Is it normal for lash extensions to fall out first day?

The extensions are placed on eyelashes that are in the middle of the last stage of their cycle and there is no way to know the exact time when an eyelash will fall naturally, so it's not uncommon for a newly extended eyelash to fall off on the day of application. The eyelash extensions are placed so that the natural cycle continues as usual. This means that natural eyelashes will come off with their extension as they adhere. Therefore, the fall of eyelash extensions reflects the natural loss of eyelashes.

In other words, if you normally lose 2 to 5 eyelashes per day, you're likely to lose about the same number of eyelash extensions per day. All growth can take a few weeks, so eyelash extensions usually last between 2 and 4 weeks. This is why you don't need to use mascara when you've had eyelash extensions applied. In fact, mascara has been shown to have the ability to break down the glue that holds your eyelashes together, especially if you use waterproof mascara.

So if you continued to wear mascara while you had eyelash extensions, this could be the culprit. When you apply your eyelash extensions, you'll always listen to instructions to avoid water or moisture for the next 24 hours. This is because water works the same way as oil: it can stop the glue from doing its job. Avoid showering or even cooking on a hot, steaming stove for at least 24 hours, as this will help prevent eyelashes from falling out prematurely.

On average, you lose between 1 and 5 natural eyelashes a day. This means that if the eyelash extensions stick to the natural eyelashes, that's the number of eyelashes that will fall out. Be sure to give detailed instructions for aftercare, so that no one has to deal with premature loss of eyelash extensions. I've been working in the industry for the past decade and, during that time, I've seen a good number of people who say that eyelash extensions don't work for them because they start to fall out right away.

There's a reason why eyelash tape is on every eyelash professional's list of must-have eyelash extension tools. If you're not yet used to the feeling of having extensions, you might want to choose extensions. In general, if you lose a lot of natural eyelashes with extensions, the problem is with your eyelash technician. In addition, it is essential to follow the after-care instructions for eyelash extension provided to ensure proper retention.

Cleaning your eyelashes will help remove any dirt, oil, or makeup residue that is left around your eyelashes and the lash line. How long eyelash extensions last depends on multiple factors, including how customers care for the eyelashes. Before you pick up the phone and ask your eyelash makeup artist, you should check if your eyelashes are falling out with natural eyelashes (you can see a white tip) or just with the extension section.

Désirée Bruski
Désirée Bruski

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