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Eyelash Extensions Cleaning & Washing
Want to know how to properly clean your lash extensions? It is so important to keep your eyelash extensions clean, because it’s easy for bacteria to build up and cause tons of issues with your eyes and eyelids when you have lash extensions. Many people are unsure of the fact that they even need to be vigilant about cleaning their lashes, which can be a huge problem. Bacteria can easily cause a big stye which is a huge red pimple on your eyelid or even a really puffy eyelid. When the bacteria causes this, this is not something that you want to show off at your next get-together with friend! So just make sure that your are cleaning your eyelashes regularly. Care is super simple, though, and Just Virgin Hair brings a guide on how to clean eyelash extensions properly.
Best Way To Clean Lash Extensions - How To Properly Clean & Wash You Lash Extensions
Remove All Your Makeup
Wash your face as you normally would just with a gentle cleanser, You want to dry your face well and then spray your closed eyelids, just close your eyelid spray it on with a hypochlorou acid eyelid and eyelash cleanser. All you have to do is let it dry after spray it on.
Use Eyelash Foam Cleanser
Use a mild detergent. Use a detergent free of grease and alcohol. Extra grease can especially damage the glue on the false eyelashes. Choose foam cleanser, which is tear free and it’s also formulated to remove waterproof makeup, it’s oil-free, so it’s perfect to use for eyelashes, that’s what it’s made for.
Wash Lash Extensions
Wet your lashes with warm water. Shake the foam cleanser bottle a little bit, go ahead and apply it on the eyelash. Or you can just put some cleanser on your fingertips and gently apply to eyelids and eyelashes, you can go up and down, but don’t go side to side or pull your lashes hard, so that your eyelashes won’t fall off or be damaged. Rinse roughly with warm water.
Dry Your Eyelashes
After washing your eyelashes, gently pat your face with a towel until it’s dry. But avoid eyes to protect your eyelash extensions. To speed up the drying process, you can wrap tissue around your fingers and gently wipe your eyelashes.
Blow Eyelashes Dry
Turn the dryer to the coldest temperature. Next, blow on each eye for about 10 seconds. Make sure the dryer is about an arm away from your face. Don't blow it often, or it will damage the adhesive of false eyelashes.
Close an eye. Using a clean, dry mascara brush to gently brush off the lashes. But don’t drag the brush through the base of your lashes.