The benefits of taking care of your lash extensions include:
Extending the length of your application: When you proactively care for your lashes in the hours after
application, they will simply look better, for longer, requiring less maintenance from you in the long run.
Financial savings: The better you care for your lash extensions, the longer they will last, which means
you’ll need touch-ups and replacements less frequently.
Supportive of overall lash health: Learning how to care for your lash extensions will also equip you with
helpful knowledge of how to care for your natural lashes and overall eye health.
Don’t forget** to schedule for refills online via our website or at checkout. Refills are typically scheduled 1-
3 weeks as necessary depending on lash retention. (Lashes shed 3-5 per day).
How to Care for Eyelash Extensions
After Application: The Do’s and Don'ts
The first 48 hours after your lash service are important, but the first 24 are critical. Pay attention to
these important do’s and don’ts.
Keep your lashes as dry as possible. Avoid swimming, humidity, or sweating as much as possible.
Sleep on your back, if possible.
CLEANSE Lashes DAILY: Use an oil free lash shampoo. For example: Johnson & Johnson No tears,
Symetrie Lash Bath or water. Use less than a dime size and diluted with water with a soft/fluffy makeup
brush or the eyelash brush that was sent home with you today. Feel free to reach out to us via text, e-mail
or by calling with any questions.
Don’t do this:
Don’t touch, pull or curl your new lashes. They’re beautiful and breathtaking to look at, of course, but
touching them may disturb the eyelash adhesive that may still be setting.
Don’t wear eye makeup of any kind, including mascara, eyeliner, or eyeshadow for the first 24 hours. DO
NOT EVER USE MASCARA on your extensions!
Don’t use oil-based cleansers. Keeping your face clean is important, but avoid cleansers with an oil base
because this may break down the eyelash adhesive.
Don’t use eye creams of any kind near your extensions. These are usually thick and oil-based, and are
therefore best avoided.
REMINDER: Lash cycles vary per person. Lash cycles can be very inconsistent due to vitamin deficiency
and hormone imbalances.