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Are Lash Extensions Bad for Your Eyes?

November 02, 2016

Have you ever wondered if eyelash extensions are bad for your eyes? Rest assured the answer is....no, eyelash extensions are not bad for your eyes! We realize that sometimes eyelash extensions can be talked about poorly and some people think they can damage your natural lashes. At EBL Lashes, we are here to tell you otherwise, you simply need to pay attention to the following.

- Application: First, lash application plays a major factor into how your lashes turn out. You will want to make sure that your lash extensions are applied by a professional lash artist who is both licensed and trained. If eyelash extensions are applied correctly they should not be damaging to your eyes. Good application requires good isolation and one-to-one application, which means applying one eyelash extension to one natural eyelash. This is key to a healthy, successful lash application.

- Weight: Next, be sure that the eyelash extensions that are being applied are not too long or too thick for your natural lash. Too much weight can result in weighing down the eyelash extension. A well-trained eyelash artist will be able to determine a good thickness and length for you.

- Training: Remember, eyelash extensions should not be applied by an untrained individual; your extensions should be applied by a professional. Take the time to check your eyelash artist's credentials, and ask for pictures before booking an appointment. It is always best to see their work first before you commit to an application.

As you can see, having successful and healthy eyelash extensions are possible! Do your homework and expect quality care and service from your eyelash professional. If you have any questions, or would like more information about our products and our training classes, please give us a call at 801-885-1863 Monday-Friday from 9a.m.-5p.m. You can also reach us at extensionsbylindy@gmail.com.



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