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Old 08-02-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
 
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Eyelash Extensions and Facials

I got eyelash extensions put on and they are super awesome! I love them! But the eyelash lady told me not to get them super wet, to be careful when I wash my face or take a shower.
I'm going to the spa on Monday and wanted to get a facial done. Will a facial ruin my eyelash extensions? Does a facial involve getting your eyes wet? I haven't had a facial in so long, I forgot how they do it.
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No u will be absolutely fine. Tell her just in case. Not everyone does facials the same but most likely nothing with the eyes getting wet.
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You only have to keep your newly installed extensions dry for 48 hours while the glue is curing. After that, you should be washing your lash line daily to prevent oil and dirt build up on your lashes that can lead to eye infections(with an oil free cleanser). Tell your esthetician that you have extensions on so that she doesn't go too close to your lashes with creams and serums. Some masks require the eyes to be covered with product, so make sure you are not getting one of those types of facials.
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Just ask the therapist to stay away from your lashes
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I got eyelash extensions put on and they are super awesome! I love them! But the eyelash lady told me not to get them super wet, to be careful when I wash my face or take a shower.
I'm going to the spa on Monday and wanted to get a facial done. Will a facial ruin my eyelash extensions? Does a facial involve getting your eyes wet? I haven't had a facial in so long, I forgot how they do it.
Well I guess it depends on what type of facial, be sure to call your eyelash lady and see what she says to avoid. Also make the tech who is performing the facial aware of them and the restrictions.
Some facials involve having your eyes covered with a hot cloth, or cucumbers. Some use steam all over the face to open the pores, and that if that is being used, then yes it would effect the lashes. When I had mine on I was told not go in saunas because the steam weakens the glue and releases the hold of the lash.

Just let her know ahead of time, eyelash extensions are so popular I am sure she is familiar with how to care for them during a facial.

Enjoy your facial!
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:47 AM   #6
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I am a licensed Aesthetician and also put fake eyelashes on my clients as well. When I give a facial to someone with fake lashes I will put the eye pads/towels over their face a lot lighter, point the steamer down a little more then I would with any other client and avoid rubbing their eye area during the facial. A good Aesthetician will be able to spot fake lashes instantly but I would still let them know just to be safe. It will not ruin them - I have been wearing fake lashes for the past 6 years ( I have not gone a single day since then without them on ) and mine last a good month before I need to replace them and I am pretty rough on mine. I guess it depends what type of glue u use and where u go to get them on. I actually do mine myself and only charge my clients $45 per set and $20 for a fill in. I have over 75 regular clients due to my price and that is the main reason I charge so little. There is no reason to charge so much for them when it literally costs us technicians a couple dollars per application. My customers all are able to keep theirs on for 3-4 weeks ( with some lasting 4-6 weeks ) with ZERO issues. I definately consider myself an Eyelash Extension Pro as I have been doing it for almost 7 years and like I said earlier have not gone a single day without them for the past 6 years.
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I am a licensed Aesthetician and also put fake eyelashes on my clients as well. When I give a facial to someone with fake lashes I will put the eye pads/towels over their face a lot lighter, point the steamer down a little more then I would with any other client and avoid rubbing their eye area during the facial. A good Aesthetician will be able to spot fake lashes instantly but I would still let them know just to be safe. It will not ruin them - I have been wearing fake lashes for the past 6 years ( I have not gone a single day since then without them on ) and mine last a good month before I need to replace them and I am pretty rough on mine. I guess it depends what type of glue u use and where u go to get them on. I actually do mine myself and only charge my clients $45 per set and $20 for a fill in. I have over 75 regular clients due to my price and that is the main reason I charge so little. There is no reason to charge so much for them when it literally costs us technicians a couple dollars per application. My customers all are able to keep theirs on for 3-4 weeks ( with some lasting 4-6 weeks ) with ZERO issues. I definately consider myself an Eyelash Extension Pro as I have been doing it for almost 7 years and like I said earlier have not gone a single day without them for the past 6 years.
What type of glue do you use? It sounds great?
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Old 08-19-2012, 03:02 AM   #8
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Kitty - my all time FAVORITE glue is Ardell Black Individual Permanent Eyelash Adhesive. It is black in color ( they also make clear but I personally prefer the black ) and comes in a little tiny glass jar. The black glue is a lot thicker in consistency then the clear tho so as a Technician it will depend on your personal preference as to what u like better when applying them. One jar usually allows for about 4-6 applications or 8-12 fill ins depending on how much or how little a customer wants. One jar only lasts myself about 4 uses becuz I am an eyelash extreme-est LOL and put anywhere from 2 - 2 1/2 packs on each eye. Yes I like the over the top super fake gawdy look - but it totally works for me! I constantly get compliments on my lashes and how bold they are!
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