Unnatural and Uncomfortable: 5 Signs Your Lash Extensions Need Redoing

bad eyelash extensions

Eyelash extensions are semi-natural lashes that are applying over your natural lashes, creating a fuller glare. When they do the job right, you’ll walk out of the salon with a fresh set of lashes, making your eyes look bigger and brighter. But, when you get a bad eyelash extension job, then you’ll no doubt dislike what you see in the mirror. Not only can bad eyelash extensions look terrible, but they can cause other issues. Read below the five most common signs that your lashes need redoing!

1. Feel Discomfort When Brushing Your Eyelash Extensions

Feel Discomfort When Brushing Your Eyelash Extensions

Brushing your eyelashes should be easy and painless. However, one of the most common signs of bad eyelash extensions is feeling discomfort when brushing them.

This is because the lash technician used too much glue or because your lashes are stuck together.  Brushing them under these bad conditions could lead to lash breakage or damage.

2. They’re Causing Irritation

Your eyelash extensions should look and feel natural. If your lashes are twisting, spinning, curling, or drooping and poking around your eye, then it’s time to get them redone or taken off. Your eyes will end up irritated and red, or maybe even itchy and no one wants that!

3. Inner Lashes Are Too Long

 Inner Lashes Are Too Long

Your natural eyelashes are not the same size or length. For example, your inner lashes are shorter than your corner lashes.

Suppose your lash technician uses lashes of the same length for each area of your eye, including the inner corner of the eyelid. In that case, it’ll definitely look fake. Keep in mind that the whole idea behind getting eyelash extensions is to give you a fuller lash line while making them look natural and believable.

4. It Burns Your Eyes Long After the Application Process

Your eyes are not supposed to burn during or after the application. It’s normal for your eyes to water a little during the process. However, a burning sensation is not normal, especially if you feel it long after they’ve applied your lashes.

5. Application Process Was Short

When applied correctly and with proper aftercare, lash extensions can last three weeks or more. Also, a good lash application takes about 1.5-2 hours.

If your lash technician takes only an hour, then don’t be surprised if your lashes start falling out by the end of the week—all because they didn’t dedicate the right amount of time to providing a full, lasting effect.

Lashes are supposed to be applied carefully over every single one of your natural eyelashes, and that is impossible to do in only one hour.

You might be tempted to get your lashes done somewhere cheap and quick. But, remember—you pay for what you get.

How to Care for Your Eyelashes

If you’ve got a good set of lash extensions, then you’re going to want to make them last as long as possible. For that to happen, you must learn how to take care of them the right way.

Keep Your Eyelashes Clean

Keep Your Eyelashes Clean

Firstly and mostly, keeping your lashes clean is the best way to prolong their duration. But don’t use any face wash! You want to buy one designed and formulated for eyelash extensions.

How do you clean your eyelash extensions? Once you remove your makeup, apply the eyelash cleanser to a small cleanser brush. Then, slowly use downward, sweeping motions to clean your lash line.

Rinse the cleanser off thoroughly. Once your lashes dry, use a lash wand to brush them out.

Keep Them Dry for the First Day or Two

If you got your lashes done, try to wait a day or two before wetting them. Not only does this mean keeping water away from your eyes, but avoid humid places such as spas, saunas, etc. This will allow your lashes to dry well.

After 24 hours, they should be waterproof. But if you spend a lot of time in the water or spa, then your lashes won’t last as long as expected.

Brush Them Often

You should always keep your hair detangled, and yes, that includes your eyelashes. In order to keep your lashes look new and fresh, you’ll want to brush them out regularly. Don’t overdo it, though!

Brush them out when necessary, such as when you wake up in the morning with messy lashes or after taking a shower.

Don’t Rub Your Eyes

Don't Rub Your Eyes

It’s very easy to say “don’t rub your eyes” when everyone does it automatically. It’s almost a natural reflex and hard to even notice when it happens. However, if you desire for your eyelash extensions to look good as new for as long as possible, then avoid rubbing them!

The friction can cause them to either fall out before time, receive damage, or even break! It’ll shorten the duration of your lashes, and you’ll have to schedule a new appointment before expected.

Avoid Oil-Based Products

Oil-based products are perfect when it comes to removing eye makeup and for people with dry skin. They’re also perfect for wiping away your luscious eyelash extensions so watch out! The oil will begin to degrade the lash glue, which is vital for keeping your lashes in place.

Try to use oil-free products, such as micellar water.

Redo Your Bad Eyelash Extensions!

Bad eyelash extensions are no fun. But now that you know what to expect and how to care for them, you can confidently book an appointment and prepare for your new set of eyelash extensions!

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