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Aftercare Tips For Good Lash Retention

Ensuring optimal lash retention is crucial for maintaining the longevity and beauty of eyelash extensions. Here are some expert aftercare tips to help your clients achieve the best results:

Avoid Moisture: For the first 24-48 hours after application, advise clients to avoid getting their lashes wet to allow the adhesive to fully cure. This means no showering, swimming, or steam rooms during this period.

Gentle Cleansing: Encourage clients to clean their lashes regularly with a specially formulated lash cleanser or gentle, oil-free cleanser. This helps remove any buildup of natural oils, makeup residue, and debris that can weaken the adhesive bond.

Use Oil-Free Products: Oil-based products can break down the adhesive and cause premature lash loss. Recommend oil-free makeup removers, cleansers, and skincare products to your clients to prolong lash retention.

Be Gentle: Advise clients to avoid rubbing or pulling on their lashes, as this can cause damage to both the extensions and natural lashes. Instead, encourage them to gently pat their lashes dry after cleansing and to avoid sleeping on their face to prevent friction.

Brush Regularly: Recommend using a clean mascara wand or spoolie to gently brush through the lashes daily. This helps to keep them neat and prevents them from tangling or twisting, which can lead to premature shedding.

Avoid Heat: Heat can weaken the adhesive bond, so advise clients to avoid direct exposure to sources of heat such as hair dryers, saunas, and sunbeds.

Maintain Regular Infills: Educate clients about the importance of scheduling regular infill appointments every 2-3 weeks to replace any lost lashes and maintain a full and voluminous look.

Protect During Sleep: Suggest using a silk or satin pillowcase to reduce friction and prevent lashes from getting caught or damaged during sleep.

By following these aftercare tips diligently, your clients can enjoy longer-lasting lash extensions and maintain a flawless and glamorous look between appointments.

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