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#LASH411 | GROWTH CYCLE ANIMATION
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👉🏾Anagen (Growth) Phase
The Anagen phase is also called the growth phase. This is the phase when lashes are actively growing, and lasts between 30 and 45 days. Only about 40 percent of the upper lashes and 15 percent of the lower lashes are in the Anagen phase at any one time. This is also the phase where permanent damage can happen! Don’t put heavy Classic on an anagen, instead, use a Volume diameter to apply as a Classic lash (or light 2-3D lash) and apply a single extension.
👉🏾Catagen (Transition) Phase
The Catagen phase is also known as the transition phase. During this phase, the lash stops growing and the hair follicle shrinks. If an eyelash falls out or is plucked out during this phase, it won’t grow back right away because the follicle needs to complete the Catagen phase before it can move on to the next one. This phase lasts between 2-3 weeks.
👉🏾Telogen (Resting) Phase
The Telogen phase is also referred to as the resting phase. This phase can last more than 100 days before the natural eyelash falls out and a new one begins to grow. Because each individual lash is in its own phase of the growing cycle, it’s normal for a few lashes to fall out most days. It typically takes between 4-8 weeks to fully replace an eyelash. Source: livestrong.com
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