Avoid getting your Lash Extensions wet for 24 hours after a full set or fill.
Avoid standing under the shower head with your face towards it, the water pressure could knock the extensions off. Avoid splashing your face with water when you cleanse. both of these will get water in your eyes, and our immediate response is to wipe our eyes, which we want to avoid doing.
Never put any oil based products on the lash line or on the Extensions. This includes: oil based makeup removers, gel eyeliner, facial cleanser, moisturizer/eye products, and mascara. Mascara/eyeliner is fine on the bottom lashes/lash line. Lash Out sells an extension compatible mascara.
To remove eye makeup, use the Extension cleanser provided to you by Lash Out. Remove eyeshadow on the eyelid with a q-tip, making sure you don't use the q-tip right on the lash line. Fibers from the q-tip can snag on and get caught in the Extensions. Use the yellow microtip sponge provided to you by Lash Out with the Extension cleanser to remove any product along the lash line.
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It's a great idea to keep eyedrops/saline solution on hand to keep your eyes hydrated. You can use them as frequently as you need. This is also a great product to use directly on the extensions should you want to get them wet for any reason. Just use your clean mascara want (spoolie) and brush it through the extensions.
If you have extensions sitting sideways, use the above method to reposition them. If you can't get the extension to change position, just pull the extension and natural lash out carefully.
Its normal to lose 1-5 natural lashes and extensions per day. That is the natural lash cycle