Cleansing

It is important that you cleanse your lashes 2-3 times a week for non-makeup wearers and daily for ladies that wear makeup. Use a clean, soft-bristled makeup brush to work a Oil Free Lash Cleanser into the lashes in an “up and down” motion, NEVER scrub side to side as it weakens the glue bond and can cause fall out. It is important that you’re getting cleanser into the lash line, not just cleaning the ends of the lashes, just like getting all the way to your scalp when your washing your hair. Oils from your skin, dirt, and makeup all build up along the lash line between the lashes and needs to be cleaned out to ensure lash extension health and longevity.

Once you’ve worked the cleanser into the lash line with a brush, rinse with fresh cool water. Then PAT dry, never rub your lashes for any reason. Give them a final brush and you’re good to go! 

You can do this at the bathroom sink. Once you get the hang of it, it only takes a couple minutes. 

Things to avoid

  • ***DO NOT GET YOUR LASHES WET FOR 24 HOURS***

  • Avoid sweating, going to the gym, working out, running or any strenuous activity for the first 24 hours.

  • Do not scrub, rub, pick or pull your lashes. This can cause damage to the extension and your natural lash.

  • Do not wash your face in the shower, it‘s too rough on the extensions.

  • Avoid sleeping on your face as this smashes the lashes and will weaken the glue bond and cause fall out. 

  • Avoid touching your lashes as the oils from your hands isn’t good for the glue bond.

  • Do not use heat near your lashes. Be mindful of opening a hot oven, using a blow dryer, using a cigarette lighter, or anything hot by your face. The heat singes the ends of the lashes as they’re very fine synthetic fibers.

  • Remember to not rub your eyes upon waking in the morning.

**Ask us for a Lash Shampoo recommendations.
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