Methods of Eyelash Extensions
There are many methods of eyelash extensions, and cosmetic companies, wanting to stand out in the market, compete with each other in new methods, giving their customers a wide range of products to choose from. The most popular volume methods range from 1:1 to even 8:1, the name refers to how many artificial eyelashes will be glued to one of your own hair.
The most natural effect is achieved with the 1:1 method, where one false eyelash is glued to one natural eyelash. For more volume, the false lashes are glued to one of your own lashes. However, the most volume is for those who can boast their own strong hair, because the more artificial lashes we glue on, the more we burden the natural ones. An interesting effect is given by methods that use eyelashes of different lengths, making them most similar to the natural ones.
Eyelash extensions - contraindications
Allergy sufferers should be the most cautious, because the products used for eyelash extensions can cause irritation. However, this does not mean that the eyelash extensions procedure is not suitable for you - there are hypoallergenic products for eyelash extensions on the market - both the eyelashes and the glue.
Therefore, if you have sensitive skin and you are prone to allergies, be sure to tell your stylist, so he could check before the procedure, if this or that product does not cause you an allergic reaction. Any eye disease, such as conjunctivitis, of course, is also a contraindication to the treatment. It is very important to treat the infection in advance, so as not to increase the risk of complications as a result of eyelash extensions on the sore eye.