When it comes to eyelash extensions, there are a few things you should know. First, if two eyelash extensions are applied to a natural eyelash, it is described as 2D, if three eyelash extensions are applied to a natural eyelash, it is described as 3D, etc. Natural eyelashes will fall out at different stages in their life cycle and will be replaced by the growth of a new eyelash. Second, if you or your technician ever worry about the health of your natural eyelashes, you may need a break. Third, if you start to take extra care when cleaning eye makeup (which can block hair follicles and hinder hair growth), you'll probably see that your own eyelashes return to good health.
To make sure your eyelash extensions last as long as possible, it's important to follow the technician's advice for aftercare. Gently clean them with an oil-free cleanser and an eyelash shampoo and use an eyelash extension remover when it's time to take them off. These lashes are perfect for clients who don't have a lot of eyelashes, have sparse eyelashes, bald spots, or simply want a more dramatic look without having to use thicker lashes. With proper care and maintenance, you can enjoy long, full lashes for four to six weeks.