How to Remove Eyelash Extensions?

If you have eyelash extensions and need to remove them for whatever reason, we'll discuss how you can do it safely without damaging your natural lashes.

In this article, we'll cover 3 methods by which you can remove eyelash extensions safely.

Wait for them to fall out

I know this doesn't seem like a great recommendation, but if you're not in a rush, then waiting for the lashes to fall out naturally is the best solution.

Maybe you just don't like them and won't get any more extensions in the future, then wait for the hair growth cycle to complete and the extensions will be gone in about 2-4 weeks.

Ask your lash artist to remove them

If you really need your extensions removed right away, contact your lash artist and ask her to remove them for you.

This is a safe method because the lash artist is professionally trained to place and remove extensions without damaging your natural lashes.

You might have to schedule an appointment if the artist is already booked. Some artists might remove your extensions for free while others may charge a small fee for their time. Either way, ask a professional before trying it yourself.

Remove Eyelash Extensions Yourself

If your lash artist is going to remove your extensions, she'll be using specialized removal products for the task.

If you want to do it yourself, you can easily purchase the same removal products the artist would use. This is a much better way than using a generic water/steam/oil home treatment.

You should use the same products that the professionals use. Here at Wink Inc, we offer 2 lash extension removal options.

We have our Gel Glue Remover which is used to break the adhesive bond on the lashes. This is the strongest option. If you want something gentler, you can try our Green Tea Cream Glue Remover. This may be safer for a DIY project and it's easier to handle.

Both our removal products are only $15 and you can usually find great specials during the week. As a result, you will save some money if you want to remove your extensions yourself.