Hello gorgeous, please wash your lashes!
Eyelash extensions look amazing and make your morning makeup routine much faster. Take care of them so they continue to look good and to extend the time you’ll need between appointments. Cleaning them is easy, but it’s also important to prevent irritation, infections, blepharitis or other other issues that can impact your eyes’ health. All you need is a little gentle cleanser, some combing, and a good drying technique.
Use Lashey Wash DAILY to get those lashes clean, keep them healthy and help prolong lash extensions. Lashey Wash is a cleansing blend of gentle elements combined to soothe away dust, oils and makeup. Excess oil can break down the adhesive on your extensions
How to wash? Pump foam into your fingertips. Apply to both eye's and gently wash through the base of your lashes both top and bottom. Be sure to clean your lash line well because this is where bacteria and other dirt can build up most. Rinse Lashes with water.
Tip: It’s best to let your lash extensions air dry. You can wrap some toilet paper around your finger and gently blot your lashes. Just let your lashes sit on the toilet paper for a few seconds so the water can be absorbed.
Avoid cotton pads or wipes. The fibers can get stuck in your extensions and you’ll need to carefully pick those out. Also skip using cleansing wipes because those can loosen or rip out your extensions.
Last but definitely not least, use Lashey Balance after Lashey Wash to calm, enrich and revive your lashes. It also helps keep the adhesive flexible, for soft vibrant lash extensions. Lashey Balance is a calming blend of rich botanical's to harmonize and balance your natural eyelashes and skin. It also enriches and strengthens your hair follicles with biotin and revives your eye area with a blend of hibiscus and rose hips. Apply daily after washing your lashes. Mist entire face focusing on eye area.
Once your lashes are dry, comb them out. Close one eye and using a clean, dry mascara brush, gently roll it over your lashes. Next, fluff out the lashes a bit with the brush. Don’t drag the brush through the base of your lashes.