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EYELASH EXTENSIONS

What are eyelash extensions?

- Eyelash extensions are single lengths of hair usually made from a synthetic PBT material, silk, or possibly real mink. They are used to enhance the natural length and fullness of your existing eyelashes.

 

How are eyelash extensions applied?

- Extensions are applied using a surgical adhesive and they are placed 1-2mm away from the eyelid.

 

How long do eyelash extensions last?

-Extensions generally last 3-4 weeks. There are many factors that play into that outcome as well such as how the lashes are cared for, skin type, all the way down to what shampoo and conditioner you use!

I have really sensitive eyes, can I still get eyelash extensions? 

- Speaking to one of our lash technicians about your concerns will be your best bet as everyone is different. You can fill out our form here and someone will get back to you within 48hrs!

I've read that many people are allergic, is there a way to find out if I am too before my appointment?

-Absolutely, you are more than welcome to come in 24hrs before your scheduled appointment and we can apply a patch test. We will then check for any reactions at the time of service.

Can I wear mascara with extensions?

-The lashes we use are designed to enhance your natural lashes so that no mascara is needed!

Can I get my face wet after getting extensions?

-We recommend you wait at least 24hrs before getting your face wet. That includes simply washing your face, showering, sweating, hot tubbing, the use of steam room or sauna etc. If you're unsure about something always ask your technician.

 

How long does the appointment take?

-The amount of time varies depending on the appointment selected and your technician. Be sure to ask when scheduling to ensure you have enough time.

What if I decide I want my lashes taken off?

-Having your lashes taken off is easy, we will either use a gel remover which will dissolve the adhesive and allow for the extensions to slide right off the natural lashes or we can remove by hand.

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