How to Get the Perfect Eyelash Extensions for Your Special Day

Are you looking for the perfect way to make your eyes pop on your special day? Eyelash extensions are the perfect way to add length, thickness, and volume to your lashes without having to worry about applying mascara or an eyelash curler. But when should you get them done?Asako and Naoko, certified eyelash stylists and owners of Divine Lashes, recommend getting your eyelash extensions two or three days before your wedding. This will give you time to lie down with your eyes closed for an hour or two, which can only be beneficial if the occasion is approaching. It also gives you time for several recharge appointments, where the technician can adjust the color, curl, and length of the extensions to enhance or tone natural lashes. Christine Pring-Nieves, an eyelash expert, suggests that it's important to consider time when scheduling appointments to fill in your lashes as part of your pre-wedding beauty plan.

Getting them sooner is better than getting them later, as this will give you time to fix any problems that arise with your extensions before the big day. When it comes to eyelash extensions, there isn't one size fits all. You can let your eyelash technician know your preferences and they will be able to customize the extensions to suit you. However, it's important to consider that there may be some annoying side effects such as itching or irritation. To avoid this, refrain from applying thickening or strengthening eyelash solutions as they can damage synthetic eyelashes. The beauty of eyelash extensions is that they can last until they fall out naturally.

This means that you can leave the salon with perfectly curled eyelashes every day until they fall out. Yes, eyelash extensions are a more time-consuming process than striped eyelashes, but the results can be more dramatic and have that “wow factor”.

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