Where did my lashes disappear? Life of the lash

If you see that your lashes are falling out, don't panic! Your eyelashes, as well as any hair on your body, pass through a natural growth cycle.

Each lash is programmed to grow to certain length, to fall out and to grow again – the whole cycle has 3 phases.

Natural Lash Growth Cycle

Anagen (Active Growth Phase)
Lash is actively growing for 30-45 days. Length of each lash depends on the length of this phase. Its duration is individual. You can influence length of lashes by using the Lash Boosting Serum.

Catagen (Transition Phase)
The lash growth stops and the hair follicle shrinks. If the lash falls out during this phase or it is pulled out using force, it will not start to grow immediately, because follicle will start to produce a new lash only after termination of this phase. Catagen lasts between 2 and 3 weeks.

Telogen (Resting Phase)
This is the phase of rest. It may last about 100 days. In this phase lashes typically fall out. Since each lash is in different phase of the growth cycle, you don't have to be afraid to lose all your lashes. New lash growing from follicle pushes out the old lash, causing its loss.

Durability of eyelash extensions is only 4-6 weeks thanks to the natural growth cycle. Therefore it is important to get regular refills.