Traditional mechanical curlers are too harsh for your extensions. They are metallic tools infused with rubber or silicone pads. Using the improper tool on your extensions can lead to damage and even infection. If your curler is heated, you run the risk of interfering with the adhesive glue.
Is it OK to curl fake eyelashes?
"Don't ever curl your false eyelashes, it creates a very unnatural-looking bend," says Roncal.
Does curling your lashes mess them up?
Used incorrectly, eyelash curlers can absolutely crimp or damage your lashes-even rip them out. That said, if you use them properly, they're safe enough for daily use to optimize your lash length.
What if I cry with my lash extensions?
The short answer to this is yes, you can cry with your eyelash extensions on because they're waterproof. It's important to remember that waterproof does not mean tear-proof, so you should treat the extensions just like your natural lashes and don't pull the eyes too hard or rub them.
Will my lashes be ruined after extensions?
Lash extensions in and of themselves won't ruin your natural lashes. Those short, stubby lashes that you see pictures of that people say were caused by their lash extensions? Those are actually caused by inexperienced lash technicians who made mistakes during the application process.
Why did my lash extensions lose curl?
Excess heat can cause the synthetic fiber in your lashes to lose its shape. Indirect heat can also pose a risk to your extensions. When blow-drying your hair, keep the heat away from your lash extensions. Hot baths or saunas can cause adverse effects as well.