Additionally, extensions differ from brow tinting or microblading because they only last up to two weeks. “Brow extensions are more suited for a special event than everyday wear,” says Clementina Richardson, celebrity lash expert and founder of Envious Lashes, which offers an eyebrow extension service.
If you have oily skin, extensions glued to the skin could last just a matter of days. However, when applied to brow hairs, rather than the skin, they have the chance to go up to four weeks before needing a refill. Longevity varies from person to person, so it’s good to keep the upkeep in mind.