Visually, you'll see a dramatic difference in length when you get eyelash extensions, but normally you won't feel the extensions themselves. Eyelash extensions are semi-permanent eyelashes that are applied by hand to your natural lashes, and they look incredibly natural. A certified technician will use medical grade adhesive tape and gel pads to separate the lower lashes from the upper lashes, so that the lower lashes and the skin are protected from the adhesive applied to the upper lashes. It's possible that you may experience some discomfort if more than one eyelash is attached or attached to the skin.
However, there isn't much evidence to show if eyelash extensions actually affect your natural eyelash length or your long-term health. If you feel that mascara isn't enough and you're okay with the additional maintenance and money that eyelash extensions require, it's definitely worth looking for a specialist and having a consultation. Eyelash extensions don't hurt when applied correctly by a certified professional who uses high-quality products. However, keep in mind that eyelashes are hair, and unless you have a pre-existing condition or circumstance, your hair grows back.
If you experience any breakage or fall of your natural eyelashes, it should resolve on its own in one to three months, as part of a typical eyelash growth cycle. When eyelash extensions first became popular, many people didn't take a break before booking an appointment. The result was great (they woke up with a strip full of eyelashes and went to work without putting on any makeup), but after a week they started to wake up with their pillowcase covered with eyelashes, extensions and their own natural eyelashes. If you're considering getting eyelash extensions, it's important to do your research and find a certified technician who uses high-quality products.
This will help ensure that your experience is comfortable and that your natural lashes remain healthy.