Should You Consider A 3D Lash Lift
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Should You Consider A 3D Lash Lift

Should You Consider A 3D Lash Lift

If you’re looking for longer lashes that have a luxurious and gentle curl to them, you’ve probably tried a lot of different solutions to achieve that goal.  Unfortunately for most women it is quite uncommon for you to have the lengthy lashes that had such a dramatic look to your eye.  Most women have to experiment with serums or hand curlers which ultimately need to be redone every day, and will begin to fade as soon as you apply a single coat of mascara.  The hand curlers do not produce a look that will stay for very long due to the fact that the eyelashes themselves have not grown into that shape.  You can try false eyelashes, but ultimately these are not a solution for anyone who does not have extended periods of time to apply their makeup every day.  It is commonly known that applying the glue that holds false eyelashes on will also have a damaging effect over time to your natural lashes.  For many people the best answer to all of these issues is eyelash extensions, which are mink or silk eyelashes that are bonded permanently to the root of your natural eyelashes.  While these do provide the look that most women are looking for in a far more permanent way that almost every other solution, you’re going to need to take into consideration that you cannot touch your eyes, sleep on your stomach, use a sleeping mask or apply large amounts of makeup.  All of these things will ultimately compromise the eyelash extensions.  An additional drawback is the price which can run upwards of $200 a set.

A 3D lash lift is a method of creating a better eyelash look to it is agreed by most to be the best of both worlds.  The procedure costs about half of what eyelash extensions do and ultimately needs no daily glue that can damage your natural lashes.  The procedure does not need any preparation, although if you’re looking for longer lashes that will provide a more luxurious look you might want to apply a serum for a few weeks before having the procedure done.  The salon employee will blow your lashes down to the silicon shield which is applied to your skin using a mild adhesive.  The adhesive is then applied to the other side of the shield and the lashes are curled and big here to it.  This will create the shape that is desired, at which point a perming solution is applied and allowed to set for around 6 minutes.  This softens the lashes and allows them to crawl naturally after which point a setting solution re hardens the lashes into that shape.  A nourishing solution is then applied which adds moisture, and within around an hour you will be free to go with flashes that will ultimately keep this shape for around 6 to 8 weeks.  Aside from avoiding getting your eyelashes wet for the first 24 hours, there’s almost no care and maintenance necessary.