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The good and the bad of getting a long eyelash extension

The Good and the Bad of Getting a Long Eyelash Extension

Have you ever seen all of the “before and after” photos that are being

posted by women on Instagram after they have just gotten some eyelash

extensions applied on them? Getting a long eyelash extension is something

that has grown in popularity over the years. Most women are easily

influenced by some of the photos that they see online, so it shouldn’t come

as a shock if you or someone else that you know suddenly decides to call the

local salon so you can schedule your appointment to have lash extensions

applied on you.

The thought of sporting long, dark lashes each day without having to put on

makeup is enough to tempt any woman to schedule an appointment.

However, there are a few important things that need to be pointed out

before you do anything. First, you should know about the different kinds of

lash extensions available in the market: synthetic, silk, and mink.

Synthetic lashes are the most affordable and should cost you about $75 per

set. Mink lashes, on the other hand, are the most expensive of the bunch.

They are made out of mink fur and a complete set may cost up to $500 or

more depending on the length and thickness of the extensions. You should

also not confuse eyelash extensions with false eyelashes, or “falsies” as they

are called, because they are two completely different things.

Falsies are temporary and can only last you for a day. Eyelash extensions, on

the other hand, are semi-permanent and can last for up to 12 weeks and

even longer if you have them touched-up regularly. They do a great job of

enhancing the length and thickness of your natural lashes, so they are

definitely going to be worth your money.

Having eyelash extensions applied on you means you will have to shoulder

the responsibility of taking care of them, and boy are they going to be a lot

to handle. If you want them to last you for a year, then you will need to have

them retouched once every 2 to 3 weeks, which means additional expenses

for you. You can know more at