Eyelashes are hair and have a cycle.
The hair grows to its maximum length and then falls out.
When the natural lash falls out, it takes the extension with it. This is an ideal scenario if only 1 extension is attached.
If many natural lashes have been glued to 1 extension, then that is not a good scenario.
Every cycle is different. Every person’s growth is different. Sometimes the lashes shed on 1 eye first before the other eye.
It is impossible to say that lashes fall out in a particular season or all at the same time,
On average, you could say that lashes have a 90 day cycle, It is hair and they are not in sync so they don’t all jump ship at the same time.
- The first stage of the lashes life cycle is the Anagen phase. Studies say this cycle lashes for around 30-45 days and the lashes experience their fastest growth in this time.
- The 2nd phase is the Catagen phase, the lash has reached its full potential and will cease growing
- The last phase is the Telogen phase and will effectively rest until it’s ready to fall out and be replaced by a new hair in the Anagen phase.
It can be difficult to assess how long a person’s lashes will stay on for. Each individual client will differ from the other, some clients will last longer between infills and some clients will seem to be back more often.
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