Lash extensions are imitation singular eyelashes that are dipped in glue and adhered to your individual
lashes one by one. The three most common types of extensions are silk, mink, and synthetic. Silk and
mink might sound very luxurious, while "synthetic" is a dirty word in some beauty circles, but synthetic
extensions are your best bet if you're a first timer. Depending on the sensitivity of your skin and eyes,
you could have an allergic reaction to mink lashes
How long do extensions last?
The lash glue adheres the extensions to your lashes permanently, so they shed with the natural growth
cycle of your eyelashes, which is about 6-8 weeks. All of your lashes are on a different growth cycle, and
everyone sheds differently depending on their lifestyle. It is usually recommended to get your lashes
filled every 2-4 weeks.
What to Expect?
You can expect your initial eyelash extension procedure to be scheduled for up to 3 hours. This time
allows you to rest and be pampered as your Lash Stylist transforms your lashes to the customized lash
look you have selected. Your stylist can design a tailored look to compliment your natural beauty.
Eyelash Extension After Care
Aftercare is about protecting your eyelash investment and getting the most out of each and every
What do I need to do to care for my eyelash extensions?
Don't wet your eyelashes for 24 hours after your procedure. This will give the glue an appropriate
amount of time to cure. This means you should also avoid steam rooms / saunas and swimming during
Do not use waterproof mascara on your eyelashes. A water soluble mascara or one designed specifically
for eyelash extensions is fine to use, although you'll probably find that you no longer require mascara.
Use make up brush or make up remover wipe to remove makeup by working gently around the
eyelashes. Cotton swabs can also be used to clean around the eyelash area, but becareful because
cotton swabs can catch on and pull out eyelash extensions or leave cotton fibers if caught on extetions.
Do not use cleansers, makeup removers or moisturisers that contain oil or solvents on your eyes, as
these will compromise the bonding agent used to adhere your eyelashes.
Do not rub your eyes, instead you should get used to patting your eyes gently which is in fact much
better for the eyelashes and the sensitive skin around the eyes.
Never pull your eyelash extension off as it will pull out your natural eyelash. If you want them removed
contact us for our professional eyelash removal service.
Do not perm or tint your eyelash extensions.
Do not use eyelash curlers on your eyelashes.
Book your next eyelash refill at 2 - 3 weeks or a maximum of 4 week intervals in order to maintain your
optimum eyelash effect. Every client is different and fills will depend on the indiviuals lash grow,
maintenance and other factors.
Tips to keep lashes looking great and extending the life of your lash extensions
After you shower you can gently dry & shape your eyelashes using your hair dryer on the lowest setting.
Hold the dryer at least 8 inches below your face and gently coax the eyelashes with your index finger in
an upward motion until they are dry.
When you shower, keep a towel in easy reach so that you can gently pat your eyes between washing
and conditioning your hair. This saves you rubbing your eyes to clear your vision so that you can locate
Resist playing with them. Your eyelashes shed naturally, so when you have extensions, this will help
push them off. If an extension looks out of place, avoid playing with it or twisting or pulling it off—you'll
risk losing your natural lashes. Let them come out on their own, and use a spoolie to brush them back
into place in the meantime.