Monday, November 30, 2015

Safe Eyelash Extensions what you should know about lashes

Eyelash Extensions demand has increased substantially since the treatment captured the public’s attention and was catapulted into the global limelight a decade ago. For this reason, it’s important to make sure that clients know the ins and outs of this delicate procedure and the key factors that ensure not only a successful eyelash treatment but also a goal of creating better healthier lashes in the long run instead of more damaged lashes. This also includes providing appropriate eyelash aftercare program. Long, thick, luxurious eyelashes have long been a key element of a woman’s beauty since the beginning of recorded history.However, most people don’t realize how delicate and fragile natural eyelashes really are. Aging, heredity, false lashes, injuries, illness and obsessive hair pulling can result in permanent weakening or hypotrichosis of the lash follicles or total loss leading to lash baldness. While certain long-term topical treatments like prostaglandin analogs (bimatoprost/Latisse, Allergan) can help to boost the length of weak lashes, only eyelash extensions can create a look of real thickness and length. About Eyelashes what you should know: Eyelashes are the primary mechanism by which the eyes are protected from dust motes and debris. Eyelash Extensions (when done properly) do not pull out lashes people do never pull out a lash trim if you must. Once you pull a lash out about 20 times it never grows back. Eyelashes provide symmetry and beauty to the eye area and face. Eyelash Extension procedures can be used to enhance the cosmetic appearance of the eyes or to restore lashes to a less damaged look when done properly and mascara is not worn. Clients who may benefit from a eyelash extensions are those who have lost their eyelashes through trauma or alopecia, as well as those who are looking for an increase in the number or length of their eyelashes.