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Frequently Asked Questions

Eyelash Extensions

What are eyelash extensions?

Eyelash extensions are individual faux mink lashes. They are attached to your eyelashes individually, not to your skin. This service is a very meticulous and intense one that requires skill, precision, and practice. You do NOT need to use mascara or an eyelash curler while wearing eyelash extensions. There are many different lengths and curls available to ensure that every client gets a customized look.

Will extensions damage my natural lashes?

If your lash artist is not properly educated and trained, extensions could cause damage to your natural lashes.  When done properly, extensions don't cause damage or premature fallout to your natural lashes. They will only shed out according to the normal growth cycle of the natural lashes. 

How long do they last?

It varies for everyone. One lash extension will stay on the natural lash for the length of that natural lash's lifecycle.  A typical full lash cycle is somewhere between 21-90 days.  We naturally grow new lashes to replace the ones that cycle out.

Clients should be coming in every 2- 3.5 weeks for Fills or Extended Fills to maintain the fullness of their lash extensions. If you have a Full Set put on, and don't intend to maintain them, you could wear them off completely in about 5-6 weeks.

How should I prepare for my lash extension appointment?

  • Remove ALL eye makeup beforehand and come with clean lashes so that none of your appointment time is wasted.

  • Avoid any oil-based products on or near your eyes.

  • Avoid caffeine beforehand so that you are able to relax and be still.

  • Set aside the allotted appointment time for your full set or fill and be prepared to lie down with your eyes closed for that long.

  • Use the restroom.

  • Turn your phone on silent to ensure a relaxing time for yourself.

  • Don't chew gum or have anything in your mouth during your appointment.

  • Leave your kids and pets at home.

How do I take care of my lash extensions?

  • Do not rub, pick, or pull at extensions. The less your hands are on your          extensions, the longer they last.

  • Do not use oil-based products on your eyes.

  • Avoid thick, gel eye liners or cream eyeshadows.

  • Do not use any mascara or an eyelash curler on your extensions.

  • Clean your lashes daily!

  • Brush your lashes after you wake up and/or after showers. Don't brush excessively.

What is the difference between Classic and Volume lash extensions?

Classic lashing is the art of applying one, single extension to one, isolated natural lash. Volume lashing is the art of safely applying anywhere from 2-10 super fine, lightweight eyelash extensions to one, isolated natural lash.

The classic lash technique is the more standard of the two. It's great for clients who have many natural lashes and are looking to add length, curl, and darkness to what they already have.

The volume technique more popular in the lash world. It's great for clients who have fewer natural lashes, bald spots on their lash line, or who just want a fuller look. Volume lashes will give you a fuller, fluffier look than the classic lashes and typically last longer.

Lash Lifts

What is a
Lash Lift?

A Lash Lift is essentially a perm for your eyelashes!

This service involves curling up all of your lashes, and tinting them darker as well if you'd like.

How long does a lash lift last?

The average time a Lash Lift lasts is 6 weeeks!

Who is a Lash Lift for?

Anyone who has natural eyelashes (the more the merrier) and wants to shorten their beauty routine everyday! Lash Lifts are a fabulous alternative to lash extensions for those who love a little less maintenance. 

Are there any contradictions?

-Recent eye surgery

-Eye infections, styes, etc.

-lash extensions currently on

(We can remove your lash extensions and suggest waiting about 7 days before getting a Lift.

How do I prepare for a Lash Lift appointment?

-For BEST results, use a lash growth serum consistently for at least a month before your appointment! Stop using it a couple days before you come in, and continue using it a couple days after!

-Do not use an eyelash curler or wear waterproof mascara for a few days prior.

-Make sure eyelids and lashes are thoroughly cleansed before coming in for your appointment.

How do I take care of my Lash Lift?

-Do not get your lashes wet, or near steam or heat for 48 hours.

-Do not sleep on your lashes for the first 2 nights.

-Avoid heavy, oil-based products on your eyes

-Avoid waterproof mascara.

-Brush them up often!

Brow Lamination

What is a
Brow Laminationt?

A Brow Lamination is a "brow perm" that will realign the directional hair growth of your brows, giving you the fluff and shape you've always desired.

You can comb the brow hairs upward or in any direction you'd like, covering sparse areas and giving you a fuller look. They are extremely moldable!

How long does a Brow Lamination

The average time a Brow Laminations will last is 6 weeks!

Who is a Brow Lamination for?

Anyone looking to improve the overall look of their brows!

Those with sparse brows, those not ready to commit to microblading, those with unruly brows, or those with stubborn natural brow hair growth patterns!

Are there any contradictions?

There are a few contradictions-

-Pregnancy/ breast feeding (ask your doctor first)

-Psoriasis, Eczema, or Alopecia around the brow area.

-Pink eye

-Recent permanent makeup (must be 6 weeks healed)

-Sunburnt skin, scar tissue or open wounds around the brow area.

How do I prepare for a Brow Lamination

-Do not pluck, shave, wax or trim your brows for at least 2 weeks prior to your appointment.

-Stop using any growth serums on your brows for at least a few days prior

-Stop using any retinol products around the brow area for at least a few days prior

-Remove any makeup on or around your brows before coming into your appointment.

How do I take care of my Brow Lamination?

Keep your brows free from water, steam, heat, and oily products for the first 48 hours.

Brush them often! And after the 48 hours, preferably with a wet lash wand and in an upward direction.

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