What are gel pads used for lashes?
Bio Gel Eye Pads are the most commonly used product for lower lash isolation. Our Bio Gel Eye Pads not only isolate lower lashes but also provide an anti-ageing treatment during lash application. They are very thin and have minimal gel on them to avoid swelling or irritation during wear.
Can you wear gel eyeliner with eyelash extensions?
You can wear eyeliner with eyelash extensions. The best eyeliners for lash extensions are liquid and shadow-based liners while gel and waterproof liners are the worst. You should avoid oil-based eyeliners because eyelash glue can be dissolved by oil if used repeatedly.
What can you not do with eyelash extensions?
Avoid plucking, pulling, yanking and twisting your lashes. If you need them gone, book in for a professional removal to have them removed safely. If not you can damage your natural lashes causing baldness (no thanks!)
Is it normal to fall asleep during eyelash extensions?
-Absolutely! Some lash artists prefer when their clients fall asleep. Don’t worry about falling asleep, your lash artist wants you to be as comfortable as possible during your appointment!
What happens if you open your eyes during lash extensions?
What happens if glue gets in your eyes? During the lash application process your eyes will be closed the entire time. Because of this the likelihood of getting glue into your eyes is slim to none.
How do you know if a gel pad is too close to the eye?
Leave a 2 – 3 mm gap beneath the client’s lash line – pads that are placed too close to the waterline can cause bruising to the eye, swelling and bloodshot eyes. If the pad moves or begins to slip during the service, make sure you move the pad back into the correct position.
Is micellar water safe for lash extensions?
Yes, micellar water is safe to clean eyelash extensions and will not damage them. While micellar water can weaken the lash glue when it’s infused with oil, a water-based product is completely safe.
Do you put eyeliner on before or after fake lashes?
Adding eyelashes should be one of the last steps in your eye makeup routine. “I always do lashes after shadow and eyeliner,” says Ricky. “If you do them first, you might end up with eyeshadow fallout on top of them. Sometimes, I add a little liquid liner to conceal the lash and finish the makeup.”
Can I sleep on my side with lash extensions?
If you’re not a back sleeper, we know it may be tough for you. If sleeping on your side is how you’re most comfy, then that’s A-ok, too! Just know that if you are a side sleeper, it is not uncommon if you notice a couple lashes on your pillow from time to time.
Can crying mess up lash extensions?
Lash extensions are water-resistant. It is very important to not cry during the process as crying can spread the glue/vapors causing irritation. Crying during the process will also make it very difficult for the glue to dry and bond the extension to your lashes.