Do you lose more lashes with extensions?

If applied correctly, eyelash extensions will have no effect on natural eyelashes. For eyelash extensions to be applied correctly, it's important to have them done by a professional. Eyelash extensions are applied directly to the lash line and tend to last until the natural eyelashes fall out. If the extension is too heavy, it will stress the natural eyelash to which it is attached.

Over time, this could lead to premature loss and natural loss of eyelashes. If you notice that your natural eyelashes look thinner and sparser as the eyelash extensions start to fall out, treatment could be the culprit. Sometimes, extensions can disrupt the natural growth cycle of eyelashes. Your eyelash technician may have used too little adhesive and that eyelash extensions may not adhere properly to natural eyelashes.

If this has happened, the eyelash extensions will simply come off. This is the phase of active growth and normally only 40% of the eyelashes on the upper eyelid are in this phase and 15% of the lower eyelashes. Anyone who has seen a before and after photo of an eyelash extension understands how transformative they can be. Eyelashes fall out as part of their natural growth cycle, old eyelashes fall out and new ones grow to take their place.

If you suffer from eyelash envy and want to have fabulous eyelashes, eyelash extensions could be just what you're looking for. Eyelash extensions that are applied correctly are chosen properly given the weight that natural eyelashes can bear and are properly cared for guarantee a healthy lash line. Several of my clients have used eyelash extensions with me for many years without taking a break and their natural eyelashes are just as healthy. Eyelash extensions eliminate the need for mascara, however, you may want to use it on the lower lash line for more definition.

When eyelash extensions are applied correctly, they must absolutely respect the natural growth cycle of natural eyelashes. To avoid damaging natural eyelashes, eyelash extensions should be carefully selected (length and thickness) and correctly applied to one natural eyelash at a time. If you're willing to risk your natural lashes for the long, thick, plump eyelashes of your dreams, there are a few things you can do to minimize trauma. Adhesives are a very common cause among less experienced eyelash artists and a common cause of eyelash damage.

Over-the-counter eyelash growth serums contain special components that promote faster eyelash growth. In addition, there are certain makeup removers and conditioners that do not stain and that will help nourish the eyelashes after eyelash extensions. Many masques contain ingredients that cause buildup in the eyelashes and in the lash line, which can lead to damage and hair loss.

Jeanette Swart
Jeanette Swart

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