It's usually only normal if you lose between 3 and 5 eyelashes a day. Natural eyelashes fall out and regenerate at a reasonable rate. When you rub your eyes, some of your natural eyelashes twist. But if you lose most of your eyelash extensions within the first week, it's not normal.
The eyelash extensions are placed in a way that allows the natural cycle to continue as usual. This means that natural eyelashes come off with their extension as they adhere. Therefore, the detachment of eyelash extensions reflects natural detachment. In other words, if you normally lose 2 to 5 eyelashes per day, you're likely to lose about the same amount of eyelash extensions per day.
All growth can take a few weeks, so eyelash extensions usually last approximately 2 to 4 weeks. One to five eyelashes fall out a day, depending on the person, age, health status, lifestyle and a thousand other factors. It's perfectly normal and occurs with or without eyelash extensions. Therefore, around 20% of our eyelashes fall out every week.
On average, you lose between 1 and 5 natural eyelashes a day. This means that if eyelash extensions are attached to natural lashes, then a lot of eyelashes will fall out. This usually stresses newer customers out, as they see a long, beautiful extension on the sink or pillow after the first day, but don't worry, that's completely normal. Those who spend a lot of time in a humid, humid and humid environment should use eyelash sealant at least three times a week.
So, tell your customers not to be surprised when they see the extensions dropping, this is totally normal and expected. Now that you know how many eyelashes you lose in a day, it's important to understand why eyelash extensions fall out in the first place. This is kind of a Goldilocks situation, you have to use just the right amount of eyelash glue to get beautiful lashes. It's very important for your customers to know that they should never rub, pull, or pick at their eyelashes.
Regular maintenance, a proper daily cleaning routine and careful handling can go a long way when it comes to the longevity of eyelash extensions. However, if you lose most of your eyelash extensions in a week or less, there's definitely something wrong, whether it's with your aftercare technique, the quality of the eyelashes or the glue used, or the skills of the eyelash technician you turned to. If customers find out that eyelash extensions fall out after a week, examine your eyelash technique to see if you're following the five methods that make eyelash extensions last. Because each eyelash extension is attached to a separate natural eyelash, it falls out when the natural eyelash falls out.
Customers should clean and brush their eyelashes properly every day to remove all excess dirt, oil and makeup and prevent the joint from weakening. With just your natural eyelashes, it can be difficult to follow your normal eyelash loss cycle, but with extensions applied it will be easier to see your eyelashes fall out.