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I love, Love, LOVE creating incredible lashes – but I didn’t exactly emerge from the womb with a set of Russian volumes in my tiny hand. In fact, it might surprise you to know that, in a previous life, I spent many amazing years working as a ski and snowboard instructor.
It was the kind of work that other people didn’t consider a ‘real’ job, but it was fun and so rewarding – and what I learned during that time has actually transferred across into life at Lady Lash.

I love, Love, LOVE creating incredible lashes – but I didn’t exactly emerge from the womb with a set of Russian volumes in my tiny hand. In fact, it might surprise you to know that, in a previous life, I spent many amazing years working as a ski and snowboard instructor.
It was the kind of work that other people didn’t consider a ‘real’ job, but it was fun and so rewarding – and what I learned during that time has actually transferred across into life at Lady Lash.
Okay, ladies – let’s settle the debate once and for all!
Yes – you should absolutely keep your lash extensions clean. I know you want to extend the life of your lash extensions for as long as possible, but in terms of keeping your lashes healthy, it’s vital you wet them regularly to wash away dead skin cells, cleanse the hair follicle, and keep them clean.
It’s important to try and keep your new lashes dry for the first 24 hours after your visit, but after that, practicing good general eye and lash hygiene is crucial. Not only for the health of your eyes – but also to protect your beautiful new lashes!
Avoiding washing your eyes and lashes can actually cause a build-up of dead skin cells and make up, which can block the hair follicles, cause itchiness and inflammation (a condition known as blepharitis) and actually lead to extensions falling out prematurely.
Clean or rinse the eye area gently with an oil-free cleanser or makeup remover (since oil can break down lash glue) then pat dry. Avoid rubbing at your lashes. Wash them 2 – 3 times each week. Simple!
Our friendly lash artists will let you know how to clean your lashes, but for more info and guidance on lash health and maintenance, be sure to ask any questions you might have during your appointment, or contact us right now via Facebook messenger.
xo
The team at Lady Lash
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