty good sum. You will have to be patient
and avoid any sudden eye movements while the aesthetician goes to work
on you to ensure that everything goes accordingly. You can find more info at