So with no telling how long it will be before any artists can get onto giving you those fluffy lashes again, desperate time calls for desperate measures!
I have been asked by many, ” HELP! How do i get these off?!”
Numero Uno: Pleaaaase do not just pull them off!
There are several things you can do:
- You can simply wait for your false lashes to fall off by themselves gradually. You will look a little funny for a bit, yes, but, no problem where are you going anway right (Ha!).
- There are some natural ways you can try at home. If you google “How to take lashes off at home” you will find videos and blogs on using coconut oil, castor oil, ALL oils! If you do give it a go, it is best to wait until your extensions are atleast a couple of weeks, but i have to stress that I dont recommend this option! Most DIYs like this just dont work out well!
- Last but not least there is Nouveau Lash Extension Remover! This product is not as strong as in-salon remover, but it is a safe and kind-to-skin solution to try if you are getting desperate!
Please do try to wait until your extensions are atleast 3 weeks old before you try and and soak off at home. The glue will be older and hopefully easier to soak off.
Brush the applicator from root to tip.
Leave it on between 5 or 10 minutes brush off with a soft cloth or make up pad then brush some more on and leave this on again for 10 or 15 minutes. Repeat until all your lashes are off.
Please be gentle with your lashes!
After removal, give your lashes a good wash with our lash cleanser and perhaps give Nouveau’s Triple Enhance Lash Growth Serum to give those lashes some TLC while you wait for BQ to open!