Eyelash extensions do not damage eyelashes when applied correctly. To avoid damaging natural eyelashes, eyelash extensions must be carefully selected (length and thickness) and correctly applied to one natural eyelash at a time. No, strappy lashes won't damage your natural lashes. If you learn to apply and remove lashes in strips correctly, you shouldn't have any problems with your natural eyelashes.
False eyelashes are a cosmetic enhancement used to create the appearance of full, lush eyelashes. False eyelashes come in a variety of materials, colors and lengths, from short to dramatically long. They are fixed to the upper part of the natural eyelashes with an adhesive material. If improperly applied or removed, false eyelashes can damage natural eyelashes.
Even with proper application, excessive use can damage natural eyelashes. When you carefully respect the growth cycle of your natural eyelashes, eyelash extensions will not cause any harm to your natural eyelashes. Long-lasting eyelash glue can have very harmful effects on natural eyelashes because they contain more aggressive chemicals. When eyelash extensions are applied correctly, they must absolutely respect the natural growth cycle of natural eyelashes.
Eyelash extensions won't cause your natural lashes to fall out faster than normal; natural eyelashes simply follow their growth cycle. Taking these two variables into account will allow you to select an eyelash extension that is balanced with natural eyelashes. You should always apply your false eyelashes over your natural eyelashes and avoid chemicals and harmful products. Adhesives are a very common culprit among less experienced eyelash artists and a frequent cause of eyelash injuries.
For best results, you should curl your natural lashes to help the strappy lashes blend with the natural lashes. The striped eyelashes are applied to the entire length of the eye and the individual false eyelashes are placed individually along the lash line. False eyelashes are always the finishing touch to achieve any makeup look, or natural glamor, from looking good to looking incredible. Applying false eyelashes with a good quality glue will keep your natural and false eyelashes in perfect condition.
If you're thinking of experimenting with eyelashes or eyelash extensions, you're probably wondering if strappy lashes could ruin your natural lashes. Contact lens wearers should be careful when wearing false eyelashes, as glue can be transferred to the contact lens. Any eyelash glue can damage your natural lashes, but be careful with long-lasting eyelash adhesives. If you remove your lashes in strips correctly, your natural lashes should look the same as before you applied your false eyelashes.