You would like to have eyelash extensions but because you wear glasses, you are wondering if it’s even possible. If you wear glasses with eyelash extensions, wouldn’t your extensions constantly brush against them? Or maybe you’ve had eyelash extensions for a while now and you’ve been told you need to start wearing glasses? Please rest assured, you don’t have to give up on your lashes!
Glasses can be worn with eyelash extensions. A custom design will be created for you with shorter and curlier extensions to avoid your lashes hitting them. Remember to bring your glasses with you at your appointment so that your lash stylist can customize the perfect lash set for you.
In this article, we will cover all the questions you might have when it comes to glasses and eyelash extensions.
Eyelash Extension Lengths and Curls for Glasses
The best eyelash extensions types when wearing glasses will have shorter lengths and more pronounced curls. Lash extensions in the middle of the eyes are more likely to hit your frame. Therefore, your lash stylist will account for this when customizing a look that meets your desire.
Our advice is to bring your glasses with you the day of your lash appointment. Your lash stylist will be able to judge the distance between your face and the eyeglasses and customize a perfect look for you.
Will Glasses Hide My Eyelash Extensions?
Eyelash extensions will still be visible if you wear glasses. Because of the enhanced curls used, your eyes will look more open and pop even more.
You might be worried that the thickness and reflection of your glasses might prevent your eyelash extensions from making a statement. From our experience, your lashes look just as great and still give you that noticeable factor.
What Glasses Can I Wear With Eyelash Extensions
You can wear any type of glasses or sunglasses with your lash extensions. As long as your stylist is able to determine the appropriate distance available, you are good to go.
Does Wearing Glasses With Eyelash Extensions Cause My Lashes to Fall Out Faster
Wearing glasses will not effect your eyelash extension retention as long as there is no friction between your extensions and your glass frame. Check out our article to learn more about how long eyelash extensions last. We’ve actually analyzed how often our clients book refills and compiled that data.
Before you get your lashes done, please make sure to take a look at the different lash styles available, before and after pictures and curls. That way, you will be able to discuss with your lash stylist the style you want.
By bringing your glasses to the appointment, you will both decide on the perfect choice of style, length, curl and eyelash type. Your lashes will be beautiful and your eyes will pop more than you imagined!
Have you been wearing glasses with eyelash extensions? If so, I would love to hear your experience in the comments below!