This means that people who get lash extensions should avoid tanning salons, which is something that they should do anyway. Tanning is no longer really in style, and it has been demonstrated to be one of the most dangerous things that a person can do for his or her skin.
There is also the fact that water can damage the lash extensions or cause them to become loose. For the first two days and definitely for the first day, people need to avoid getting them wet. This means that they should not go into a spa or a steam room. They should also avoid pools, hot tubs, and extreme face washing. Some people might want to avoid showering for a day or so unless it is necessary.
After the first few days, people can get their eyelashes wet without worry. Using shampoo on them and rinsing them is a good idea. High water pressure is more likely to damage the adhesive than the moisture and water itself.
Keeping high water pressure away from the lash extensions is a good idea throughout having them. Knowing how to shower with them on is mostly a matter of keeping the high water pressure off of the eyelashes.