Voluminous lashes are defined by the number of individual eyelash extensions that are grouped into a “fan”. Most artists use a number plus the letter D to show how many tabs are in a fan. In addition, they are ideal if you have naturally strong eyelashes. If you notice that your new eyelashes are peeling off, it's very likely that something has interfered with the adhesive bond.
Avoid getting your eyelashes wet for the first 24 to 48 hours, as water can weaken the glue before it hardens. Stay away from oil-based eye products, cream-based eyeliners and waterproof masks, which can be difficult to remove even under normal circumstances. Never use a cotton pad or cotton swab, as they can clip on the extension and remove it. Extension manufacturers have become very innovative and are making lightweight, wavy eyelash extensions that won't slow you down like the real thing.
Unlike strappy eyelashes, eyelash extensions are individually glued to natural hair, so they are highly customizable and look real. Naturally, the number of eyelashes you receive depends on the health and length of your natural eyelashes and the shape of your eyes. Once you understand the basics of the materials you should use, the thickness, length, and thickness of the eyelashes, you should also consider the shape of your eyes. But if you must use eye products, opt for oil-free makeup and apply light movements to prevent eyelashes from falling out.
Usually, simple or classic eyelashes mean that there is a single extension attached to a single natural eyelash. For example, the eyelash extensions that a person with round eyes will wear may not look good on a person with almond-shaped eyes. As I mentioned in my previous note, there may be variations, depending on the room in which you make your extension. If you feel that mascara isn't enough and you're okay with the additional maintenance and money that eyelash extensions require, it's definitely worth looking for a specialist and having a consultation, in my opinion.