Eyelash extensions are a way to enhance the length and volume of your natural eyelashes. Synthetic strands are applied individually to each eyelash for a dramatic, yet natural look. When done right, there would be no way to tell that you are wearing extensions!
The extensions on your natural lashes will fall out after around 6 weeks if properly cared for. It is recommended to get a Lash Fill every 2-3 weeks to maintain fullness.
When you come in for your appointment, you’ll be sat down in a recliner and have your eye area cleaned and primed for application. An anti-aging eye pad is placed below your eyes, and our technician will use tweezers to apply the extensions one by one with our bonding adhesive.
Lash extension application can take anywhere from 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours. This is dependent upon the set you choose and how many natural lashes you have. Lash Fills can take anywhere from 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes, and suggested every 2-3 weeks.
Our Lash Fill services are recommended every 2-3 weeks. A full set is recommended for those with under 40% of remaining lashes.
Please arrive having eye area clean and free of any and all eye makeup. Also, if wearing contacts, please remove them. It is suggested that you wear glasses and/or bring your contact case with you.
You can find out by booking a Patch Test with us! When you come in, we’ll consult with you and apply product to a small area to test your sensitivity.
Only water-based mascara and remover can be applied to eyelash extensions. Oil based and waterproof mascaras and remover will dissolve the glue and cause lashes to fall out.
Yes, our eyelash extensions are waterproof and should not come off during general exercise. It is not recommended to wet your eye area or be around steam for at least 24 hours after application.
Since our lash extensions are pre-curled, we do not recommend using eyelash curlers on your extensions. Any additional curl can be inquired about during your appointment.
You will want to avoid strong heat such as from ovens or barbecue grills. You are still able to swim! Just remember to pat dry instead of rubbing your eye area.
Eyelash extensions are not recommended for those who:
- Have eyelid or eye conditions such as blepharitis and ocular rosacea
- Has regular eyelash contact with chlorinated water
- Has had a prior allergic reaction to the main ingredient in lash adhesive