For many of us, mascara offers the crowning touch to your makeup routine. Before you continue the old regimen, it’s important to know what it does to your new lashes. So can you wear mascara with eyelash extensions? The following article will shed light on the pros and cons of using mascara with lash extensions, why mascara can be used on classic lash extensions but not on volume lashes, things to bear in mind when applying mascara on your lash extensions, and types of mascara you can use on fake lashes.
Here are the temporary benefits of putting mascara on lash extensions
Your lash extensions look thicker, ensuring a bold and bright look. Mascara can change the color of your extensions if you use contrasting-colored mascara. It can increase the length of fake lashes. When your lash extensions are sparse and you need a refill, one or two coats of mascara can help you extend the appointment slightly.
Why Not To Wear Mascara With Lash Extensions
As mascaras are typically heavy on natural eyelashes, they turn out to be heavier on longer, thicker, and fuller lash extensions. This will lead your new lashes to break, droop down, or lose their shape unless they’re lightweight
Types Of Mascara You Can Use on Lash Extensions
Whether you’re smitten by a plant-based mascara or an organic one, not all premium products are safe for eyelash extensions. Instead, you should look for water-based mascara that’s exclusively for false lashes.
Here’s how to apply mascara to eyelash extensions: Wash, dry, and comb your lashes. Gently apply a coat of mascara to your natural lashes and extensions. Make sure to start applying from the middle and go towards the tips. Remember not to apply mascara to the roots. Avoid adding more than a coat or two of mascara to false eyelash extensions. What To Remember When Using Mascara On Lash Extensions If your lash extensions aren’t too thick or heavy, wearing mascara will safely enhance your look. But if you aren’t careful about picking the right product to apply it correctly, it’s easy to damage your stunning new extensions in a wink.