“Are eyelash extentions harmful?” is a common question for anyone who are thinking about doing eyelash extension for the first time.
There are different views of “Are eyelash extentions harmful?” Here is the opinion of a lash artist namely ” Juvana Mills”. She said”
“No, They do not if you have a high quality one. The benefit of eyelash extensions is a very long and luscious lashes, this is what almost every woman wants to have longer, fuller and fluttery eyelashes. With the increasing interest in extensions, the practice of program had gotten so advanced, the appearance is now totally customizable.
It is possible to go with a superior faux-mink fiber lash, which can be light and flexible.
No matter how tough your day or night was, you will always wake up looking gorgeous with zero cosmetics. Lashes create your eyes pop up, and actually help breath life into an otherwise tired face. Some lash extension salons can provide you the look for a day, but make you be worried about maintaining the lash extensions yourself the next day, or even another week. But this lash supplied by Embelashes has abandoned most of its clients in surprise with its hands made perfect to wear Eyelashes extensions and the thing that is most surprising is they supply you with another pair of versions each month. Is not that cool? What more could a woman ask for?
Now you can just free yourself from the wasted time, frustration, and harm related to eyelash curlers and mascara. Eyeliner is discretionary since the foundation of this expansion produces a line along the lid. Many clients don’t feel the need to wear makeup in any way.
A fantastic eyelash artist can in fact bring out the blue or green on your eyes or lighten the shade of your brown eyes.
Here are some key advantages for using these eyelashes extensions:
- Adds volume and fullness to your natural eyelashes
- Lifts the lashes to add thickness to your own face
- Time rescue on doing your lashes and no clean up
- No clumpy paste from fake lashes
- Styles will range from the most well-known styles including 3D lashes and many other favorite lash styles.
- & Last but not the least is having new lashes styles every month
Besides, some people have different opinion about this matter. This is the idea from Megan Cox who is work for a beauty company.
“I’m going to have to respectfully disagree with the other writer and say: 9 times out of 10, eyelash extensions DO damage your natural eyelashes.
On my blog, I once told my story about my long love affair with eyelash extensions, and how they left me devastated: broke, tired, and with no natural lashes to speak of.
Not exactly a pretty break-up.
On that blog, dozens of girls have spoken up to say the same thing happened to them.
Theoretically, lash extensions do not damage your natural lashes.
In practice, they definitely do.
- Weight. Depending on the type (length/thickness/clusters) of lash extensions you get and the strength of your own lashes, the weight of lash extensions is enough to signal your natural lashes that they are “too heavy” and should therefore “stop growing”. More often than not, it will leave you with stubbier lashes than what you started with.
- Picking / Trauma. It’d be great if we could all leave our lash extensions alone, but the odds are that you don’t always leave them be. I used to pick and primp my lash extensions endlessly. If I felt one coming off, I’d preemptively take it off. Sometimes the lash brush would pull one out on accident. All of this is stressful for your natural lashes, and they’ll eventually be signaled by the trauma to stop growing.
- Glue. Along with trauma, sometimes the glue does get in between lashes, on the skin, or elsewhere, and will pull your natural lashes out. Any trauma to your lashes can and will signal them to stop growing. Have you seen people who have chronically over-plucked their brows? Eventually they stop growing in. Lashes are no different.
Do your lashes a favor and treat them right. Lash extensions look great now, but when you compare it with the over-plucked brow example (which is not a metaphor, it’s literally parallel), it becomes easier to think twice.