These professional tips and tricks will help you avoid serious damage to your eyelashes before you decide to pluck those eyelash extensions. Eyelash extensions are a wonderful gift for fellow lash lovers until it comes to their sadly inevitable removal.
- Infills can be used to make them soft and fresh again.
- Have them professionally removed.
- We highly recommend it. Not You should not remove them yourself, as you may damage your natural lashes.
Here are the essentials:
- Oil-based eye makeup remover
- Olive oil or coconut oil
- Cotton pads
- Cotton buds
- Micellar water
- Eye cream/serum
- Lash serum
Here Are the Steps to Remove Your Eyelash Extensions
Step 1: Keep in mind to stay away from oil-based products that are near your eyes. It breaks down the adhesive.
Step 2: Apply more oil. Use a cotton bud to dip in your choice of coconut oil or olive oil. Next, rub the oil onto the lash line by gently rubbing it back and forth.
Step 3: With your eyes closed, soak a cotton pad in the oil. Then press it against your lash line. Next, gently rub the cotton pad back and forth with your fingers.
Step 4: You should be able to see some of the lash extensions starting to come off now and again by removing the cotton pad. You may need to repeat this step 3 times for each eye depending on the strength of your lash extension glue. This is where patience is crucial.
Step 5: After removing all lashes, soak a cotton pad with micellar water. Run it over each eye to get rid of all oil.
Step 6: After rubbing, apply a soothing cream or serum to the eyes to soothe the skin.
Step 7: Apply eyelash serum to help revive your lashes after the trauma of removing your eyelash extensions.
This post was written by Natali Roshau. Natali has over 10 years of experience as a lash artist and is the owner of Lash Addict Studio. Lash Addict Studio offers permanent makeup in St Pete. In addition to being a lash artist, she also offers eyelash training certifying girls across the nation!