Eye Rubbers – If you are an “eye-rubber”, which may be due to allergies such as hay fever or rubbing your eyes may be a habit, Eyelash Extensions may not be for you.
Sensitive Eyes – If you have sensitive eyes and often experience irritation after using skin care products or makeup, extensions may not suit you. However, if you only react to a specific ingredient, simply check that the glue does not contain it.
Sickness – If you have a cold, sinus or allergy infection, please do not have this service done! Your lashes will not last a long time due to secretions and irritation from the eye area.
Curly natural lashes -If your lashes are naturally very curly, you may not be a good candidate for extensions. Lash extensions must be applied to straight to semi-straight lashes to bond properly. For people with very curly lashes, extensions may only last up to three days before they start to lift.
No lashes – A person with no lashes may not wear lashes because there is nowhere to place them. Extensions must be placed on the natural lash and not the skin. These clients must refer to a strip lash. See Temporary Strip False Eyelashes.