In general, most eyelash extensions that are applied in the salon last between two and four weeks. This takes into account that some lashes will fall out prematurely, especially in the first few days. Generally speaking, you can get away with wearing false eyelashes for up to five days. After that, the lashes will start to lose their shape and may shed their natural lashes.
Actually, this is more of a personal question. The answer is only as long as you want to use them. Natural lashes usually take a couple of weeks to grow and tend to thin out as they grow. You can remove individual lashes for days, even weeks.
I always choose individual lashes when I want to have a full line of lashes for several days in a row and I can usually remove them for at least a full week before taking them off. Depending on the adhesive and the skill used to apply the false eyelashes, they can last between 3 and 7 days. However, some brands such as Ardell will say that you should wear them for up to 12 hours in a row. The adhesive eyelash glue used to fix false eyelashes can weaken natural lashes if used for long periods of time.
The eyelash band is neither too thick nor too thin, but it also bends perfectly, meaning you don't have to manipulate it too much to fit the curvature of your natural eyelash line. Make sure you always, always, always have a replacement tube with adhesive, tweezers and some spare eyelashes in your makeup bag when you wear false ones. Applying false eyelashes is a great way to improve your appearance, but it's important to use the right glue to make sure they stay in place. Remember that your lashes may look fresh and flawless, but you'll be susceptible to irritation from all the glue.
If you use the right products and take care when applying them, you can keep your lashes looking gorgeous for days. If you decide to use false eyelashes every day, it's important to take good care of them and let them rest from time to time. Think of them as the midpoint between traditional heavy synthetic lashes and leather lashes, in terms of price and appearance. However, if you're not careful, you can end up tearing or tearing off your natural lashes, causing them to become thinner and weaker over time.
If you've been undecided about false eyelashes, I hope you now feel much more confident and prepared to choose your eyelashes. However, getting them to stay in place can be a challenge, depending on the type of tabs you want to use. To get the most out of your lashes, it's important to use a good quality eyelash adhesive and apply it sparingly. Usually, short strips are applied to the outer corner of the eyelash line to achieve a “flared” effect.
Even if you clean and store them carefully between uses, synthetic lashes will start to degrade after four or five applications.