When removing eyelash extensions, the first stage in the process is to steam your face, which can be done in various ways.
In the absence of an actual face steamer, you may achieve the same results by simply jumping into a hot shower and hanging out for a few minutes.
Eyelash extension adhesive can be broken down with coconut oil, which is well-known for its usage in adhesive removal.
First, heat the coconut oil. Soak a cotton pad in oil after it's warm enough. Wait 10 minutes before removing the pad.
Castor oil before and after removing eyelash extensions breaks dissolve the glue's connections
Castor oil can be administered using your fingers, making the process easy. Castor oil can be used to enhance natural eyelashes after eyelash extensions fall out.
Oil-based make-up remover can also be used to remove eyelash extension adhesive. Oil loosens adhesive, allowing lashes to fall out naturally.
Since it removes face and eye makeup, you can use oil-based makeup remover on your lashes after a night out.
You can also use an oil-based heavy eye cream to break down the adhesive on your eyelash extensions if makeup remover and oils aren't your thing.
Using a heavy eye cream or moisturizer that contains sunflower oil, you can apply it to the eyelash extensions and let it do its thing.
If all else fails or the concept of applying oil so close to your eyes isn't comfortable, there are tools available that can aid you as well.
Because these tools are meant for professionals, they carry the danger of injuring you if you choose to use them at home.