Frequent question: Can you get lash extensions wet in the shower?

How do you keep your eyelash extensions from getting wet in the shower?

As long as you have a lukewarm shower and avoid getting water on your face, then you don’t need to avoid having a shower for 24 hours. Furthermore, take note to avoid rubbing the lashes in the shower and gently comb them with the spoolie afterwards, to reposition them into place.

Does crying ruin your eyelash extensions?

Lash extensions are water-resistant. It is very important to not cry during the process as crying can spread the glue/vapors causing irritation. Crying during the process will also make it very difficult for the glue to dry and bond the extension to your lashes.

Can you brush wet eyelash extensions?

Do not brush the eyelash extensions when they are wet. Water adds extra weight to hair, when brushing lashes wet you might accidentally pull them. Never attempt to remove eyelash extensions or add more hairs by yourself, you are likely to damage your natural lashes hairs or glue them together.

How long can you not wet eyelash extensions?

Avoid getting them wet for up to 48 hours after application. Do not rub or touch your eyes.

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How soon can you wash eyelash extensions?

Always wait at least 48 hours after having your extensions applied before attempting to clean your extension. You should also be sure to keep your lashes dry and avoid water and steam until the 48 hour period is over.

Can you sleep on your side with eyelash extensions?

If you’re not a back sleeper, we know it may be tough for you. If sleeping on your side is how you’re most comfy, then that’s A-ok, too! Just know that if you are a side sleeper, it is not uncommon if you notice a couple lashes on your pillow from time to time.

How do you wash your face with eyelash extensions?

Keep your Eyelash Extensions dry for 4-6 hours after your appointment. You may wash your face in the sink using a washcloth, avoiding the eye area. Keep all oil based products away from the eyes and remember that everything on your face will travel to the eye area.