Burning eyelash extensions suggest that the customer is slightly sensitive to uncured adhesive vapors that may come off the joints when they get wet and this causes itching. Chemical burn: It's usually not as scary as it seems. Chemical burns can occur if glue vapors seep into the eyes. This can happen if the customer is talking, which could change the position of the gel pad and allow fumes to leak out.
In addition, if the gel pad is applied in a way that drags the lower lash line downward, the eyes will remain slightly open. Chemical burns cause pain and redness in the eyes that may look and feel a bit like conjunctivitis. Another cause of a chemical burn is when eyelash glue enters the eye during an eyelash session. You may feel pain, irritation, stinging, or a tearing sensation in your eyes if it happens to you.
It's common in clients with incredibly round eye shapes that are naturally difficult to close. We looked at the side effects of eyelash lifts or eyelash perms, which are more likely to affect the skin and eyelashes. At first, the patient and her mother were concerned about an allergic reaction to the glue and wondered if they should remove their eyelashes. Swelling can occur when there is an infection or an allergic reaction to the adhesive used for eyelash extensions.
The main differentials in this case include chemical burns, contact dermatitis, an allergic reaction to cyanoacrylate glue, and thermal burn injury. The patch test includes attaching 3 to 4 eyelash extensions to each eye and waiting a period of 48 hours to see if there are any adverse reactions. When cluster lashes are applied to the top of the lash line (without isolating individual natural lashes), they end up pulling on the lashes to which they are attached, causing them to fall out prematurely. You can also request an allergy test with a patch if you're hypersensitive and the eyelash technician hasn't done so yet.
However, if your red eyes appear swollen or painful or don't go away within a day or two, it's essential that you see an eye doctor as soon as possible and remove your eyelash extensions. If you notice any signs of swelling or pain around your eyes after putting on your eyelash extensions, ask your eyelash stylist to remove them and contact a doctor right away. Even if your eyelash technician doesn't use cluster lashes, there is a chance that they will stick together the fans without properly isolating the natural lashes. During the hay fever season, pollen and allergens are deposited on the eyelashes, aggravating any existing condition.
If you're not sensitive to any of the ingredients used, your eyelash extensions will feel comfortable. Eyelash allergies are cumulative (they build up over time), so one day your client will be fine and then, on her seventh visit, she'll react. If you're my client, I'll clean my eyes with a saline solution instead of eyelash primer before applying eyelash extensions to combat irritations from hypersensitive clients. Eyelash extensions are individual eyelashes that a professional cosmetologist or beautician places over the eyelashes one at a time.
All reactions must be diagnosed by a family doctor, because if your client is allergic to the adhesive for eyelash extensions, they will not be able to have eyelash extensions again.