Lush lashes are the best. But did you know to keep them looking luxe, you’ll need to get lash fills?
Not sure what a lash fill exactly entails? We’re answering all of your frequently asked lash fill and related questions.
What Is a Lash Fill?
After your lash extensions are applied (see video on the right), overtime those extensions will grow or fall out with your natural lashes.
A lash fill is the removal of grown out extensions, then new lash extensions are applied to regrowth.
Here is an example below of a client whose lash extensions have grown out. To keep her lashes looking full and lush, she’ll need a lash fill.
How Often Do I Need a Lash Fill?
Typically, you’ll need a relash every three to four weeks depending on your hair’s growth cycle.
How you care for your lashes will also influence how long your lash extensions last. The products you use including skincare and makeup can potentially affect the lash extension bond.
For helpful tips on what to avoid as well as products to use, check out Lash Care: Maintaining Your Fringe.
I’m Losing More Lashes than Usual. Is that Normal?
During the change in season, it’s normal to see an increase in the amount of hair loss on our bodies including eyelashes.
We naturally lose 3 to 5 lashes per day, per eye. But during the spring and fall this amount can increase significantly.
As a result, this mean faster lash loss, lashes are shorter and thinner, and more frequent/longer fills. Don’t panic though. It’s temporary; lashes go back to normal after 1 to 2 cycles.
However, if you find you’re losing hair all the time, be sure to follow up with your doctor to see if there’s an underlining health issue.