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Are lash lifts damaging to eyelashes?

Updated: Jul 21, 2023

Lash Lifts do not ruin your eyelashes when performed correctly. However, If not done by a certified technician specializing in treatments around the eye area, there can be negative consequences for your natural lashes.

There are a few things that can go wrong during the appointment and cause damage to your natural lashes. For example, leaving the lash lift solution on for too long can ruin your lashes. The solution contains chemicals that break down the proteins in your lashes, making them weaker and more likely to fall out.

In addition, the perming solution is applied to your lashes in a very specific way. It should only be applied at the root of your lashes (bottom 1/3) and not to the entire length of your lash. If the solution is applied to the entire lash, it will weaken and damage the lashes.

How To Ensure A Successful Lash Lift

You can do certain things to keep your lashes safe and prevent a technician from ruining them. Aftercare is also essential if you want to continue with lash lifts.

Seek A Reputable Lash Lift Technician

DIY Lash Lift kits are available but we always recommend seeking a reputable lash lift technician. Not only for the safety of your eye, but also to get the optimal results you are looking for. Make sure you do your research and use a lash lift technician who has certified reviews and feedback from previous customers. There's nothing worse than leaving a treatment without getting your desired results.

Keep Your Lashes Healthy Between Treatments

If you go for a lash lift too quickly after your previous one; you might damage your lashes. Experts recommend waiting at least four weeks, but six weeks are better.

You can use a lash serum between lash lifts to keep your lashes strong and healthy.

Looking for a lash lift near me in Ballarat? Contact a Luminaest consultant to achieve a natural curl that enhances their length and makes your eyes look bigger and more youthful!

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