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sensitive lash adhesive glue
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I wanted to share my experience about eyelash extensions. About 2 months ago I had a trained individual apply eyelash extensions which took about 2 hours and cost $160.00. My first experience was great and my eyelashes looked pretty full for about 12 days. I went back for fills which cost about $40.00 and then experienced itchy and watery eyes for about 2 days. My eyeslids looked red and swollen and eventially I had to remove the extensions which was very disappointing. After speaking with the individual about the side effects, he then said that others have complained of having an alergic reaction to the glue. I was wondering if there are different types of glue that can be used for this technique? I really loved how natural the extensions looked and felt so confident knowing that I had the appearance of long eyelashes and didn't have to worry about much eye make-up.....
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(07-14-2019, 08:41 PM)chimpledfoothill Wrote: I wanted to share my experience about eyelash extensions. About 2 months ago I had a trained individual apply eyelash extensions which took about 2 hours and cost $160.00. My first experience was great and my eyelashes looked pretty full for about 12 days. I went back for fills which cost about $40.00 and then experienced itchy and watery eyes for about 2 days. My eyeslids looked red and swollen and eventially I had to remove the extensions which was very disappointing. After speaking with the individual about the side effects, he then said that others have complained of having an alergic reaction to the glue. I was wondering if there are different types of glue that can be used for this technique? I really loved how natural the extensions looked and felt so confident knowing that I had the appearance of long eyelashes and didn't have to worry about much eye make-up.....



My clients have not complained about allergic reactions since I changed to this glue. it is a wonderful product. I also find it t be less expensive than all the other products of the same quality sold in the US. They ship to all over the world and I find that I am saving over 40% of what I used to pay when I purchased from 3d-lashes and from lavish.
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#3
I had my lash extension done by a Novalash Extension specialist. I must admit, the end result looks really good. My only problem is the lady promised me the extension will last a few months and this is simply not true. My extension started tp fall off the third week. Now I know they are not supposed to last for a few months as promised. I paid big money for this service and can not believe the false promise was made to me by the specialist. I had big expectation but only mediocre result. I am not against Novalash Extension but am mad at the specialist who did my extension. She should be more honest with me and refrain from making any false promise. I thought about posting her contact information here to make others aware but I guess that is not a nice thing to do. Now I apply my own extension myself using gypsy lashes. It is quite easy to do after some practice.
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#4
Hello my name is Yvette and I am in Toronto Canada. I have been doing Eyelash extensions in my Spa for 2.5 years now. There are many dishonest Eyelash companies and technicians out there. I have been trained by 4 different companies. 3 of them claim to be the Best Eyelash companies in the USA. None of them have been doing Eyelash extensions longer than I have. I took their training classes to see if they were doing anything different or better than what I was already doing. Honestly I learned 1 or 2 different things that they were all doing that I wasn't, but did I learn anything to make my job better than what I was doing before? NO WAY!!
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(07-14-2019, 08:42 PM)chimpledfoothill Wrote: Hello my name is Yvette and I am in Toronto Canada. I have been doing Eyelash extensions in my Spa for 2.5 years now. There are many dishonest Eyelash companies and technicians out there. I have been trained by 4 different companies. 3 of them claim to be the Best Eyelash companies in the USA. None of them have been doing Eyelash extensions longer than I have. I took their training classes to see if they were doing anything different or better than what I was already doing. Honestly I learned 1 or 2 different things that they were all doing that I wasn't, but did I learn anything to make my job better than what I was doing before? NO WAY!!



Itchy and swollen eyelid is a definite sign of skin allergic response. We recommend checking in with your eyelash technician to make sure the adhesive used is medical grade. If you are only getting reaction to the left eye, you can inform the technician to place the lash extension another 1 to 2mm further away from your natural lashes. The increase distance will prevent the allergic response from happening at the first place. Placing the extensions too close to the lash root WILL cause stinging in your clients eyes. Read more Stacy Lash
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