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Lash Maintenance

  1. Avoid getting lashes wet for up to 48 hours after application

  2. Do not rub or touch your eyes, pick at your lash extensions or PULL THEM OUT. I will be able to tell.

  3. Clean with eyelash foam cleanser and cleansing brush, every 3 days, NOT with a spoolie.

  4. Brush through your eyelash tips in the morning only, not excessively because they can shed faster.

  5. Do not use oil based products around or on the eyes.

  6. Avoid Chemical Peels and Facials.

  7. Do not sleep on your face!

  8. ​​Stay on top of your infills (recommended every 2 - 3 weeks)


                         ** MOST IMPORTANTLY**LEAVE YOUR LASHES ALONE!


Lash Cleaning

  1. Clean your lash extensions every day - or twice a day if you're an eye makeup wearer or have oily skin or eyelids.

  2. I recommend cleaning lash extensions at night to remove the day's facial oils, dust, dirt and makeup.

  3. First, do away with your eye makeup. You can get rid of the makeup by applying oil-free removers using a wet cotton tip.

  4. The next step is removing the foundation. Any cleanser without oil should do this job.

  5. Proceed and wet your lashes with water.

  6. Apply a tiny amount of lash shampoo on each of the lashes. Use a cleansing brush to apply this shampoo. *Do not use baby shampoo*   I recommend Stacy lash shampoo from

  7. Gently rinse it off with water.

  8. Pat the lashes dry with a towel (lint-free). Make sure they are COMPLETELY dry.

  9. Use a clean mascara wand to create the perfect curl.


What happens if I don't clean my lashes?

        Extremely dirty lash extensions cause blepharitis. Blepharitis is an infection that causes inflammation in the eyelids. When dirt and dead skin pile up in the lashes, they create a favorable environment for bacteria growth.

       When bacteria overgrow, they create clusters known as biofilms on the eyelids. Bacteria biofilm attract parasitic mites known as Demodex. These mites feed on bacteria and dead skin. However, when they over-multiply, they cause redness, itchy skin, and painful eyelid inflammation.

       Bacteria also release endotoxins. These compounds infect the already inflamed eyelid and cause further inflammation.

       Although this infection isn’t life-threatening, it causes a lot of itchiness. You might be unable to use lash extensions for some time.

       People who don’t know how to clean lash extensions at home might mistake blepharitis for eye allergy. Some of the symptoms that indicate blepharitis include:

  • White flakes in your lashes

  • Burning sensation in your eyelashes

  • Redness

  • Eye dryness

  • Watery eyes

  • Gritty feeling in eyes

      Most of these symptoms become visible in the morning when you wake up.

Blepharitis disappears when you adopt a proper lash cleansing regimen.


Always contact your doctor if you think you have this infection.


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