Nowadays, eyebrow extensions are new favorites of most female. But do you really need eyebrow extensions? How do they work? And how long do eyebrow extensions last?
The eyebrow extensions can tweak your brow shape. Your natural eyebrow shape is just a starting point. Extensions can give you a higher arch, a longer tail, more or less curve—you name it. They're also great for filling in bare spots. Because of this, brow extensions are a great option for people who are age-related brow loss, or those with medical-related brow loss caused by chemotherapy, radiation and other reasons
Turns out getting perfect eyebrows is actually pretty quick and painless, with appointments rarely going beyond 3–45 minutes. Keep in mind that your finished brows won't look perfectly symmetrical. But this is a good thing, since natural brows are not perfect either and a little asymmetry will help make them more genuine.
How long do eyebrow extensions last? The answer to this question largely depends on the type of extensions you get and your daily habits. Extensions applied directly to the natural brow hairs will fall out naturally with the hair's shedding cycle, typically anywhere from 6 to 16 days. Of course, if you're the type of person who routinely rubs your eyes or touches your face, don't be surprised if they fall out quicker.
Extensions applied to the skin fall out even quicker. This is because technicians usually use a gentler and less durable glue when applying directly to the skin, so as to avoid breakouts and allergic reactions.