Eyelash Extension

Eyelash Extension

What are Eyelash Extensions?

Although it could be really stressful and tiring waking up early in the morning every single workday, to do your makeup, wear a nice dress, draw your brows and look good for the day. You cannot decide to look shabby because you are stressed. No one cares, right? Here is a solution for smooth and beautiful eyelashes. It will save you some time to rest and still wake up to nice, full, and dark lashes. We call them self-ready lashes!

Eyelash extensions before and after treatment involve attaching natural-looking eyelashes on your natural lashes to enhance your appearance, beautify and conceal a badly shaped eyelash. It is an excellent option for busy women and entrepreneurs who do not have much time to dress up and take care of their lashes every single morning. With eyelash extensions, you can achieve baby deer lashes without applying waterproof mascara.

Eyelash extensions are quite different from strip lashes because they are attached separately and individually. So they can be customized into different forms depending on the skills and expertise of the artist in charge. Do you know how powerful the eyelashes when it comes to its contribution to one’s appearance? Try adding some spice to your appearance with this eyelash extension from philashes and watch men open their checks!

Are Eyelash Extensions Dangerous?

Eyelash extensions, if handled by an expert lash stylist and experienced makeup artist like Philashes, it shouldn’t be a problem. We must understand anything that has to do with the eyes is a delicate treatment and must be handled by a professional. Ensure you ask your stylists the necessary questions before you start the treatment.

Allowing inexperienced and unprofessional lash stylists to handle your eyelash appointment can result in serious medical conditions putting your eyes at high risk. These conditions include severe irritation, redness, inflammation, itchiness and so on. Many people prefer to choose cheap stylists who are not professionally trained than experienced ones. Choose the best lash stylists and avoid putting your precious eyes at risk.

Eyelash extensions are usually hand-glued on your natural eyelashes. As simple as it sounds, it shouldn’t be done by anyone who isn’t a trained specialist or expert lash stylish. Eyelash extension pros and cons include:


  • They are comfortable.
  • They make you more attractive.
  • It saves you some time.
  • They last for a few weeks.
  • They look natural.


  • You have to be aware of them.
  • It could be expensive.
  • You may not be able to do without them.

How Much Do Eyelash Extensions Cost?

Eyelash extension is more or less like a financial commitment. You may have to draw out a budget weekly or monthly to keep up. It can be expensive, depending on your location. However, you stick to the guidelines mentioned earlier; you can reduce how much you spend on your lashes per week or monthly. Expect to spend between $100 and $500 for a full set of eyelash extensions.

If you want a refill- replacement of the fallen eyelash extensions every fortnight, expect to pay about $100 per appointment. Looking good all time is a commitment to our body, and getting your eyelash extension will contribute a lot. Budget about $1500 per year to fulfill your bodily commitment.

How Long Do Eyelash Extensions Last?

Eyelash extensions aren’t as intense as it sounds. Philashes makes it easier! With their professional team of lash stylists, they gently attach one extension to each of your single lashes, improving the appearance while still maintaining its natural appearance- Volume Lash Extensions. Eyelash extensions work hand-in-hand with the natural lashes. So it is almost impossible to achieve a full set of lashes if you are blessed with a few naturals.
Eyelash extensions can last for about six or seven weeks. It can last more or less! It is dependent on how long you can keep it fresh and attached. Here are few ways that can make eyelash extensions last longer:
• Lay on your back.
• Avoid rubbing your eyes.
• Avoid thick eye cream.
• Use eyelash sealer.
• Avoid waterproof mascara.
• Avoid hard face wash.


If you can practice these few items mentioned above, you can keep your eyelash extensions for as long as possible. Once they started falling out, you will know that it is time to get a new one fixed. You can also alert your lash stylist to replace the ones that fell out.
Philashes are experienced lash specialists with the necessary equipment, experience and expertise, including new generation techniques such as Philashes lifting. Get an appointment and improve your appearance.

What’s the Application Process Like?

We cannot say it is easy to apply, and we cannot say it is difficult. It takes a professional lash stylist to properly attach eyelash extensions. I will advise that you ascertain the level of experience of your eyelash stylist before getting an appointment. Here is how the application process looks like:

The first step is to apply eye patches to protect the eyes. Don’t apply it too close to the eye­­­- about 4mm below the eyelid. Then the eyelash extensions are individually selected. Either the mink, sable or fox is selected individually in preparation for attachment.

Next, the individual lashes selected to be attached to your natural eyelashes are picked up and placed on a vinyl pad for easy accessibility. The lashes are then dipped into the glue for easy attachment to each lash—the glue as an adhesive. The tapered end of the extension is properly glued for a long-lasting effect.

Each of the natural lashes is separated with curved tweezers. The tapered end of the extension is then attached to the natural lashes. Enough glue spread on the lash to ensure its smoothness. After ensuring the lash is well-coated with enough glue, the extension is set about 1mm apart from the eyelid and separated from each other. The glued is dried for about five minutes and lubricated with distilled water.

Types of Eyelash Extensions

Lash extensions are the new generation solutions if you are looking to save some time when dressing up for work every morning. However, before you jump into getting an appointment with a lash stylist, learn about the types of eyelash extensions we have.

Eyelash extensions are divided into two forms: man-made materials or animal fur. The man-made eyelash extensions include Faux-Minx, Faux-Fox, Silk, Synthetic and Russian lash extensions, while the animal fur lash extensions include Mink, sable and fox lash extensions.

The mink lashes have origins from the Siberian and Chinese minks. If you are looking to portray a natural look, the mink lash extension is one of the best to try out. It is one of the closest you can get that resembles your own natural eyelashes. However, they can be expensive.

The sable lash extensions are more smooth, fine and fluffy than the earlier ones mentioned. If you are looking for a light eyelash extension, try out sable lash extensions. However, we will recommend you get another type if you are allergic to animal fur.

The fox lash extensions, on the other hand, are lightweight, soft, gentle, portraying a reddish look. It is usually the finest with black tips. However, it is not always available. The difference between animal furs and man-made eyelash extensions is that you need to perm the first to retain its curl while the latter doesn’t need to be permed.