Your Crash-Course In Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions: whether you've got 'em, heard of 'em, or even considered 'em, we're sure a few questions have entered your mind (about 'em). What exactly are they made of? How long do they last? Is it okay to use eye makeup remover when I have them? Well, we owe a big thank you to The Gloss for giving us a crash-course in all things lashes.
For one, falsies can be made from a bunch of different materials, but they're typically forged from polyester, silk, or even mink. The length of time they last depends entirely on how they are adhered — and how well you take care of them. Some will last for just over a week, while others can stick on there for more than a month. If you plan to make this a regular addition to your beauty regimen, you'll want to go in every six to eight weeks.
Still got some burning questions? You're totally covered. Head on over to The Gloss for 11 more facts about lash extensions. Batting practice is up to you. (The Gloss)

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