The breakdown of our custom eyelash extensions process + how to get the most out of them
Frequently Asked Questions
What Are Eyelash Extensions?
Eyelash extensions are single strands of synthetic eyelashes that are curved to replicate a natural eyelash that gives the appearance of longer and thicker eyelashes. They are applied to each individual natural eyelash one by one using a medical grade adhesive for a beautiful and glamorous look.
Are Eyelash Extensions Safe?
The application process is pain-free and relaxing that most clients fall asleep during the procedure. However, improper application by an unqualified eyelash technician can cause damage to your natural lashes therefore it is important that this service is provided by a Certified Eyelash Extension Specialist. Also, improper aftercare on the clients part can cause damage as well. Please be sure to follow all aftercare instructed.
Preparation For Lash Extension Service
To make the most of your appointment we recommend that you arrive with your lashes clean and free of mascara, oil, and residual glues or adhesives from other lash enhancement products. The presence of these substances can adversely affect the ability for your new lash extensions to bond properly. We cannot guarantee the longevity of your lash extensions if they are not clean when you arrive to your appointment.
How Long Will My Eyelash Extensions Last?
When applied properly, eyelash extensions can last for several weeks usually up to a month. Everyone’s experience will differ based on day to day activities and the growth cycle of your lashes. Refills are required every 2-3 weeks to replenish the lashes that have naturally shedded.
How Do I Care for my New Eyelash Extensions?
How Do I Maintain My Lash Extensions?
As your natural lashes shed the density of your lash extensions will become thinner. Touch-ups are required to maintain your desired density. Touch-ups will be required every two to three weeks depending on how dense your initial application was and how quickly your natural lashes shed. It is easier to predict how often you will need touch-ups following your initial application.