Unfortunately, false eyelashes can also cause the temporary or permanent loss of real eyelashes. Removing false eyelashes can break natural lashes and even damage the hair follicle. When this happens, your own lashes may stop growing. If you notice that your natural lashes look thinner and sparser as your eyelash extensions start to fall out, the treatment could be the culprit.
Sometimes, extensions can interrupt the natural growth cycle of eyelashes. One of the most common things I've seen in my career is that clients damage their own eyelashes by pulling and poking around. If you put on your extensions, you're more likely to remove your own natural lashes as well. This can make your lashes look plump and thinner than before you put on your extensions.
Nor can I stress enough the importance of aftercare in keeping eyelashes healthy. Proper aftercare will not only keep your lashes healthy, but it will also prolong the time between fillers and make your lashes look fuller for longer. In severe cases of not cleaning your eyelashes, microscopic mites can make your eyes inflamed and itchy. Like the hair on your head, eyelashes can get greasy and greasy if they aren't washed.
This is a perfect breeding ground for Demodex mites. No, striped lashes won't damage your natural lashes. If you learn how to apply and remove striped lashes correctly, you shouldn't have any problems with your natural lashes. If you're thinking about experimenting with lashes or eyelash extensions, you're probably wondering if striped lashes could ruin your natural lashes.
As with most eye makeup products, there are some health risks associated with using false eyelashes. If you're anything like us, every time you open your Instagram you're probably bombarded with beautiful before-and-after photos of women with eyelash extensions. The most common risk of eyelash extensions is an allergic reaction to glue, which contains cyanoacrylate. If you've been wondering if your favorite false eyelashes will ruin your real lashes, you're in the right place.
There are some theories about how extensions could damage eyelashes, but they haven't been proven. For best results, you should curl your natural lashes to help the striped lashes blend in with your natural lashes. They are a temporary enhancer of eyelashes that adhere to the eyelash line with a latex or acrylate-based adhesive. If you remove your false eyelashes correctly, your natural lashes should look the same as they did before you applied false eyelashes.
As any eyelash technician will tell you, one of the most common questions you hear is whether extensions damage real eyelashes. Most people who wear striped lashes don't see any damage to their natural lashes.