How to remove eyelash extensions

How to remove eyelash extensions

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Eyelashes are a very important part of our eyes. Many people feel that their eyelashes are not very good, and their eyes look dull and dull. In addition to makeup and mascara, they can also be improved by eyelashes. So they will want to remove the previous lashes. But I don't know how to use eyelash extension products without damaging the natural eyelashes. So, how to remove eyelash extensions? Now let's introduce it.


How to remove eyelash extensions


To go remove eyelash extensions, you should basically do everything your lash stylist tells you!


Do you remember your stylist telling you to never use oil-based makeup remover? Oil is known to break down the adhesive used in eyelash grafting, resulting in poor graft retention.


Follow the steps below to better remove eyelash extensions:


Step 1: Wash your face

Wash your face as usual. Make sure not to scrub the eye area, as it can pull on the lashes and cause damage. The purpose of this step is to remove any mascara or eye makeup that may be clinging to the lash extensions.


Step 2: Use Steam

Fill a large bowl with steaming hot water. Put your face on it and cover your head with a towel to keep the steam in. Let the lashes sit for a few minutes to loosen the bond of the lash extension glue.


Step 3: Heat the Oil

Take a small bowl and fill it with oil. Coconut oil works best with eyelash extensions, but vegetable oils, olive oil, and castor oil can also be used.


The next step is to heat the oil slightly. Make sure the oil is not too hot as you are dealing with the highly sensitive eye area. Check the temperature by dipping a clean pinky finger. All you need is a mild warmth to speed up the process.


Step 4: Soak the Pads

The next thing to do is soak one or two cotton pads in warm oil. When done, place an oiled cotton pad over one eye and over the lashes. Let it sit there for five to ten minutes, or as long as the cotton pad loses heat.


Dab your upper lash line with an oil-based pad and let the oil sit on your extension line for a few minutes.


Step 5: remove eyelash extensions


Using the same cotton pad, gently wipe the lash line again. You should start to see some of the lash extensions come off and stay in the cotton pad.


If you want to avoid damaging your natural lashes, I can't stress enough that this process should be done with great care. If the extensions don't come off, don't try to pull them. You will need to have them removed by a professional.