Here’s how to keep your lash extensions clean and looking beautiful.
Have the lash cleanser and cleansing brush provided in your after care kit out and ready to go. Keep a clean makeup sponge or lint free towel nearby to dab dry after cleansing.
First remove any makeup with an oil free cleanser or micellar water.
Shake your lash cleanser a couple of time then pump onto the back of your hand or directly on closed eye lids.
Apply the foam using the cleansing brush moving gently in small circular motion at the lash line, proceed with gentle downward motion from the lash line to the tip of your lashes. Make sure to keep both eyes close to prevent any soap entering your eyes.
Rinse both eyes with warm to cool water 3-5 times to make sure all of the foam is off.
Dab gently with a clean makeup sponge or lint free towel to dry before opening your eyes.
Repeat rinsing if your feel any irritation upon opening your eyes.
Dry & Brush
Air dry then brush your lashes with the provided lash brush. To brush, close your eyes and start at the lash line, brush downward gently toward the lash tips. Your brush should roll right through separating any crisscrossing lashes. Repeat 2x on both eyes. Do this every morning upon waking, after cleansing and through out the day if needed. Refrain from brushing your hybrid and volume extensions while they are wet to prevent clumping.
Remember to cleanse every night before bed and after working out to extend the longevity of your extensions. Keeping them clean will also prevent build-up that may cause irritation and infections.
Products we recommend for use with extensions:
Any oil-free cleanser
- The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser
Oil-free micellar water
- Skintifique Cleanser P
Lash Extensions Cleanser
- BeautyGARDE Lash + Brow Shampoo
- Borboleta Lash Bath Foam Cleanser
- Lash Box LA Bubble Lash Shampoo
- LashBee Honey-Do Foaming Lash Shampoo
- The Ordinary
- LashBee Bright & Radiant Hydrating Eye Cream
- Powder shadow of any brand
- We recommend using eyeshadow with a little bit of water as eyeliner
- But if you must, stick with liquid liner - no pencil or waxy product