Consider A 3D Lash Lift
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Consider A 3D Lash Lift

Consider A 3D Lash Lift

For many women, eyelashes are a source of constant problems.  Unless you’re born with luxurious and long lashes like Liz Taylor, you probably fight with the daily struggle of trying to make them look longer and curl more elegantly.  You’ve probably tried multiple types of serums which would ultimately grow your lashes longer but found them that they do not occur all in a natural way.  Most women will fight this fight every single day using hand curlers to try and create a natural arch in the lashes which will look natural.  Most women will then resort to false eyelashes which do create a longer look, but must be applied with glue on a daily basis and then removed before you go to bed at night.  The blue will ultimately have a harming effect on your lashes, and creates a relatively unnatural look to due the fact that they’re glued on top of your existing lashes.  If you have the money, the best thing that you can do is to eyelash extensions which takes silk or mink eyelashes and hear them directly to the root of your natural ashes.  This is going to give you an immediate extension and curl but must be cared for 24 hours a day.  You will no longer be able to touch your eyes, sleep on your stomach, where a sleeping mask or get them wet.  While they are a solution, they are not necessarily the best solution.

A 3D lash lift is a procedure that that’s much like a perm for your eyelashes.  It involves a hearing a silicon shield directly to your skin and then curling the lashes onto it, a hearing them to the shield as well in a curled fashion.  Once they’re set into the shape that is desired a perming solution is applied which ultimately softens them and allows them to form a more natural curve.  This perming solution is allowed to remain on your lashes for around 6 minutes until they become soft enough to keep the gentle curve that is desired.  A setting solution is then applied which hardens the lashes back to a more natural state, keeping them in the same shape that they were when they were soft.  Following the setting solution comes a nourishing solution which will add moisture back to the lashes the same way conditioner is applies to hair after it is stripped or dyed.  This entire procedure will take about an hour and will ultimately last for around 6 to 8 weeks as long as you do not abuse them too much.  There’s not much for care and maintenance aside from the fact that you should avoid getting them wet for about 24 hours after you had the procedure done.  A lash lift will generally cost about half of what eyelash extensions will, and will be easier to care for ultimately providing you with a longer time frame in between reapplications.  Look into a 3D last lift at your local salon today.