Eyelash extensions are any number of enhancements designed to add length, thickness and fullness to natural eyelashes. They may be compared to hair extensions for one’s eyelashes. They can be separated into two types: temporary and semi-permanent. There is also a medical way of enhancing eyelashes.
Permanent lashes, also known as eyelash extensions, are lashes applied with a stronger adhesive. A single lash is applied to each natural lash. The bond is designed to last until the lashes naturally fall out, though the extensions may fall out faster if one uses oil-based eye makeup remover or rubs eyes regularly. Just imagine, No More Mascara Needed!!!!!
Temporary false lashes are any lashes designed to be worn for a short period. They can be made with human hair, or with synthetic materials. The highest quality synthetic material is made with Keraspecific Fibre. This is made to feel and behave like real human hair. Although they are considered temporary, they can be worn when showering, sleeping or swimming.
For both types, eyelashes come in various lengths, colors and thicknesses, from natural-looking to extreme glam.
It usually takes an hour to two hours to attach a full new set. An average person might have anywhere from thirty to eighty lashes per eye. The variance in the number of lashes accounts for the difference in how long it takes to apply them.