A few days ago, the website Byrdie posted an article entitled "The Best (and Worst) Makeup for Eyelash Extensions"
In their article, they list a lot of great tips for getting the look you want without ruining your lashes as well as some helpful links to products for purchase.
I am a big fan of eyeliner and I didn't even know that an eyeliner pen was a thing! I myself use a soft pencil, but am careful to avoid the lash line so as to not get gunk in my lash extensions. I sometimes use powder, but I just can't say no to a thick and bold cat eye.
What looks do you love with your extensions?
We've all see Magnetic Strip Lashes on Instagram and Facebook. So what is all the hype?!
We've had a lot of our clients ask us about these and the jury is still out on these babies. We have yet to find a pair that hold a flame to the look of extensions, but we have to admit they are getting better... The manufacturer we purchase our product and lashes through actually makes some magnetic lashes, but we've yet to give them a whirl.
Elite Daily made a list of the best on Amazon. The 6 Best Magnetic Eyelashes You Need to Try ASAP. If any of our readers give these a try, let us know how it goes!
It is of upmost importance that our clients properly clean their lash extensions between visits. We are now offering Blink Lash Foam Cleanser. It is formulated by the same manufacturer that makes our adhesive so you know it is safe.
The Miami Herald online recently posted an article addressing this very issue. Dr. Leslie Baumann wrote a great article entitled "Are You Using the Wrong Skin Cleanser? Here's How to Pick the Right Product." about cleaners in general but took the time to address lash extensions which we at Salt City Lashes appreciate. Here's what she had to say:
Cleansing with Eyelash Extensions
Eyelash extensions are becoming more and more popular, but using the wrong type of cleanser could mean frequent visits to your lash studio. If you have lash extensions, avoid using oil-based cleansers near your eyes. The oil in these products can loosen the adhesive that bonds the lash extensions to your skin.
Check out the full article for more great tips about keeping your skin healthy and happy.