Crunchy eyelash extensions can be caused by a variety of factors, such as an outdated extension material, an incorrect choice of diameter, the wrong number of eyelashes placed, the improper use of glue, the wrong glue for the environment, and improper aftercare. Pain may also be caused by the way the technician applied your eyelashes. If they are placed too close to the eyelids, they may be pricking them throughout the day. Additionally, if too much glue is used, some of the lashes may stick together and pull at each other.
If your natural eyelashes are sparse, delicate and fragile, your extensions may not last as long. If the adhesive hardens before it adheres to the natural lashes, it will eventually peel off after a day or two. The key to making sure your eyelash extensions last is to keep them as clean and grease-free as possible. This can be done by using oil-free products, using a powder or drying paper, and cleaning them properly.
If too little adhesive is used, the extensions may not adhere properly to the natural eyelash. This can occur when an eyelash extension has not been properly applied to the natural eyelash or when the extensions are too long, causing them to twist, fall and twist. Pain and discomfort can be felt when extensions are applied if not done correctly. It is important to have them removed professionally when necessary.
If you never wash your eyelashes, oil can accumulate and consume the adhesive. If your natural lashes do not support extensions, it is best to have them removed as soon as possible. Extensions can fall out more easily when you go about your daily life. It is essential that makeup used does not contain oil and is safe for eyelash extensions.
Eyelash extensions eliminate the need for mascara but you may want to use it on the lower lash line for more definition.