Eyelash extensions are a great way to enhance your eyes and make them look beautiful. But, since they are applied with a strong adhesive that is practically waterproof, you will need to dissolve the glue to remove them. Fortunately, you can do this at home with steam, an oil-based cleaner, or a product specifically designed to dissolve eyelash glue. It's always best to have your eyelashes removed by a professional to avoid any damage to your natural eyelashes.
Professionals use a special remover designed to soften the adhesive bond. If your eyelashes start to fall out, you can remove the rest with steam and oil. Using a cream remover is the safest way to remove eyelash extensions. The cream-type eyelash glue remover is used to remove the entire set of eyelash extensions.
This thick cream-like remover is easy to apply and fits the eyelashes very well without coming into contact with the eyes or skin. Coconut oil works even faster than olive oil, so it might take less than an hour to remove the extensions on your own. Keep reading for information on how to remove eyelash extensions at home, the risks involved, the tools you'll need, a list of oils you can use, tips and a step-by-step guide to safely removing them. The key mission of a professional eyelash glue remover is not just to remove eyelash extensions, but to do so without harming natural eyelashes. For optimal product condition, keep the remover out of direct sunlight and store it in a cool, dry place. The step-by-step guide shows how to use oil, heat, salt and cotton pads to remove eyelash extensions for one hour each for one or both eyes.
Natural oils can break the adhesion of eyelash glue, but these oils aren't strong enough to effectively remove eyelash extensions. If you don't plan to refill the extensions, you should remove the extensions 2 to 3 weeks after the initial application. I have seen several horror stories of customers who damage their natural eyelashes during the removal process. If you want to talk to an eyelash technician about how to remove your eyelash extensions on your own, leave us a comment describing your problem and I'll get back to you.Eyelash extensions make your eyes look beautiful, but they don't last forever. No matter how long you've had them on for, it's important that you know how to safely remove them without damaging your natural lashes.
With the right products and removal steps, you won't feel your eyelash extensions come off. If you're worried about damaging your natural lashes during removal, I recommend that you have your eyelash extensions removed by a professional technician. Or, if the eyelash extensions were applied incorrectly (for example, if several natural eyelashes stick together) and this irritates the eyes in some way, it is best to remove them. In conclusion, removing eyelash extensions at home is possible with steam and oil-based cleaners or products specifically designed for this purpose. However, it's best to have your lash extensions removed by a professional technician for optimal safety and results.