Wash the cleanser off of your face while avoiding your eyelashes. Tip: Washing your face in the shower can also dry out your skin since you use a hotter temperature in the shower than you would for washing your face. Dab above and below your lashes to dry them off.
How do you keep your eyelashes dry?
Gently pat dry the skin around your eyelashes with a lint-free towel or microfiber towel (we recommend The Original MakeUp Eraser) and then just let your lashes air dry. Last but not least, brush through your lashes with a clean mascara wand to separate and fluff once they have dried.
How do you keep your eyelashes from getting wet?
When you do get your lashes wet, don’t dry them off or rub them with a towel. Instead dab above and below your lashes. If you’re going to the beach or pool, be careful when you apply sunscreen. Avoid putting sunscreen on your eyelids.
How do you dry your eyelashes after washing them?
Apply a tiny amount of lash shampoo on each of the lashes. Use a cleansing brush to apply this shampoo. Gently rinse it off with water. Pat the lashes dry with a towel (lint-free).
How do you brush your eyelashes after shower?
A technique that your lash artist will recommend is that you must dab the area above and below your eyes. Like you blow-dry and comb your hair, gently brush your lashes upwards with a lash wand to keep them fluffy and well-maintained.
Can you shower with false eyelashes on?
You should try to avoid getting your new lashes wet within the first 48 hours. The water will react with the eyelash extension glue and cause a flash cure. … Basically, water will cause the lash bond to become brittle and break. After the 48 hour period, you’re safe to shower again.