The eyes are the most important part of the human body; thus, they require a little additional attention and care to keep them safe. Ah! Eyelashes are focused on when discussing eye attractiveness since they enhance the appearance of the eye.
The topic of discussion here is how to maintain your extended eyelashes so that they look their best whenever you appear in public
Our hectic schedules give us limited time to maintain ourselves in this rapidly changing world. Oh, my goodness, how can I keep the appeal and appearance of my long eyelashes in this? There is an easy solution. Yes, washing your eyelashes twice daily, once in the morning and once just before bed—is really easy.
Let's now get deeper into the topic of lash shampoo.
What is "lash shampoo" and why Miss Derm is recommending it?
When we wash our faces every day, our natural eyelashes frequently clean themselves or they get clean as a byproduct. But additional care is required for lash extensions. Since certain components, like as mineral oil, in common face cleansers and makeup removers, can damage extensions, it is essential to use gentle oil-free solutions.
Eyes, extensions, and glue are all gently treated with lash shampoo. It aids in removing any lingering makeup, dust, skin flakes, and other materials that build up on your extensions during the day.
Ways of using lash shampoo:
As mentioned above, to make it simple, you can include the cleansing process in your morning and evening routine. While cleaning your lash, use a gentle touch on them as they are fragile. The cleansing can be done in 3 simple steps:
Put the foam cleanser on your cleansing brush, then gently massage the product onto your eyelashes, going all the way to the root. Or you can put the shampoo directly onto your lashes and then brush it.
Once all debris has been removed, just rinse the extensions with water.
Finish by using a soft cloth to gently dry them. Check our short clip here.
I am sure you must be snoopy to know the benefits of using lash shampoo, so below are a few sneak peeks for you:
Lash bath improves the condition of your eyelashes.
Clean lashes is essential to great retention. Oil, skin, debris, and makeup build-up on your extensions will promote early shedding and may cause the glue to fail. Both natural and extension lashes are designed to trap dirt to shield your eyes. Therefore, be sure to remove these contaminants via washing.
Maintaining a strong annex between your natural lash, the adhesive, and the lash extension is another reason to keep your lashes clean. If the surface of your lashes is dirty, the glue will stick to the debris rather than the natural lash, which will immediately pop off.
In order to ensure the best possible retention, be sure to cleanse your lashes before and after your lash appointments.
Ways to take care of lash extensions?
You should clean your eyelash extensions every day if you have greasy eyes. The same holds for those who apply eye makeup. If you don't have any of these problems, clean your lashes twice or three times every week.
Be careful when taking a shower; your technician will tell you not to submerge your lashes in water for the first 24 hours following your procedure.
You should also use oil-free makeup remover and stay away from saunas, steam rooms, and sunbeds.
Although lash extensions or our natural lashes need some attention, it's worth having them clean, long and always on the go :)