Eyelash Extension Info
|Posted on 12 October, 2016 at 19:15|
Almost anyone can enjoy the benefit of eyelash extensions, but certain conditions can make them inappropriate for you. If one or more of the following conditions applies to you, you may not be a good candidate for eyelash extensions:
You Rub Your Eyes Frequently: You suffer from seasonal allergies or just find you have a tendency to rub your eyes excessively.
Sensitive Skin: Although eyelash extensions are not applied to the skin, allergic reactions are possible from the adhesive, under-eye pads or latex gloves. The area around your eyes is easily irritated by skincare products or cosmetics. Client's with known allergies should alert the lash stylist prior to beginning the procedure.
Medical Illnesses: A common cold or sinus infection, can cause irritation and/or eye secretions which can cause inadequate bonding of the adhesive and premature loss of your eyelash extensions. You suffer from other medical illnesses, or are undergoing chemotherapy or other medical treatments.
Conditions That Affect Eyelash Growth: You have no natural lashes. Since eyelash extensions are applied to your own natural lashes, you must have lashes in order to apply lash extensions. Your own lashes are unhealthy or you suffer from conditions that affect eyelash growth.
If any of these things apply to you, or you have a particular concern, contact your Professional Lash Stylist for a consult to determine whether eyelash extensions are right for you.