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Additional recommended knowledge
Before having eyelash extensions applied, make sure your eyelash extension professional is properly trained and certified. Attempts to apply professional eyelash personally is highly discouraged, and may result in harm and/or serious eye injury.
The procedure to attach the extensions is painless, and can take an average of two hours for a full set of extensions of roughly 30-80 lashes per eye. A beautician carefully applies the "lash" with tweezers and a bonding agent. If applied with a proper medical-grade adhesive, eyelash extensions are designed to bond to one's natural eyelash.[Cite] Since eyelash extensions shed just like natural lashes, wearers are advised to have them re-applied every 2-4 weeks. The average cycle of a single natural eyelash is 90 days.[Cite]
Laws and regulations
The United States Food and Drug Administration has yet to rule on eyelash extensions, leaving regulation to each state . States such as California, Oregon, Texas and Washington have yet to rule on the procedure. Colorado forbids eyelash tinting but does not address eyelash extensions.
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