This process is continuous, and people lose between 1 and 5 natural eyelashes every day. This means that you could lose 1 to 5 eyelash extensions per day. This is perfectly normal and is to be expected with or without eyelash extensions. The eyelash extensions are placed so that the natural cycle continues as usual.
This means that natural eyelashes will come off with their extension as they adhere. Therefore, the fall of eyelash extensions reflects the natural loss of eyelashes. In other words, if you normally lose 2 to 5 eyelashes per day, you're likely to lose about the same amount of eyelash extensions per day. All growth can take a few weeks, so eyelash extensions usually last between 2 and 4 weeks.
The fall occurs when the tab has completed its life cycle. Many times, several eyelashes reach the final phase at the same time and all of them come off as a group. This is known as the detachment phase. Makeup oil (mascara, liquid eyeliner, eyeliner) will break down the adhesive over time and the eyelashes will eventually peel off.
However, if you lose most of your eyelash extensions in a week or less, there's definitely a problem, whether it's in the aftercare technique, in the quality of the eyelashes or the glue used, or in the skills of the eyelash technician you turned to. If you're in any of these situations, you may need to contact your current eyelash technician and find someone else. Make sure that the oil stays away from the eye area so that it doesn't weaken the adhesive and cause the eyelashes to come loose. There's a reason why eyelash tape is on every eyelash professional's list of must-have eyelash extension tools.
Now that you know how many eyelashes you lose in a day, it's important to understand why eyelash extensions fall out in the first place. If you tear off an eyelash, it will eventually grow back, however, a few months may pass, especially if there has been an interruption in the growth cycle and the eyelash needs to return to the telogen phase of rest. Many eyelash technicians recommend using water, especially if their clients wear eye makeup and need a remover. This involves researching eyelashes and glue first, or asking someone with more experience what they would recommend (or, more importantly, what not) they would recommend.
A new set of eyelash extensions, also known as semi-permanent eyelashes, should last approximately two or three weeks, depending on where you placed them and other factors. Be sure to give detailed instructions for aftercare, so that no one has to deal with premature loss of eyelash extensions. If customers notice that eyelash extensions fall out after a week, examine your eyelash technique to see if you follow the five methods that make eyelash extensions last.