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🌸This is why it’s crucial to not get your lashes wet after 24hrs🌸
DISCLAIMER: I do most my lashes as an artist but for the viewers this is an experiment showing how excessive moisture to glue can cause polymerization. We in no way are telling you as a lash artist what is the right or wrong way, and definitely are not implying to never wash your lashes. We 100% believe in proper after care of your lashes. What works for one lash artist may not work for another. ° In the video above there are three separate glue dots. The one on the left was placed 24 hours ago. The one in the middle was placed 2 hours ago. The one on the right was placed just before starting the video🌸
-After placing a drop of water on the fresh dot of glue, the glue instantly starts to become hard & begins to turn white/grey. This is called POLYMERIZATION, which basically means the glue cured too quickly🌸
-After placing a drop of water on the glue dot that had been left out for two hours, the glue once again began to harden & polymerization began to occur🌸
-After placing a drop of water on the glue dot that had been left out for 24 hours nothing happened🌸
-After checking back an hour later, the dots of glue are completely hardened. The fresh glue dot & the glue dot that had been sitting out for 2 hours are flaky & white. The glue dot that had been sitting out for 24 hours is completely fine🌸
- Long story short, please wait 24 hours before getting your eyelash extensions wet (this includes steam & sweat)💦 Otherwise you will experience poor retention!
Dear Clients, did you know you lose 3-5 lashes a day without lash extensions. 💦 Each lash is at a different growth stage as explain below. It’s not uncommon.💙 Eyelashes exist for protection. They activate the blink response so that dust, dirt, debris and other foreign objects don’t get lodged in your eyes. And here we thought eyelashes were just to enhance our beauty! The upper eyelid holds about 90 to 150 lashes, while the lower eyelid has about 70 to 80. Each individual eyelash is programmed to teach a certain length (3/8 of an inch on average), fall out, and then re-grow. An eyelash undergoes a three-part growth cycle:
1. Anagen (the growth phase): The first stage of the eyelash cycle lasts between 30 and 45 days. If all our eyelashes were in the anagen phase at the same time, then they’d all be on track to fallout at the same time! Approximately 40 percent of our upper lashes and 15 percent of our lower lashes are in the anagen stage at any given time.
2. Catagen (the transition phase): Once the lashes in the anagen phase reach their designated length, they stop growing and the hair follicle shrinks. Should and eyelash fall out during the catagen phase, it won’t begin growing back until the catagen phase has run its course, typically within two to three weeks. 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
3. Telogen (the resting phase): The telogen phase is a hundred day resting cycle before the eyelash falls out and a new lash blooms to take its place. Since our lashes are in different phases of the growth cycle, it’s natural for a few to fallout each day, so blow on that lash and make a wish!💦 #megavolume#lashes#lashesfordays#lashesonfleek#lashesonpoint#lashesbyme#lashartist#lasheslove#lashesofthedays#lashesonlashes#lashaining#lashboss#lashedout#lashmaker#volumelashes#russianvolumelashes#makeuplove#lashlove#lashqueen#lashgoals#lashtech#lashextensions#lashton#lashaddict#lashstylist#lashboost#eyelashextensions#lashlife