Cleanse your eyelashes
Now, if you don’t want to walk around with dirty-looking eyelashes, you need to cleanse them often. As Campaign Manager Stephanie shares, “I have this eyelash cleansing foam, which I get from the lash extension place, to wash my extensions. It thoroughly gets rid of the dirt the lashes accumulates.” If you don’t want to DIY at home, always make it a point to go to a lash specialist for a deep cleansing session. Cleansing your eyelashes is very important, as improper care can lead to eye irritation or even contracting lash mites. Eek!
Keep them dry
However, you should be very careful about getting your extensions wet when cleansing. Getting them wet can cause them to fall off easier, as the glue gets diluted when you do. For our Editor Becks, she prefers to use a mini cotton stick to clean her extensions. “I also don’t splash water into my face while cleansing,” she adds. Carefully cup some water in your hand and drizzle it onto your skin, wiping away the facial foam rather than letting the water run down your face.