Eyelash Extensions and Vacation

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Eyelash Extensions and Vacation


There’s no doubt that eyelash extensions dramatically improve your vacation. The benefits are endless, you don’t have to worry about lugging so much makeup, no fear of mascara running down your face while you’re soaking up the sun, and the amount of time you spend getting ready dramatically decreases. You can wake up in your makeup, and we wouldn’t be surprised if you find yourself waiting on your man before a night out!
If you are considering getting eyelash extensions before your vacation, here are some things you need to know:
Bring an oil-free sunscreen. Protecting our skin is always on our minds while on vacation, and you shouldn’t have to worry about how it will affect your lashes. Try to avoid using any spray on protection as they tend to have oil, and it’s harder to control where that oil lands on your face. We recommend an oil free product like Glo Sensitive Solar Shade SPF 50 or Sanitas Solar Block SPF 20. If you prefer a tinted moisturizer, we also like Glo Minerals Moisturizing Tint SPF 30. With these products you can carefully apply around your eye area.
Cleanse your lashes. There is a common misconception that salt water will damage the bond between adhesive and extension, but it’s not so much the salt water as it is a build up of sweat and natural oils along the base of the lashes. Just as you would at home, you should wash your face and remove makeup daily. It’s important to remove any makeup, dirt, dust and debris from your lash line to prevent any irritation and premature extension shedding. For best results we recommend using Xtreme Lashes Eye Makeup Remover and Facial Cleanser, daily and after any activity. If you are visiting the beach, it’s best to immediately cleanse your lashes following outdoor activities to ensure the best longevity.
Protective Coating. For a little extra protection during the times when outdoor activities will be occurring daily, we suggest using Xtreme Lashes Protective Coating. This handy coating goes over the base of the extensions to seal and style. Think of it like hairspray for your lashes! It’s a small bottle that easily fits in your toiletry bag and has a mascara wand applicator for applying evenly and styling.
You see, it’s not too much effort to care for the extensions while on vacation! I bet you’re thinking “That’s all? I can do that!” Don’t think twice before cannonballing into the pool or snorkeling with the fishes, your eyelash extensions won’t be affected!
If you have any additional questions you can always call and speak to a Stylist directly or you can schedule a consultation to discuss design or additional tips and tricks!
Use Code LASH13 for 20% off all of these products!
Written by: Riann Decker



4 Responses

  1. Sutton Turner
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    I like how you suggested cleaning your lashes during a vacation to prevent premature lash shedding. My mom is going to Tahiti and was debating on whether or not to get eyelash extensions. I appreciate the information on how to care for your lashes on vacation.

  2. Todd Stauffer
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    I appreciate how you said that you should still remove any makeup you have on even with lash extensions attached. My wife and I are trying to get ready for our son’s wedding in a couple of weeks. She would like to get lash extensions so it’s helpful to know that she can wear and remove makeup normally with them on.

  3. Dave Anderson
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    I like how you mentioned how someone would still need to cleanse their lashes on vacation from the makeup, and not necessarily the salt. I feel like I would have thought that salt would ruin lash extensions as well. It is nice to know that if someone in my family gets them that they need to clean the sweat and oils off their face like regularly.

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