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@@Brandie Mine lasted over a month. It really depends on the type of lashes you get. The lady that I go to is really thorough and she also made mine extra full. I still have some left and I got them on December 8th (so technically almost two months).

 

I asked for her to make them extra full in case any of them fell out in the first few days of being there. I really didn't have any issues with that though, even with the swimming & tanning.

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@@Brandie We have used lash extensions on most of our brides when making them up for their wedding day. There are many different types of lashes you could get --clusters, individuals, flares and strips-- and some are more subtle and sparse like 'butterfly' lashes in outer corner of eyelid and some are more thick and dramatic. You can trim them of course as well.  We highly recommend using lash extensions on your wedding day as it helps your eyes 'pop' more in photos. One thing you can do, if you're not used to lash extensions and have never used them before is you can try them out during the "trial" and decide if you like them or not before your big day. They can be safely removed if they don't suit you. But if they do, regarding how long they last, that depends on the type of lash extension you get and how careful you are with them (i.e. not rubbing your eyes, using oil-based products or washing your face too often...all which causes the adhesive to wear off more quickly) Typically a set should last 6 to 8 weeks. Hope this helps! Happy wedding planning! 

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