How eyelash extensions are applied？
The number of extensions you want (how full you want your lashes to look) determines how long your first appointment will be; however, it’s recommended to block off two hours for the appointment.
Here’s what you can expect during your lash extension appointment:
The technician will ensure you’re comfortable before gently cleansing both of your eyes.
Your lower lashes will be taped to your skin using surgical tape. This keeps the technician from accidentally gluing your lower lashes to the upper ones.
Using tweezers or a similar tool, the lash specialist will separate and isolate your natural lashes.
A single artificial lash fiber will be dipped with a tiny bit of glue and attached to the top of the isolated natural lash.
The process just outlined will be repeated for the entire eyelid of each eye.
The eyes will remain closed for the entire process and possibly a few minutes afterward to allow the glue to thoroughly dry. During your appointment, your technician may have music playing in the room, or you can choose to pop in your earbuds and listen to your favorite music or podcast.