Eyelash extensions are synthetic mink lashes which are applied on every natural lash with a hypoallergenic
No, there is something called a “shed cycle” which consists of losing your natural lashes every 4 to 6 weeks. So, when you shed your natural lashes you also shed the extension
This will depend on the quality of the product, the technique, the professional performing the application.
This will depend on the quality of the product, the technique, the professional performing the application, and the care utilized by the client. By this, it means do not pull, rub, or brush the lashes harshly. The only way to ensure proper fitting and placement of eyelash extensions, that will not damage the natural lash, is by having the procedure conducted by a highly skilled professional utilizing a high-quality product.
Absolutely no moisture on the lashes for the first 24 hours

*Avoid any oil base facial products around the eyes.

*Do not pull on the extensions

*Brush the extensions when dry and do so gently

*Do not apply mascara

*Use an oil-free remover to remove any eye / facial products
An allergic reaction can trigger pain, itching, redness and swelling.
The extensions will need to be remove by a professional as soon as possible.
An allergic reaction can trigger pain, itching, redness and swelling.
It has to be done at least 24 hours before the first set.
Do not wear any eye makeup on the day of your appointment. Do some research on the product being used and about the artist applying your extensions. High quality product applied with the proper hygiene will reduce the risk of an allergic reaction.