How to Wash Your Face With Eyelash Extensions

How to Wash Your Face With Eyelash Extensions

Now let’s go over the proper way to wash your face when wearing extensions.

Here are a few tips:

Start by removing your eye makeup with a round facial sponge or a cotton pad and an oil-free makeup remover.
Wet your face and apply a small amount of cleanser to your forehead, nose, chin, eye area, and cheeks.
Gently massage the cleanser into your skin using your fingertips in a circular motion or a soft makeup brush. Avoid scrubbing too hard, as this can cause premature lash extension loss.
Rinse your face with lukewarm water. Do not splash water directly on your face with eyelash extensions. Instead, gently use running water in your eye area.
Pat dry your eyelash extensions with a clean towel. You can also simply hair dry them. If you use a hairdryer, make sure it is on a low setting with cool air.
Gently brush your lashes. Be extra careful during this step not to pull on tangled lashes.
That’s it!

Eyelash Extensions and Water: Myths Debunked
I have been lashing clients for many years now and trust me, I have heard it all when it comes to lash extensions and water.

Let’s debunk some common myths about water and eyelash extensions:

Myth #1: You Can’t Shower With Eyelash Extensions
This is not true! You can absolutely shower with your lash extensions. However, it is important to be careful not to get your face wet for the first 4 hours after getting your lashes done.

Check out my article on how to shower with lash extensions for my best tips.

Most lash stylists will cure your lashes by using mist or saline water that helps to speed up the drying process of the lash glue.

Once your lashes are completely cured, they are fully waterproof and you can go about your normal daily life.

Myth #2: You Can’t Take a Bath With Eyelash Extensions
This is not true! The adhesive used to apply lash extensions is not water-soluble, so it’s totally fine to get them wet. In fact, it’s actually good for the lashes! Water helps to rehydrate the natural lash, keeping it healthy and strong.

Myth #3: You Can’t Swim With Eyelash Extensions
Again, this is not true! Swimming is totally fine. Depending on water conditions, I would recommend you wear goggles. Make sure the goggles you purchase are deep enough to allow your eyelash extensions to blink without hitting the plastic.

Several of my clients are active swimmers and they have no retention issues at all.

Pro Tip: I wrote a detailed guide here on swimming with lash extensions with a few recommendations.

Washing Your Face With Eyelash Extensions – Key Takeaways
I hope that by now you are convinced that you can wash your face with eyelash extensions without worrying about losing them.

The key is to avoid oily products in the eye area when removing makeup, be careful with running water and be consistent!

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me. I would be more than happy to help you with your lash extension journey!

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