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Is Eyelash Lamination Safe During Pregnancy? Everything You Need to Know

Is Eyelash Lamination Safe During Pregnancy? Everything You Need to Know

Is Eyelash Lamination Safe During Pregnancy?

It's perfectly understandable that during your pregnancy you also want beautifully curved, natural eyelashes. However, during this special time, extra attention is paid to health and safety. So, the big question is: Can you safely get an eyelash lift while pregnant?

Every Pregnancy is Unique

Firstly, it's important to note that there's no one-size-fits-all answer to whether you should get an eyelash lift during pregnancy. Generally, in the later stages of pregnancy, the treatment is unlikely to affect the pregnancy. However, during your first trimester, extra caution is needed. Since products like eyelash glue come into direct contact with the skin, we always recommend waiting until after your first trimester to have a lash lift. Every pregnancy is unique, and everyone reacts differently to the significant hormonal changes during this period.

Hormonal Influence on Eyelash Lifts During Pregnancy

Just like during menstruation and menopause, hormones can fluctuate significantly during pregnancy. Around the second half of pregnancy, estrogen levels rise sharply, leading to fuller and longer eyelashes due to increased growth. This also extends the eyelash cycle, meaning fewer eyelashes fall out. Initially, this might sound promising for achieving stunning results from an eyelash lift. However, the hormonal balance can still fluctuate, causing an unexpected increase in eyelash loss, which could affect the longevity of the lift results.  Hormones can also affect the effectiveness of how much the lashes lift during treatment so this needs to be considered, some lifts may not be as full as you may be used to.

Due to these hormonal changes, the outcome of an eyelash lift during pregnancy is unpredictable. The lift might have no effect, work beautifully as usual, or the results could fade within a few days or last up to 10 weeks.

In Conclusion

Eyelash lamination during pregnancy involves considering various factors, including the stage of pregnancy and individual hormonal changes. While many can safely enjoy the treatment, it's essential to prioritise health and consult with a healthcare professional. Always remember that every pregnancy is different, and what works for one person might not work for another. If in doubt, it's always best to err on the side of caution and seek professional advice.


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