LASH EXTENSIONS LASH TINTS BROWS
BROW SHAPE WAX
LASH & BROW TINT / SHAPE WAX
TINTING MAKES THE EYES 'POP'
BRINGING DEFINITION AND COLOUR TO THE EYE AND THE LASHES
LASH & BROW TINT / SHAPE WAX
VISIBLY LENGTHENS DARKENS AND THICKENS THE APPEARNANCE OF LASHES WITHOUT SMUDGING CLOTTING OR RUBBING OFF TYPICALLY LASTS FOR 4 WEEKS DEPENDING ON SUN AND POOL EXPOSURE
BROW SHAPE WAX
LASH & BROW TINT / SHAPE WAX
LASH LIFT & TINT
A LASH LIFT HAS THE WOW FACTOR!
LASHES LIFTED TO A ROUNDED L SHAPE
DARKEN AND LIFT LASHES WITHOUT ADDING FALSE STRANDS
YOUR NATURAL LASHES ARE SHAPED UP AND TINTED OPENING UP THE WHOLE EYE AREA
LASH LIFTING HAS A WOW-FACTOR SIMILAR TO LASH EXTENSIONS BUT THE LASH LIFT LASTS
6-8 weeks AND REQUIRES ZERO MAINTENANCE YOU CAN EVEN REPLACE THE USE OF
DESIGNED TO CREATE LONGER THICKER DARKER FULLER LUSCIOUS LASHES...
SILK LASH EXTENSIONS
FULL SET 60-75mins
NATURAL SET 45-60mins
OUTER 1/2 EYE 30-60mins
NATURAL OUTER 1/2 EYE 30mins
LASH EXTENSIONS AIM TO LENGTHEN LASHES AND ACCENTUATE THE EYES...
BECAUSE YOUNGER LOOKING EYES NEVER GO OUT OF STYLE
EYELASH EXTENSIONS ARE INDIVIDUAL LASHES MADE OF SYNTHETIC FIBER
WHICH ARE BONDED ON ONE BY ONE TO EACH OF YOUR TOP LASHES
LASH EXTENSIONS FAQ
Avoid water and steam for the first 48 hours so the bonding agent can dry thoroughly
Avoid running water directly on your lashes
Avoid hot steam or sauna
Don't use mascara instead use Coating Sealant
Sleep on your back
Use oil-free cleansing products
Brush them morning and night
Can I swim, shower, exercise, or visit a spa while wearing Eyelash Extensions?
Yes. The bonding agent used is waterproof and allows you to shower, swim, exercise etc. Special care is required but overall maintenance is low. We do NOT recommend however that you use heavy water, such as in the shower on your lashes for about 12 hours after the eyelash application. A light mist is fine.
Can I use Eyelash Curlers with Eyelash Extensions?
We do not recommend using mechanical eyelash curlers on your eyelash extensions as these curlers will damage the extensions and possibly your own natural lashes. The extensions do have a natural curl but if more of a curl is required we recommend using a heated eyelash curler
How do I take care of my new Eyelash Extensions?
Do not rub your eyes
Only use water based mascara (optional)
If applying mascara do so from middle to tip, avoid root area
Use water based eye makeup remover
Do not perm your lashes
Do not pull on your lashes (this may cause your natural lashes to come out prematurely)
DO reshape your extensions after you shower. "Gently comb your lashes to fan them out or use a blow dryer set on "cool" to fan them back in place
Can you put mascara on eyelash extensions?
DO NOT USE OIL-BASED OR WATER-PROOF MASCARA. Waterproof mascaraor any type of oil based mascara can dissolve the bonding agent and shorten the life of your eyelash extensions causing them to fall sooner. Care also needs to be taken in washing off the mascara. Only use a water based eye makeup remover
How long can you have eyelash extensions?
Lash extensions last through a full growth cycle of natural eyelashes, typically six to eight weeks
Do eyelash extensions ruin your natural lashes?
The biggest myth is that lash extensions ruin your own lashes. They do not. If applied correctly and properly, they are safe and do not ruin the health of yournatural lashes. Be sure not to rub your eyes or tug or pull on the extensionsbecause this can cause lash loss and even damage to your naturallashes
How long will it take to Apply Eyelash Extensions and how is it done?
The application process for lash extensions normally takes anywhere from 45 min – 1.5 hours
lash Extension Allergic Reactions
Not a lot of people have reactions to any part of the eyelash extension application process, However allergies can happen. Allergic reactions can be caused by tape, adhesive, cleansers, primers and even the extensions themselves. They can happen after years of normal wear with no previous reaction or they can happen every single time depending on your sensitivity.
But let's get into the main cause of most reactions: adhesives. All adhesives used in the application process are of medical grade. This means they share similar ingredients to adhesives used in hospitals to close wounds and seal sutures. If you have had any contact with adhesives, a reaction can occur immediately or up to 24 hours after first contact.
Please note there is a difference between an allergic reaction and just a slight irritation. Irritation can be caused from the edge of the pad or tape being too close to your eyeball causing what looks like a red line across the bottom of your eye. It can also occur if you open your eyes too quickly after or during application and are exposed to adhesive fumes. Any redness or irritation that occurs from the application should subside within the same day. It is important to note that an allergic reaction will have both itching and swelling where a slight irritation does not.
Here are our tips to help you out if you think are you are experiencing a reaction:
1. Take an Antihistamine (allergy medication)
Medication such as Benadryl can be purchased over the counter. It helps relieve symptoms associated with allergies such as redness, irritation and swelling..
TIP: Although we recommend not getting lash extensions done if you are aware of an existing allergy, many people have success with taking an antihistamine before their appointment. This will help to reduce the severity of an allergy before, during and after the appointment if one were to occur .
2. Remove All Lashes and Adhesive
We know it's heartbreaking, but if you are having a reaction you must get your lash extensions removed. DO NOT try to remove them yourself by pulling or plucking which will result in damaged lashes. Additionally when you pull or pluck your extensions out, you are not removing every trace of adhesive, therefore your eyes are still in contact with the allergen. Set up an appointment with your lash tech immediately to have them removed. This is considered an emergency appointment,and all measures will be taken to get you in right away.
If you are from out of town or can't make it in for an appointment, we have some at home remedies that you may have some success with:
Oil:… Cocout oil, baby oil, olive oil applied to the lashes and left to soak for approximately 10-20 minutes will help to break down the adhesive and allow you to wipe away the extensions.
Vaseline: Using vaseline may be easier than using a type of oil as the thick consistency will allow it to settle on your lashes and lashline and stay in place. Allow to sit for 10-20 minutes before wiping away.
3. Rinse…Whichever type of removal you do, make sure you rinse your eyes with warm water for 5 minutes afterward. The warm water helps to remove any excess oil from your eye area. After rinsing with warm water, follow with a cool water rinse to remove impurities and sooth the eyes.
4. Cool Compress…Following the removal and rinsing of your eyes, apply a cool compress to the eyes. Using bags of ice or a frozen gel eye mask will be helpful. The cooling sensation will help soothe the eye area and reduce swelling. Try sleeping with a cool gel eye mask overnight.
5. Aloe Vera Gels… your skin still itchy or red? Applying a small amount of aloe vera gel may help. It's proven to help calm redness, itching and burning. Please make sure to double check the ingredients for any allergies to any product before using.