1. What’s in lash extensions?
Lash extensions can be made of synthetic fiber, fine silk synthetic or real mink. All are
tapered and curved, though some vary in thickness and weight.
2. Why Lash Extensions?
3. What happens during a Lash Extension Procedure?
After your consultation with your lash artist regarding the look and feel you are going
for, you will just lay back, close your eyes and relax.
Your lash artist will then do the following:
Remove any existing makeup
Apply an under eyepad to keep your skin flat and away from your own lashes
Start applying a single lash extension to your own individual lash
Your eyes will remain shut during the procedure. All you need to do is sit back
You lash artist will check on you from time to time to make sure you are
comfortable and feeling safe.
4. How long will lash extensions last?
It is hard to believe that lash extensions can last between six (6) to eight (8) weeks.
Most of our clients who follow the recommended after care report an average lash
extension life span of seven (7) weeks.
Remember, each lash extension is bonded to your own individual lashes so EXPECT
TO LOSE SOME EXTENSIONS AS YOUR OWN LASHES SHED AND GO
THROUGH THEIR NATURAL GROWTH CYCLE.
5. When Is a touch up/fill in needed?
We recommended getting a touch up/fill in when your extensions are at 50% of their
initial fullness. If you’ve lost more than 50% of your extensions, YOU WILL NEED A
6. Will getting lash extensions destroy my own natural lashes?
No, it wont! As long as it’s properly applied and cared for. This is why the application
technique requires training and certification. Your natural eyelash will continue
growing because the technique requires that we take several different “Separation”
steps during the process, at all times attaching each extension to a single lash without
7. If I wear contact, is that a problem?
Not at all! You will be fine. The adhesive will never touch your skin.
8. How do I clean my face?
Carefully, use oil free face wipes or oil-free make up remover to gently clean your eye
area. After 24 hours has passed after getting your extensions, it is ok to use water
again, carefully. DO NOT RUB, PICK OR PULL YOUR EYELASHES!
9. How do you remove lash extensions and can I take them off myself?
Only a certified lash artist can remove your extensions for you. Since it will require the
use of an adhesive, remover gel and careful separation is use to remove the
extensions. YOU WILL DAMAGE YOUR NATURAL LASHES IF YOU ATTEMPT TO
REMOVE THEM YOURSELF.
10. Who CAN NOT & SHOULD NOT WEAR lash extensions?
approval prior to getting extensions.
the operation and also have their doctor’s approval.
weeks a challenge
should really consult their doctor first.
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