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How to Wash Lash Extensions?

The use of lash extensions has gained prominence. It is possible to achieve longer and more voluminous lashes without using mascara. Knowing how to wash lash extensions is essential to maintaining their quality. You must pay attention to every detail to ensure their longevity.

The maintenance of eyelash extensions requires that they are cleaned properly. Glamoreeyelashes explains how to wash lash extensions.

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Prerequisite: Gather the Materials

To clean your extensions, you will need a mild oil-free cleaner, an angled spoolie or soft-bristled brush, a microfiber or cotton pad that is lint-free, and lukewarm tap water.

Follow these steps when cleaning and maintaining eyelash extensions.

Take Off Your Eye Makeup

Make sure to remove all makeup from your eyes, such as mascara and eyeliner before you wash the lash extensions. To avoid leaving any residues that could erode the glue, use a gentle makeup remover without oil.

Moisten Spoolie

You can wet your soft-bristled brush, spoolie, etc., using lukewarm or warm water. Be careful not to get it too wet, as this can cause the glue to weaken.

Use Lash Cleanser

Use a spoolie to apply a small amount of oil-free mascara cleanser. Use only a small amount of cleaner to avoid creating too much foam, making it difficult to rinse.

Cleanse the Lashes Gently

Use gentle strokes to brush through extensions and the lash line. Avoid pulling on your lashes as you focus on removing any dirt or accumulation.

The Rinse-Well

After cleaning the lashes, use a cleansing brush or spoolie to wash them in lukewarm tepid water. Check to see if the cleanser has been removed.

Pat Dry

Use a clean, microfiber towel or a cotton pad without lint to gently pat dry your eyelashes. Avoid rubbing or tugging your eyelashes, which can damage them and cause premature shedding.

Remove the hair by brushing

Finally, use a spoolie with clean water to comb the lashes. This will ensure that they are dried in their natural shape.

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The Bottom Line

How to wash lash extensions is important for maintaining the durability and appearance of your extensions. Follow these simple instructions to keep your lash extension clean, healthy, and looking their best. Use mild treatments that are oil-free. Don’t forget frequent washings to ensure long-lasting results and avoid any potential problems.

Sam Smith
Sam Smith
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