There’s almost nothing that beats individual lash extensions in terms of drama, but you can also use them for a more natural look that lets you go makeup-free without people constantly saying you look tired.
Generally, lashes are available in different colors, lengths and materials (usually silk or mink) as well as styles. A natural look will use similar lash length around your whole eye, while a ‘dramatic’ style might put longer lashes in the middle. If you want a sexy siren look, ask for longer eyelashes on the outer edge for a cat eye you don’t need to cuss out your eyeliner for. I, as an oily-skinned lady – love having eyelash extensions because it means I can skip mascara and eyeliner, making me look fresh faced for longer each day. 

What are the cons to this miracle procedure?
Time: A full set can take 45 minutes to and hour and a half to apply
Upkeep: While eyelash extensions can last for up to 6 weeks, you need to treat them right. That means no getting them wet for the first 24 hours, frequent combing and minimizing contact with oil-based anything (that means no makeup remover and absolutely no mascara)
Damage: If your technician is skilled, you shouldn’t see damage to your lashes, however if they accidentally get too many ‘baby lashes’ glued to the extension when applying, your eyelids may look a little bald and mangled once all the false ones fall out.