All lash extensions are typically applied via a simple adhesion process with eyelash extension glue. Now, this glue can come in all sorts of formulations and each manufacturer is likely a little bit different. While typically safe, because of the hormonal changes experienced by a pregnant woman, you may find that your tolerance for some everyday products ends in irritation, even if you have not experienced it before. This does not need to leave you wondering “are eyelash extensions safe?” however, because more than likely this irritation will be temporary and does not indicate a safety concern, simply that your pregnant and changing body does not like something about the chemical composition of the glue. And, in all likelihood, after you welcome your new baby into the world, you might find that the same product that caused you grief during your trimesters is suitable and fine after delivery. So, if this happens to you, you can consider switching brands or simply removing eyelash extensions during your pregnancy.
Pregnancy is a beautiful and sensitive time, and adding glamour and doing things for yourself like enhancing your appearance can boost your self esteem and build confidence. Generally safe and well tolerated, if you can afford high quality eyelash extensions and manage a bit more hair during hot months, they can add style and drama to your new mom look! In fact, more and more new moms are raving about the convenience of having mink lash extensions applied instead of time-consuming daily mascara applications and removals. One monthly trip to a beauty salon (every mom needs a “me” time!) will help eliminate tired eyes and look your best effortlessly.
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