An Active lifestyle doesn’t have to mean more lash maintenance.
Working out keeps me feeling sane. I have been addicted to cycling lately and I also dable in barre method and yoga. So I understand the real struggle of wanting to get a good workout on but being afraid of loosing your lash extensions quicker.
There are steps you can take to eliminate the very real fear of sweating and ruining your lashes.
By now hopefully everyone knows how important cleaning your eyelash extensions is. Cleaning your lashes regularly not only improves the lash health, prevents eye infections and mites, but also can make your lash extensions last longer.
Everyone loves the look of a great cat eye, and nothing is more glamorous for the holiday parties than lush lashes and a thick liquid eyeliner paired with bright jewel toned lips. For those that are a little shaky when it comes to nailing the perfect eyeliner line we have broken it down to 3 easy steps. Watch our video and follow along, not only will you learn how to do perfect liquid liner every time, if using our LAshX Proliner, your natural lashes will get thicker longer and fuller with use.
Cleaning your lash extensions properly is the key to keeping them looking great longer! So many people I speak to say they don't clean their lashes because they are afraid of ruining them, or that their lash pro just told them to use water or any oil free cleanser.
So here is the deal. We can't use just any old products on our lash extensions. In order to keep these babies on as long as possible we need to clean them to ...
Top Ten Reason Not To use Baby Shampoo to Clean your eyelash extensions
As an avid eyelash extension wearer, a seasoned lash artist and an ingredient investigator, I wanted to share why using baby shampoo as an eyelash extension cleanser will not only lower your lash extension retention, it can also be unhealthy and lead to more sensitivity. So, here are my top ten reasons for not using baby shampoo to clean your lash extensions.