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Eyelash Extensions Pre & After Care: Important!

Updated: Jun 9

Before your appointment:


Remove eye makeup and come with clean lashes before your appointment to save time. (More time = More lashes)


Each appointment includes a 15-minute consultation and a lash prep, lasting 90 minutes to 2 hours.


WHICH TECHNIQUE IS BEST FOR YOU?

Classic lashes:

If you want a natural look. 

If you want to look like you are wearing mascara.

If you have naturally thick lashes.

If you have a lot of natural lashes. 

If you have thick and long lashes.

If you want a voluminous look, but you have thick, dense, long natural lashes.


Volume lashes:

If you have very sparse or fine natural lashes (we will apply the lightest diameter of lashes but a fuller fan for most coverage)  

If you used to wear strip lashes and enjoy the look of them.

If you want more volume, even though your natural lashes are thick, dense, and long.  

If you want to come for refills less often. 


With volume lashes, your artist is able to apply MULTIPLE fine extensions, that are created into a fan, to ONE natural lash, WITHOUT damaging the natural lashes. This is NOT cluster lashes.


Volume lashes range in diameter from 0.03 mm, 0.05 mm, 0.07 mm, and 0.10 mm. 0.10 mm is similar in the volume world as 0.12 mm is in the classic world. 

After Care

  • Do not get lashes wet for 24 hours.

  • Do not use a spa, sauna or pool for the first 24 hours. The extensions need that amount of time to properly bond.

  • Do not touch, rub or mess with lashes in anyway.

  • Please wash your lashes with a lash shampoo 3-4 times a week especially if using makeup this Includes concealers, foundations, SPF, moisturizers and eye creams.

  • Cleaning your lashes regularly prevent oil, skin sheds and dirt build up. Clean lashes are happy lashes.

  • Let lashes air dry, and brush them daily to prevent sticking to each other.


In between Refills

  • If a lash has turned, use your lash wand to correct it and brush in an upward motion.

  • Use oil-free products around lash area (Ie. oil free face wash, eye creams and moisturizer)

  • Do not use eyelash curlers with your extensions. With proper application you will not need them.

  • Get your refill with your lash tech and if you wish to remove them, have your lash technician remove them for you (never remove them yourself) You can seriously damage your natural lashes.

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