Eyelash extension, also known as stretching, has won over most women by giving volume and curvature to the strands without the need to apply several layers of mascara. The advantage of using this technique is that in addition to valuing the look, you already wake up with your lashes as if they were wearing makeup.
With the hustle and bustle of the independent woman's daily life and the desire to always want to be prepared to go out, she has made the aesthetic spaces dedicated to this technique multiply and the types of stretching offered vary and can be chosen according to the preference of each one. Among the options available are the wire to wire extension and the Russian volume.
Wire to wire
The synthetic threads are applied one by one to the natural lashes and the extensions are a little thicker to add volume to the lashes.
This technique is most recommended for women who want lashes with a lot of volume, and to create the desired effect, several strands are glued next to each natural lash. The strands are thinner and lighter so that it is possible to place 2 to 6 extensions to the natural lash.
In order for the procedure to last longer, it is necessary to avoid stirring or rubbing the area too much so that the synthetic threads do not come off. We recommend that after application, do not wet the extensions in the first 4 hours, do not use anything oily in the eyes area, avoid the eyelash mask, as it reduces the durability of the extensions, wash the eyelashes at least 3 times a week and brush the eyelashes. extensions once a day with the brush provided after the procedure, to keep them aligned, the duration of the procedure lasts an average of 20 to 30 days.
For those who want to keep their lashes always intact, it is necessary to do maintenance every 15 days, after that date, the ideal would be to remove all the wires and redo the procedure.
Eyelash lengthening is not recommended for people who have blepharitis, or who do not have healthy eyelashes, or who are undergoing chemotherapy or who have any allergies to any glue composition. It is important to pay attention to the quality and origin of the glues that are used for the application of synthetic yarns. If they are of poor quality, they can cause allergies in people with the most sensitive skin.
According to some ophthalmologists, there are some cases where the glue drips and when it comes in contact with the ocular mucus it can cause keratitis (inflammation of the cornia) and also ocular allergy. We have already seen cases in which the client had contact with the glue and presented inflammation of the california due to the chemical present in the product.