Unfortunately finding the right lash technician is a hard task that involves lots of research! To become a qualified lash technician in Australia you simply need to do ONE day of training. Yes that is absolutely crazy 😳 so this means that just because they preach they’re a “qualified lash technician” doesn't always mean they are any good.
Things to look for:
Good luck on your searching girls!
Everyone’s eye shapes are different, so be sure to go to a qualified lash technician that is able to customise your lashes to suit your eye shape and enhance your natural features.
Many salons go by these looks
Each style gives you a different effects but although you might love the look of one of these style they might not necessarily suit your eyes or sit right on your lashes. The picture below shows the different eye shapes women have. From my experience I recommend the following:
In short, the answer is NO! Whether you have eyelash extensions or not, you cannot avoid your natural lashes from falling out. Your natural eyelashes are just like every other hair on your body, they grow and shed all the time. So don’t be scared if you see a natural lash fall out still attached to your eyelash extensions.
Your natural lashes grow in 90 day cycles so when a new hair is ready to grow out from the hair follicle the old hair will fall out to make room for it. So seeing a natural lash on an eyelash extension once it has fallen out is a GOOD thing! This means that your extensions have been applied INDIVIDUALLY & your natural lashes are able to go through their cycle without any interruptions.
The only time you should be concerned with your natural lashes falling out is if the extensions themselves have been applied to multiple natural lashes. If lashes are clumped together this means there is no way for the natural lash to grow out from the hair follicle when it’s ready to, this causes the new lash behind it to die in the hair follicle. This is what can cause permanent lash damage and eye infections if continued over a long period of time. By attaching extensions to multiple natural lashes can also cause your eyes being uncomfortable and itchy, this will result in you rub your eyes and pull your eyelashes.
Eyela is an aftercare treatment and black mascara that has active ingredients of Keratin and Vitamin E to help keep your natural lashes healthy! But the most important thing is to make sure to go to a certified lash stylist that follows the rule of applying one extension to one natural lash!