How to Maintain Your Eyelash Extensions at Home While Salons Are Closed
By the end of social distancing, you'll be a pro at root touch-ups, at-home gel manicures, and eyebrow-shaping, but let's not forget eyelash extensions on the list of ever-growing beauty services we're also DIYing right now. Anyone who's ever had eyelash extensions and endured the process of them falling out knows this isn't exactly fun — to be honest, your eyelashes can start to look wonky real fast. There is no graceful way to deal with gaps in your lash set, individual hairs facing in every possible direction, and varying eyelash lengths.
Whether you are still in the beginning stages of your lash service and working on maintaining them at home or missed your last two-week eyelash extension touch-up due to salon closures and are well past the point of saving them, Ahead, Clementina Richardson, celebrity lash expert and founder of Envious Lashes, shared tips for fixing eyelash extensions at home and nursing your natural eyelashes back to health.