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Semi permenant lashes ?

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ginorwine Wed 22-Feb-17 23:23:48

I'm loosing eye definition and due to my age ( 50 s) don't want to wear heavy eyeliner and was wondering if semi perm lashes may add definition ?
Was watching a trinny woodhaul you tube that suggested they can be good but care must be taken to get good practitioner as it can ruin eyelashes ? How wd I know if someone was good / using good technique . ? I really don't want to ruin lashes ! Thanks .

ginorwine Thu 23-Feb-17 13:20:40

Bump

ginorwine Fri 24-Feb-17 15:33:23

Hopeful bump

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 24-Feb-17 16:56:07

I had some a few months ago, and they looked really good for about 6 weeks IIRC. Lashes weren't great when I had them removed though, so would only consider for special occasions now.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 24-Feb-17 16:57:31

And I don't know how you would spot a good technique tbh. Reading between the lines, the beautician did kind of indicate they aren't really a long term option.

ginorwine Sat 25-Feb-17 15:19:33

Thanks

VanillaSugar Sat 25-Feb-17 15:22:56

Look for eyelash extension. These are glued into the eyelashes and look marvellous. You need to keep topping them up every 3 weeks though. I love them!

VanillaSugar Sat 25-Feb-17 15:24:28

But you need to avoid oil-based eye products as the oil will melt the glue and the lashes (the extensions, not your real ones!) will fall out.

GinasGirl Sat 25-Feb-17 15:44:18

I loved the first time I had my eyelash extensions, they stayed on for about 3 months! I always looked awake and it took minutes to do make up!

They can go a bit wonky as new lashes grow through or the lashes they are attached to grow, but it's ok if you comb through every morning and night.

Don't use oil based cleanser and remember to wash them ( baby shampoo on a cotton pad was suggested to me )

The only thing that I will say though, is the last time I had them ( my fourth ) my lashes were not in a good way after they came off, really short and thin, so I am giving it a break and using rapid lash to try and get them back to normal again!

ginorwine Sun 26-Feb-17 09:17:46

They sound fab !
Am worried re impact on real lashes tho - does everyone experience thinner lashes after use of these?

QuinoaKeen Sun 26-Feb-17 09:24:05

My lashes are very thin after having these unfortunately.
They do look great though.

WhisperedLoudest Sun 26-Feb-17 09:26:46

I don't rate them at all.

I've had them done a few times for special occasions and they look great for the first week if you're keeping them dry but as they grow out they go wonky and sparse and it's very obvious up close they're false.

They irritate and can can scratch you eyeball.

NoArmaniNoPunani Sun 26-Feb-17 09:29:14

I've had lash extensions continuously for the past 8 years with only a few weeks without them in that time. Done correctly, they don't damage your lashes

ShyOyster Sun 26-Feb-17 09:31:34

I love them but wouldn't have them all the time. They look fab but I find they always make my own lashes slightly weaker and maintenance every three weeks is too much faff. Even my absolutely fantastic beautician says she doesn't recommend them for permanent use. Holidays, a few months maybe but I find I need a break from them.
My beautician recommended an eyelash tint and perm recently. It's not as spectacular as falsies but I tried it and really liked it.

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