1. What Is The Application Process?
The entire process takes about one hours and is fairly simple. First, you will lie down and the specialist will apply a small piece of surgical tape to gently protect and constrain your lower lashes. Next, we will apply synthetic fiber lashes to your natural lash by dipping them one-by-one into a non-irritating bonding agent. The procedure is completely painless, and some even find it relaxing.
2. What Do I Need To Bring Anything With Me?
We recommend coming to the salon without any eye make-up, mascara, eye shadow, eyeliner or false eyelashes. Do not curl your lashes. If you use contact lenses please bring your contact lens case.
3. Will The Extensions Damage My Natural Lashes?
No. Eyelash Extensions are perfectly safe. Since they are attached to the natural eyelash they will not damage your lash growth.
4. How Long Will They Last?
Though the exact time varies based on the natural growth cycle of your lashes, 2 to 8 weeks is the normal time-span. Because natural eyelashes shed and replace themselves on their own, regular touch-ups are usually recommended to replace any strays that have fallen out during this growth cycle.
The life span of an eyelash varies by individual, anywhere from 2 weeks to three months, but for maximum results, regular touch-ups (recommended every 2-2 1/2 weeks) will provide optimal results.
Hair Growth Cycle: The period of time between hair growth and loss is called hair cycle. The term is between 2 to 6 weeks. It is influenced by everyday life, for instance, eating habits and sleeping time. Also, the hair cycle is influenced by stress, illness and heredity factors.
5. How Do I Care For Them?
It’s critical to avoid getting your lashes wet with water, oils or creams in the first 24 hours. Also when washing your face make sure to try to avoid pulling and rubbing your lashes. Try to use a non-oily makeup remover instead of a cleanser which is more delicate.
6. Can I Get Eyelash Extensions If I Have A Medical Condition In My Eye?
We suggest that you reschedule to get eyelash extensions if you have conjunctivitis, sty, itchiness, redness, swelling or a rash in or around your eyes. We also recommend customers who have a cold or a going through seasonal allergies to reschedule the eyelash extension procedure.
7. Can I Get A Procedure Even If My Current Eyelash Extensions Were Set At Another Salon?
Yes. However, we recommend taking them off because mixing new and old eyelash extensions prevents accomplishing a design.
8. How Can I Remove Eyelash Extensions?
We have a removal procedure. Please do not try to remove eyelash extensions by yourself. It may damage your natural eyelashes. Our pro-use remover is made without thinner, acetone or polishing material. It contains collagen and hyaluronic acid specifically designed to protect and keep your natural eyelashes healthy.