If 50 extensions are applied to each eye in one hour, it will take an hour to achieve the “full set” of 50 extensions per eye. If you have 100 extendable eyelashes per eye and the same time for your appointment, you'll receive half that amount or 50 extensions. So, by definition, you'll get half a game. The answer depends on how many natural eyelashes you actually have.
For some, the set of 280 (140 eyelashes per eye) is a complete set, while for others, the set of 160 (80 eyelashes per eye) is sufficient for a full set. Each of the eyelash extension sets we offer is the maximum number of eyelashes that will be applied to natural eyelashes. If you choose the set of 160 eyelashes, we will apply up to 80 eyelashes per eye. You may not have 80 natural lashes per eye, but we'll make sure to apply as many lashes as possible (up to 80 per eye, depending on the number of natural lashes available) and we'll give you that complete look.
Eyelash volume is defined by the number of individual eyelash extensions that are grouped together in a “fan” shape. In fact, a complete set can vary in terms of the exact number of eyelashes used; it depends on the number of natural eyelashes a person has to work with. Therefore, when choosing eyelash extensions, the general rule is that the extensions should be between 3 and 5 mm longer than natural eyelashes. Eyelash extensions are made of silk, mink or lightweight synthetic eyelashes that are applied directly to natural eyelashes.
If you're new to the world of eyelash extensions, you'll want to get a “full set of eyelashes” the first time you enter The Lash Lounge. However, while you have your eyelash extensions on, you should avoid rubbing your eyes as much as possible to help keep the extensions in place. This will help you and your stylist determine the best custom eyelash creation for you, one that is safe and enhances your natural eyelashes. When this happens, the natural eyelashes that grow faster will tear off the slow-growing eyelashes, as they are attached.
So, to achieve a stunning, natural look, you'll need to figure out which eyelash extensions are best for your eyes. Because each eyelash is at a different stage of this cycle at any given time, you'll constantly lose your natural eyelashes. On the other hand, you can choose eyelash extensions that are discreet and that go well with your natural eyelashes. Investing in eyelash extensions will help you achieve classic, natural, dramatic or fuller eyelashes effortlessly.
Everyone has different individual eyelash growth cycles, but generally a person can shed 1 to 5 eyelashes each day, or about 20% of a person's natural eyelashes that fall out every two weeks. Therefore, if you no longer want the extensions to remain in your eyes, go to a professional to remove them professionally without damaging your natural eyelashes.