The extensions are placed on eyelashes that are in the middle of the last stage of their cycle and there is no way to know the exact time when an eyelash will fall naturally, so it's not uncommon for a newly extended eyelash to fall off on the day of application. The eyelash extensions are meticulously placed 1-2 mm from the lash line. However, your natural eyelashes are constantly growing. This means that the location of the base of the extension also moves further and further away from the lash line.
Plan to comb your eyelashes very gently from the middle to the ends when the filling appointment approaches to avoid tearing off the overgrown extensions of your natural eyelashes. The eyelashes come off naturally, following a natural eyelash cycle of 90 to 120 days. During this time, you're likely to lose 1 to 4 eyelashes per day. If this is the case, then it is ESSENTIAL that the makeup you use is oil-free and that it does not damage eyelash extensions.
You'd better bet your last dollar that the oil in your shampoo and conditioner stays on the lash line and breaks the adhesive for eyelash extensions. If you use only natural eyelashes, it can be difficult to follow the normal cycle of eyelash loss, but with extensions applied it will be easier to see how your eyelashes fall. If you've ever worn eyelash extensions before, you know how overwhelming it is when your fluffy eyelashes start to peel off. If you don't clean your eyelashes properly on a regular basis, dirt or debris may build up and your extensions may come loose.
The problem can be compounded when you go to your filler appointment and get more attention from the eyelash artist on the side that lost the most extensions. My fear of poor retention is why my palms start to sweat when I see a customer's name appear in my inbox after a new series of extensions. I bought the Dermalmd eyelash serum for my mother because she's constantly looking to make her eyelashes thicker. It is essential to ensure that the adhesive adheres firmly to the natural eyelashes and to the extension so that they do not come off after combing them, sleeping or cleaning them.
Your eyelash technician may have used too little adhesive and that eyelash extensions may not adhere properly to natural eyelashes.