Eyelash extensions, false eyelashes or grow your own lashes naturally!
Well girls, what is it to be? So many options on the market, and yes, they all come at a price, not just the upfront costs but the ongoing maintenance of those lovely lash treatments! Precious lashes are of course every woman’s dream, but not all of us are endowed with amazing lashes. To get the look, how do we choose? Let’s take a look at our options:
Adventurous and having a firm and artistic hand? You can try your luck with eyelash glue and stick to an amazing variety of false eyelashes. They come in many colors, lengths, and thicknesses, with options to dazzle your friends with extra shine or even shine on dark lashes! False lashes are sold as Individual or Strip and come in shades from blondes to black or wild colors like greens and purples. The difference between individual tabs and strips is in the app. Individual lashes in two styles: regular or cluster, are applied to the base of the lashes to create a fuller look. The individual lashes will generally remain in place until the natural lashes come off. Strip lashes, on the other hand, are applied to the eyelid through the top of the natural lash line and can be removed and reused. Its price is as cheap as ten dollars made of synthetic or silk, or up to forty dollars for a pair. If budget is no problem, you can lash out at a pair of fox fur lashes for around $ 1000, thank goodness they’re reusable! If you’re putting on makeup, then of course go crazy! To achieve a ‘natural’ look, the general rule of thumb is to stick to the shades that best suit your natural color. If it’s at night, wear your beautiful lashes, then go black.
Eyelash extensions are expensive; However take a more permanent look. Going to the salon for some is a more reassuring way to achieve the right look. sensitive eyelash extension glue homeuse are simple strands of synthetic eyelashes, curved to replicate a natural eyelash. They are applied to individual lashes, one tab at a time, by a qualified technician. They are not cheap, but prices can vary. What you should consider when comparing prices is the quality of the lashes being used, the qualifications of the technician and the current cost of refilling your lash extensions. Different salons will have different pricing structures. Your initial treatment will be a ‘complete set’, which has between 50 and 70 eyelashes per eye and can take from 90 minutes to complete the treatment, with a cost of $ 150 to $ 200. The touch-ups can cost between $ 3 and $ 5 per tabs (which can add up quickly!) or a fixed price for a fixed number of reload tabs, and they can take 30 minutes up. They last for about 6 weeks as long as you don’t use waterproof mascara.
Grow your own lashes naturally
Another folly in pursuit of perfect lashes is to enhance or make your own lashes grow naturally. The key to these products is to nourish and strengthen fragile eyelashes, as well as stimulate new growth. Products generally come in a mascara wand and contain a protein formula, applied once or twice a day. What to look for when buying: Make sure the ingredients are considered safe (for sensitive eyes) and effective, as well as being clinically researched and tested. Consider the amount of product you will need to use to get results and whether the use continues. This should give you an indication of what it will end up costing you before you buy. Watch out for dangerous ingredients like parabens and prostaglandins.