Frequently Asked Questions about EYELASH EXTENSIONS
How long will the extensions last?
By following the proper aftercare instructions, your new lashes will last as long as your own natural lash cycle (you can shed up to 5 lashes per day.) Your natural lashes will fall out at different stages of their life cycle and will be replaced by the growth of a new lash. The cycle is approximately 6 weeks, but this will vary by person. Due to this cycle, refills are recommended about every 3-4 weeks to maintain a consistent/ full look.
How long will my lashes be?
Depending on the length of the lash size you choose, extensions can make your lashes 20-50% longer.
What do I have to do for upkeep?
Refills every 3-4 weeks to replace lost lashes is recommended. Purchasing a lash conditioner is also very helpful for the longevity of your extensions. Avoid oil based cleansers and moisturizers and keep the lashes dry for 48 hours after you appointment.
Can I use my usual facial cleanser to remove my makeup?
Most facial cleansers are too oily or creamy to be used around the eye area when you have lash extensions.
Will my natural lashes become damaged from eyelash extensions?
Our techs are very conscious of keeping the natural state of your lashes healthy. Should you request a look or weight of lashes that your own lashes cannot support, we will advise you otherwise. By taking care of your lashes and following aftercare instructions, your extensions will not damage your natural eyelashes. If you pull or are too rough on your lashes, then your eyelash will come off with the extension. Naturally your lashes will grow back in time without any problem, so it is nothing to worry about. Be gentle and they'll last much longer!
How long does it take to apply eyelash extensions?
Depending on the amount of eyelash extensions being applied, a full set can take anywhere from 90-180 minutes. Refill appointments every 3-4 weeks generally take about an hour.
NOTE: Please come in with as little make up on as possible for your lash appointment,
Water proof mascara could affect your retention