We Create Amazing Lash Extensions
What are Lash Extensions?
Just as the name describes, this treatment adds more lash to your existing ones so they’re longer, fuller and look the way you want them to all day long. This service can also offer help for those who have make-up allergies or problems with either their eyesight so they can still have long, beautiful lashes. Don’t have a steady hands? Eyelash extensions are the way to go!
How it Works
During a consultation with a professional eyelash artist, a perfect style will be determined to match each client’s make-up & lifestyle. A bonding glue is carefully applied to a high-quality synthetic-mink lash strand that is then carefully bonded one by one to each individual lash and then separated, curled and made to fit. Lash extensions can be applied to either or both your upper and lower lashes.
Choose Your Style
Lash extensions are natural and a far cry from the plastic strip lashes applied with glue at home. This treatment is seamless, looks completely natural and with proper care can last for weeks before a fill is needed.
- Natural Lashes – Individual, added one-by-one for natural looking and longer lashes.
- Glamour Full Lashes – Fanned out 3D-8D very full set of lashes that are bold and add drama to any look.
- “Cat Eye” Style Lashes – Longer and fuller lash on the outer corners give eyes a “cat-eye” effect.
- “Doll” Style Lashes – This technique uses staggered lengths alternating longer lashes.
- Eye-Opening Lashes – To really open up the eyes and draw attention to their beauty. Focus is placed on the longest strands in the middle of the eye.
Wash your lashes – Its recommended to wash your lashes daily using an oil free lash shampoo and foam pump. Use a soft clean cleansing brush to gently wash your lashes.
Groom your lashes daily –
You can brush your lashes with a disposable mascara wand or use the low, cool setting on your blow dryer to fan them back into place. Do not groom or touch your lashes excessively.
Schedule Regular Fills –
Typically every 2-3 as necessary.
Getting your lashes wet
During your application a nanomister or used nebulizer was used. You do not need to worry about getting your lashes wet.
DO NOT get your lashes wet for 24—48 hours after service. ( water, steam, sweat, tears)
When In Doubt. Contact your eyelash technician.
Use products on/near lashes that contain oil. This includes cosmetics, make up removers, cleansers or moisturizers. Look for products that are water based, but not waterproof. It is not recommended to use mascara.
Curl your lashes with a manual eyelash curler.This can break your lashes. Your lashes should not need to be curled, but if you would like to, a heated eyelash curler is permitted. Exposure to extreme heat will crimp, singe or loosen the curl of the lashes.
Pull on your new lashes. This can cause your natural lashes to fall out prematurely and cause both breakage and permanent damage to the hair follicle. Please remember, the less you touch your lashes, the longer they will last between fills.
Worry When you lose an extension – Each extension will fall out with its natural lash during its normal growth cycle. Anywhere between 2 -4 Lashes a day is considered normal.