The short answer is no – while we have tested this and had great results we have only tested this using Elleebana lash extensions product range and not every lash extensions product range (i.e. glue, remover, primer) is the same. We also cannot determine the results of this as many lash extensions technicians that operate may not perform lash extensions safely (with correct isolation or not enough glue control causing overloading of the lash line). If a client comes with unsafe lash extension application applied there is a large likelihood that their natural lashes will be damaged and laminating damaged lashes might also cause unnecessary breakage. For this reason, we have to say that the treatment can only be performed after the removal of lash extensions on a case by case basis and with careful lash health assessment.
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