Eyelash extensions, when applied correctly, will not damage your natural eyelashes. However, if you attempt to remove them yourself, you may be at risk of damaging your lashes. This can lead to breakage, thinning, and weakening of the lashes. Professional eyelash technicians are trained to use the correct adhesive and length of extensions to ensure that your natural lashes remain healthy.
Additionally, there are a variety of eyelash growth serums available on the market that can help promote healthy lash growth. When selecting eyelash extensions, it is important to choose the right length and thickness for your natural lashes. Extensions that are too long or heavy can cause strain on the natural lashes and lead to breakage. It is also important to ensure that the adhesive used is not too strong or applied too close to the skin.
If done correctly, eyelash extensions should not cause any damage to your natural lashes. If you have noticed that your natural lashes look thinner or shorter than before you had extensions, it may be because you have become accustomed to the look of having extensions. At the end of a cycle of extensions, you may notice that your natural lashes have grown in at the base of the eyelid and stand out from the thicker, darker extensions. It is important to remember that when removing eyelash extensions, it should not hurt.
The adhesive should be dissolved with a professional adhesive thinner in order to avoid plucking or pulling on the lashes. This will help ensure that your natural lashes remain healthy and undamaged.