This time I am gonna share about one of the most famous DMs that I have always got. Eyelash lifting and eyelash extension. First of all, I am gonna start with a disclaimer before some of you give me backlash regarding this issue.
“I hereby declared that I am just sharing about this topic, I am not encouraging any of you to try any of these services, if you do, it is your own choice and I am out of it. Beauty at your own risk”
So first of all, I always got this question, what are the differences between these two sisters? Okay lifting is basically just lifted your natural eyelashes (it does make a difference) while extension is adding more false lashes on top of your natural lashes (it makes a whole lot of differences).
You can see the differences between my natural lashes and after I got it curled and lifted.
As a responsible blogger and influencer (#perasan), I think I have to speak the ugly truth of this topic. To be honest, I am so tempted to try these services. I am like who doesn’t? You can ditch mascara and false lashes anytime. It makes life easier.
Here’s come the issue. Is eyelash extension allowed in Islam? Some said yes, some said no. But based on my research. It’s a no. I know that some said, if your husband allows it, then it’s okay for you to do so. In my opinion, you don’t have to go that far sisters. Here’s why.
I think you can allocate the amount you used every month (you need to renew your extension every month and it costs around RM150-RM250) for eyelash extension for other things like makeup and skincare or clothes. It’s more worth it. If you ever do it, you really need to take care of the hygiene of your eyes area as more dust will be accumulated around your eyes. If you used contact lens please be extra careful. As times goes by, sometimes your eyes will get irritated by the glue of the extension. It’s really unpleasant. However, I can’t deny that some places did a really good job on eyelash extension. I have a lot of friends that did their extension and being just fine with it. You just need to find a really good place to do it.
Again, I am not encouraging you but it’s all on you. Beauty at your own risk. Here’s a question to ponder for all of us (including myself), how do you define beauty again?