EVERYBODY wants fuller, more flowing lashes – but the reality of unhygienic eyelash extensions isn’t all that pretty.
An eyelash technician shared a video of a client not keeping her lashes clean, and the results are appalling.
Tiktok user and eyelash technology Ipek shared the video and explained to its viewers exactly why you need to clean your eyelash extensions on a daily basis.
In the clip, she said, “So what exactly happens when you don’t clean your eyelash extensions?
“The build-up of makeup and oil causes the extensions to merge. Extensions will become too heavy for natural lashes.
As the spooky video clearly shows, the eyelash extensions then start to damage the natural lashes and come off.
She captioned the warning: “This is for your own safety.”
The video racked up over 100,000 views and people were horrified by the dirty eyelashes.
“Uh. Yuck!” Wrote one disgusted commentator, while another said, “Ew. Don’t people wash themselves every morning at least?”
Some have regretted Ipek having to deal with customers who do not take care of their extensions properly.
“I feel so bad that you have a ton of those dirty bad lashes coming up,” wrote one sympathetic commentator.
Others worried about the damage that could be caused by dirty extensions, one viewer writing: “So you lose both your natural lashes and your lashes. “
Ipek has a in-depth tutorial on her Tiktok, showing exactly how to clean your lashes so they don’t end up looking dirty and damaging your natural lashes.
Ipek has shown the vile reality of unclean eyelashes in previous videos, where the buildup got so bad that his client’s eyelids became crusty and inflamed.
She urged her viewers, “It’s disgusting! Please clean your eyelashes!
Meanwhile, a beautician apparently CUT a woman’s eyelashes after her card payment failed – then dubbed her “worst customer ever.”
In addition, the beautician marks the worst eyelash extensions for women she has ever seen, because it takes an HOUR to remove them.
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