Making eyelashes appear made up without mascara is possible with eyelash extensions, a semi-permanent option.
These are a safe approach to improving natural lashes’ appearance when performed appropriately by a certified and trained specialist.
They can result in irritation, infection, and permanent lash loss when misused or with the wrong adhesive.
Eyelash extensions are individual lashes, instead of temporary fake eyelashes, which adhere to the lid in a single strip. They are each individually attached to your natural lashes.
They are made to last for the six to two months that natural lash development typically takes.
They are made from a variety of materials. These materials might be artificial, like plastic fibres and faux mink, or natural, like silk and mink.
No substance; they should be secured with non-irritating, sweat- and oil-resistant surgical or eyelash glue.
Your best option might be medical-grade glues. They are non-irritating and fume-free for the majority of skin types.
They significantly reduce the time it takes to apply and remove makeup because they do away with the necessity for mascara.
You’ll save even more time if you regularly use artificial eyelashes. You won’t have to worry about adhesive mishaps or premature eyelash removal.
With eyelash extensions, you have a lot of choices as well. The extensions may be customised to your desired length, curl pattern, and thickness.
Your location and the materials used to make the extensions will affect how much they will cost. Most typically, mink lashes are the most expensive.
The average cost of getting eyelash extensions ranges from $125 to $300. Regular upkeep, including adding fillers, may cost $50 to $100 per session.
The application of eyelash extensions takes about two hours. The treatment will happen in a welcoming setting. Either sit down or lean back.
Some salons play soothing music to put you at ease. If not, you can play music or listen to a podcast while the process is done.
The following are the procedure’s general steps:
Only a licenced lash technician with specialised training in this process should apply for eyelash extensions. They could be a doctor, cosmetologist, aesthetician, or lash stylist.
Ahead of time, read online reviews. Select a reputable salon or clinic with a good track record for sterility and security.
Ask questions when scheduling your appointment. Learn about the components of the adhesive. Additionally, find out if the tools are sterile.
Maintain control of the procedure. Terminate the appointment if the salon doesn’t feel clean, or the technician doesn’t respond to your queries or requests. When you begin to experience physical or mental discomfort while having your eyelashes applied, you should also do this.
Extensions for eyelashes will fall out naturally, so it is advisable to have this done by a professional. Your lash stylist will be knowledgeable on how to remove them.
The general removal steps are as follows:
Be aware that the lash glue remover may contain substances to which you are allergic or irritate your skin. First, request an ingredient list from your technician. Use only non-formaldehyde-containing removers.
You might also take off your extensions at home. Apply a warm compress to your eyes or steam your face before removing your eyelashes with a cotton swab and olive or sesame oil. This will make lashes pliable so you can carefully pluck them out.
Nesilash Beauty Salon focuses on lash health and educating our clients about sustainable and safe lash treatments. Our goal is to offer you the best eyelash extensions in Melbourne that are long-lasting, damage-free, and look natural. Even without makeup, we are convinced that our lashes will increase your sense of beauty, glitz, and confidence.
Our boutique lash salon offers a wide range of beauty services tailored to our client’s demands.
We want you to feel and look beautiful.