How to remove eyelash extensions at home
It is impossible to imagine modern beauty services without eyelash extensions, and it is important not only to apply them well, but also to remove them correctly. Many people prefer to turn to lash makers, but the process of removing eyelashes can be done independently, following the rules and advice of professionals.
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Determining the time to remove eyelashes is important, since each eyelash has its own lifespan, approximately three months. It’s time to remove eyelash extensions when they begin to cause discomfort, tearing, look unsightly, or you don’t like the quality of the artist’s work.
To remove eyelashes, you can turn to professional products, such as debonders or removers, which quickly and effectively soften the glue. These products are used by lash makers but are also available for home use.
There are also alternative removal methods, for example using albucid or sulfacetamide, oils (castor, burdock, etc.) or fatty creams. They are also effective, but require more time to complete the procedure.
Regardless of the method chosen, it is important to be careful not to get products into your eyes.