How many times are false eyelashes reusable?
You have found a pair of false eyelashes that complement your facial features and makeup, but the question is: how many times are you reuse false eyelashes and how safe is it? In plumage blog, we will introduce the recommended lifespan of different types of eyelashes and how to care for them so that you can make the most of them.
What are false eyelashes made of?
There are three sources of eyelashes: synthetic materials, human hair and animal fur. Most eyelashes are synthetic and made of soft plastic-like material. Synthetic eyelashes are more affordable than eyelashes made of human hair and animal fur, but they are also the heaviest of the three, and look more “false” due to their super shiny surface.
Pluamge eyelashes come from brushed fur harvested from various animals, including minks and horses. On the other hand, human eyelashes are indeed derived from human hair. Unlike synthetic eyelashes, both human and animal eyelashes are ultra-fine, soft, and easy to curl-but they will deform if exposed to water.
What about the silk eyelashes?
Silk eyelashes are not actually silk, but a mixture of lightweight synthetic materials. In terms of price and appearance, think of them as a middle ground between traditional thick synthetic eyelashes and fur eyelashes.
Are false eyelashes be reused?
Yes, you can reuse the false eyelashes, but the number of times you can reuse the false eyelashes depends on how the eyelashes are made and how well you care for the false eyelashes.
How many times can false eyelashes be reused?
The number of times you can reuse false eyelashes depends on the quality of your false eyelashes and the level of cleanliness and care you take them. Ordinary synthetic eyelashes can be worn 3-5 times on average, while mink eyelashes are more durable. If you care for them properly, you can wear them up to 25 times. Thicker false eyelashes are also more durable than thinner false eyelashes and can be worn more times.
Got it. So how can I keep my lashes in tip-top condition so they last longer?
- Gently pull away, starting from the outer corner of the eye.
When removing the false eyelashes, carefully pull it off by pulling the eyelash band and starting from the outer corner of the eye. Avoid pulling on individual eyelashes, as this may pull out individual eyelashes and ruin the shape of the false eyelashes.
- Avoid using mascara or other cosmetics on false eyelashes
Avoid using mascara or applying any other cosmetics directly on the false eyelashes or belt, as this will make the eyelashes more difficult to clean.
- Properly clean false eyelashes
Clean your false eyelashes regularly to keep your eyes away from bacteria and maintain the condition of your eyelashes. Read this article to get the right guide on how to clean false eyelashes.
- Dry and store safely
Place your eyelashes in a clean place to dry, and store them in the eyelash case after they have dried. Putting them back in the eyelash box can help them keep their curves and make them easier to apply.
What is the best reusable false eyelashes?
If you want to minimize the wear of false eyelashes, choose plumage mink eyelashes and thick mink eyelashes because they tend to be more durable than synthetic and thin eyelashes. We recommend the following products to get the best reusable false eyelashes.
If you struggle applying lashes, you might want to consider a lash applicator. The tweezer-like tool grabs lash strips and helps you place them on your eyelids.