Tips on Taking Care of your New Lashes!

Hi Dolls!

How are you loving your new lash extensions? I can’t wait to see you all again soon for your lash fills!
I’m writing this blog to explain how to take care of your new beautiful lashes.
I have been getting my lash extensions for about 5 years now and I’ll be posting some tips that I personally do as well to keep them in tip-top shape!

How to take care of your lashes:

  • Do not get your lashes wet for 24-48 hours after application
  • Avoid excessive amounts of extreme heat such as steam rooms and saunas
  • No direct water pressure on your lashes when in the shower
  • Avoid sleeping on your face
  • If you are a swimmer, it is advised to wear goggles
  • Try not to rubbing your eyes or pulling at your lashes
  • No manual eyelash curlers
  • Avoid any oil based products; including oil based makeup, around the eye area
  • If you would like to wear mascara please only use water based mascara NOT waterproof.
  • Touch-ups every 2-3 weeks would be a healthy choice to maintain your lashes

These 10 steps are the basics of taking care of your lashes.
If you do get them wet by accident within the first 24-48 hours, what I do is blow dry them with cool air or have a fan blow them dry. Also, do not forget to use your pretty pink brush that I give you to brush them so that they do not dry sticking together!

I also suggest, if you do wear make up to purchase these products because they are oil-free and are eyelash extension safe!

Equate make-up remover wipes – you can buy them at Walmart its around $6.00 for 2 packs of 60!

Cerave products – I literally live by this brand! From face wash to face lotions.

You can read my previous blog about my Daily Facial Products where I posted links and the daily brands I use for my face!

Hope this blog post helps you dolls!
Thanks for stopping by and can’t wait to see you all soon!


  • Tatiana Wilson

    Thank you for pointing out that I need to consider using water-based mascara and not a waterproof one if the person has eyelash extensions in order to protect it. I will keep this in mind since I am used to wearing waterproof mascara. I might forget about the idea that I will be wearing eyelash extensions in the near future and continue using the one in my purse. Thank you for the advice.

    • senlashes

      You’re very welcome, I personally recommend not wearing any mascara when having extensions on but I will also be updating this blog soon!

  • Gina M Ortiz

    I already have long lashes but what I’m looking for is for them to have a fuller and little longer look. How much is the first initial extension of lashes. how long is normally and do you have a budget friendly deal for those of us who still like to look nice but are struggling financially. Thank you and looking forward to hearing from you very soon

    Gina M Ortiz

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