Lash lift side effects
Since lash lifts are a relatively new procedure, little information is available about the potential for side effects. However, Skin irritation is perhaps the greatest risk of the procedure. While protective pads are placed along your lash line to prevent chemicals from getting on your skin, this method isn’t guaranteed.
You are more prone to irritation due to the chemicals contained in the solution if you have a history of dry eye, allergies, and eye or skin sensitivities.
Side effects from the solution include:
more brittle lash hair
If the solution lands in your eye, the likely outcome is considerable irritation or even a burn or ulcer.
Damaged hair is a possibility with any chemicals or tension to your hair. This can lead to temporary hair loss.
Tech will often apply a glue to the eyelid to position a silicone roller, which they use to shape your lashes.
Chemicals break up the bonds in strands of hair, making it possible to reshape the hair.
The application of another solution “sets” the new shape and stops the initial process of reforming the bonds in your hair.
Lash lifts are sometimes combined with tinting, which often means more chemicals applied to your eye area.