Check list for eyelash extension

I recently had a very minor infection in my eyes and it irritated the day lights out of me , it made me realize how much we take the gift of sight for granted and made me immediately feel more emphatic towards anybody who was suffering from any permanent sight related deceases or even blindness.

This also got me to thinking how carelessly we expose ourselves to different procedures that opens us to be vulnerable to many hygiene and safety concerns.

As I too have been considering paying a small price in the name of beauty since of late I got to thinking how I can still go head while not having to compromise of any other aspect of my life.

Here is what I have come up with so far.

Visit the right salon

We often are naïve and think nah! That’s never going to happen to us but guess what? That is exactly what every other person thinks too. So don’t take it for granted and walk into just any salon or a technician. Take your time and ask around. Do your homework and never maybe even visit the top three that make it to the list.

One thing is for sure though, today you can never be too careful!

Make sure the brow artist is in line with your personal style

Each person has their own style and this is applicable not only to you but to whomever is doing your eyelash extension Singapore. Therefore, it is important that you speak to your tattooing artist and even take along some pictures for referencing so you can be rest assured that that will stick to what is discussed and not do a free handed job on you.

Be ready for a little pain

Yes, it hurts. Just a little maybe. Every body’s pain threshold is different so it is really not right to generalize. But on a scale of 1 to 10 I would say it’s a 3-4. If it makes you feel any better, it is said that exfoliating prior to the appointment helps with the pain.

Do not cover up the redness with makeup

If you are going ahead with the appointment, make sure it is during a time you can take a few days off or avoid making public appearances because you are bound to be stuck with a little redness in the days that follow an eyebrow extension. The responsible thing to do from your end is to be patient and only use the prescribed ointments in the affected area until the skin irritation comes to a natural end.

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