Do you have questions prior to your visit?
We have the know-how you need.
Can I wear makeup/mascara?
Be effortlessly flawless!
The whole idea with lash extensions is that you don't have to apply mascara anymore! We retail a mascara that is safe for extensions and cleans off very easily if you find that you need some extra volume in between touch-ups. Stay away from any oil / clay based / waterproof makeup products as they can break down the bonds in the adhesive and cause your lash extensions to shed prematurely.
Can I get my lashes wet?
No more running mascara!
You absolutely can get your lashes wet, in fact you will get them wet at least once a day when you clean them. Do not hesitate to sweat from a workout or swim in chlorine and saltwater. I do encourage you to clean them as soon as possible after those activities.
Do eyelash extensions damage natural lashes?
Remember... I specialize in natural lash health!
When properly applied and cared for, lash extensions can be worn indefinitely. Your lash artists' main priority should always be to protect your eyes and lashes. Clean isolation and application of an extension that won't overburden a natural lash is key! Lashes should never feel heavy or uncomfortable.
How long do they last?
Proper at home care is a huge factor.
The adhesive on average lasts 6-8 weeks, keep in mind, you lose 3-5 natural lashes per day. In order to keep a full look, you'll want to come in for touch ups between 2-4 weeks usually. Lashes should shed on their own... you may not even be aware it's happening! Be sure that you never pick or pull at your lashes as this can cause damage.
Do I have to do anything to prepare for this service?
In order to get the most out of your lash extensions, it is advised that you come to your appointment with little to no eye makeup. Try to avoid caffeine / stimulants so you are able to get comfortable and relax without fluttery eyes. If you normally wear glasses, bring them with you so we can be sure the extension length doesn't hit the lense. Also, if you wear contact lenses, you will need to remove them for safety reasons.