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Lash Rebalance, also known as a lash infill or touch-up, is a maintenance procedure designed to refresh and maintain the fullness of lash extensions. Over time, natural lashes will shed due to their growth cycle, causing lash extensions to fall out with them. A lash rebalance treatment helps to restore the fullness of the lash extensions by replacing those that have shed. During a Lash Rebalance procedure, the professional will first remove any lash extensions that are outgrown or loose. Then, new extensions will be added to the natural lashes that have shed their extensions, restoring the full and lush look of the original set. The process is typically faster than a full set application, as fewer lashes need to be applied. Regular lash rebalance appointments, typically every 2-4 weeks depending on the individual's lash growth cycle, are recommended to keep the lash extensions looking their best. This also provides an opportunity for the professional to assess the health of the natural lashes and ensure the continued suitability of lash extensions for the client. As with all cosmetic procedures, it's recommended to consult with a professional to understand the process, aftercare, and any potential contraindications. Those with certain eye conditions or sensitivities may not be suitable candidates for lash extensions or rebalance treatments.
Lash Rebalance is a maintenance procedure that refreshes lash extensions by replacing those that have naturally shed, maintaining a full and lush appearance.