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Lash Extensions

A lash extension treatment involves applying individual synthetic lashes onto each natural eyelash to add extra length and volume. We will now explain the types of eyelash extensions in more detail.

Classics

Classic lashes are the perfect way to enhance natural lashes. With the classic technique, one individual lash is applied to one natural lash to create a set of longer and thicker lashes. Depending on the desired look, there are a variety of curls, lengths, and thicknesses to choose from.

Hybrids

Hybrid lashes are a combination of classic and russian lash extensions. Since hybrid lashes are a combo of the two, you achieve a fuller look than classics.

Russians

Russian lashes are ultra fine synthetic lashes that are made from the same fibres as classic lashes. However, as they are much thinner so your lash technician is able to apply more than one to each natural lash. Russian Lashes are typically applied in a fan-like shape, which adds to the 'volume' look.

1

How long do lash extensions last?

Most eyelash extensions look great for anywhere from 2-4 weeks.  We recommend infills every 2-3 weeks to keep them in the best condition to maintain them and keep them looking as full and fluffy as possible.

2

When do i need to have the treatment again?

We recommend infills every 2 weeks for classics, and 2-3 weeks for hybrids/russians. 3 weeks is our maximum time for infills. As part of our policy lashes need to have 50% left in order for it to be an infill, anything less than that or an infill over 3 weeks from your last appointment will be charged as a full set.

3

Is there any pre-care?

Avoid caffeine/stimulants up to four hours before your appointment to avoid jittering eyelids.

Arrive with a clean face and clean eyelashes.   

Avoid using oil-based products on and around the eyes prior to your appointment.

4

Is there anyone not eligible for this treatment?

Under 18s need to have permission from their parent or guardian to have this treatment. If you have had an allergic reaction to the glue you will not be able to have this treatment done. If you have had any eye surgeries within 6 months you will need to wait more than 6 months and get permission from your doctor. If you have any health conditions that prevent you from laying down flat for over an hour you will not be able to have lashes.

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