Choosing eyelash extensions

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How to choose a correct eyelash extension place in Vancouver
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How to select a good place for eyelash extension?
How can I make sure my eyelash extension is done professionally?

When you search for your eyelash extension on Google, there are so many spas and salons provide this service and the price ranges from $40 to $200.

How do I know I get a good eyelash extensions and get my money worth?

Different prices are catered to different types of consumers. One thing you have to keep in mind is you got what you paid for, especially for the eyelash extensions service. Depends on the locations or cities, a reasonable price for eyelash extension is average $1 - $1.50 per lash.

Here are some questions you can ask before you make your eyelash extension appointment:
Are you using individual lashes or bundles of lashes?
How many lashes will I get for the amount I paid for?
Do you have different curl, length and thickness?
Are colour lashes available?
How many times can you get the refill done after the initial extensions?

A good eyelash extension is applying one synthetic lash to one natural lash. Even the spa claim they apply one synthetic lash at a time but how many natural lashes it attached to? If one synthetic lash is glued to more than one natural lashes, your natural lashes will be pulled and tug from different direction when you blink and it may even pull your natural lashes out.

There are some spa/salons which claim they apply extensions to all your lashes. But in fact they only apply approximately 50-60 lashes to each eye. For all the untreated lashes they usually glue them together to make the lashes look thicker however the final outcome is a lumpy and unnatural look.

Do you know synthetic lashes come with 2 curls (J curl and C curl), 5 thicknesses (0.07mm, 0.10mm, 0.15mm, 0.20mm and 0.25mm), 10 lengths (0.7m 1.6m) and 11 colours (black, dark brown, brown, blonde, yellow, orange, red, burgundy, violet, green and blue)? Most of the spas/salons only use C curl and 0.20mm lashes because they can achieve the dramatic look faster and easier. 0.20mm synthetic lash should be used for emphasize the result only, and should not be used for a full set due to the heavier weight. These lashes can only stay on your natural lashes by applying excessive amount of glue and attaching on 2-3 natural lashes to support the weight. This method makes it impossible to apply colour lashes since they will be cover by a thick black layer of glue.

If you can only do refill/ touch up once and you have to get a full new set, it is because there are just too much glue on your lashes and they cant see your natural lashes anymore. You got lure in by a low price, but you pay more in the long run and you might not have much natural lashes left if you keep on going to the wrong place.

Sometime it may take a few try to fine the right place for you lashes.

If you experience these:
- It hurts when you blink your eyes
- your eyes sting when you wash your face
- you cant see your lashes instead all you can see is clumps of glue
- you can feel your eye lid pulling when you blink your eyes
- your eyes feel heavy from all the glue on your lashes and you can only refill once because of too much glue.

Do your lashes a favour, DO NOT go back anymore!!
There are better specialists in town.
Do your research and ask the right questions before your next eyelash extension appointment!

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