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  1. Consult with your doctor: Before considering getting lash extensions, it is important to consult with your doctor to ensure that it is safe for you and your baby. Some doctors may advise against getting lash extensions during pregnancy, especially if you have any medical conditions or if you are in your first trimester. Leave the expert to advise as experts in their area of practice.

  2. Choose a reputable and experienced lash technician: If you do decide to get lash extensions, make sure to choose a reputable and experienced lash technician who is knowledgeable about working with pregnant clients. They should be trained in pregnancy safety protocols, such as avoiding harsh chemicals and using proper sanitation techniques.

  3. Avoid using certain types of adhesives: Some lash adhesives may contain chemicals that can be harmful to pregnant women and their developing babies. It is recommended to avoid using adhesives that contain formaldehyde or other questionable ingredients, which can cause skin irritation or allergic reactions.

  4. Be prepared for shorter appointments: As pregnancy can cause increased sensitivity and discomfort, you may find that you are unable to tolerate the longer lash extension appointments. It is recommended to opt for shorter appointments or to take breaks as needed.

  5. Practice good aftercare: Proper aftercare is important to maintain the health of your natural lashes and prevent any potential infections. Avoid using oil-based makeup or skincare products near your lash extensions, and be gentle when cleaning them. Additionally, it is recommended to avoid getting your lash extensions wet for the first 24-48 hours after application to allow the adhesive to fully cure.

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