Want big, bold, fuller, and longer lashes? There is no secret, from Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian to ordinary people, Eyelash Extensions have become increasingly popular hit with women of all ages. It definitely will make your eyes look bigger, brighter, and make you look more feminine without any makeup.
Eyelash Extensions are single strand lashes are applied one by one to your own natural lashes with a stronger medical adhesive. There are many different types of Eyelash Extensions to choose from. Synthetic lashes are the most common ones. Mink and silk lashes are softer, more lightweight and durable than other types of lash extensions, they are very natural compare to the synthetic, but there are more expensive. Real Mink Lashes are handmade with 100% pure mink fur that creates a natural look and luxurious feeling. They are cruelty free. Eyelash Extensions come with different lengths, different thickness and different curls. Our certified technicians will apply the proper lashes to match your own lashes, make you standout, like a movie star.
Normally, Eyelash Extensions last until the lashes naturally fall out (between 4 – 11 weeks), other factors include the strength and texture of your natural lash, your lifestyle, and the way how you care for your extensions, if you use oil-based eye makeup remover or rub your eyes regularly, your extensions may fall out faster. Partial refills every few weeks will keep up the look.
If you want to remove the lashes once they are applied, it is recommended that you keep them on for at least a week so the glue is not right at the lash line as the remover may burn your eyes.
If you are planning to travel, we recommend that you get your eyelashes extension at least 3-4 days before you are leaving for travel, in case that you may have some irritation or bad reaction.
For brides, we often recommend to get our Natural Set extensions few weeks before your wedding day, so you can decide on how you want to look like on your big day, because it’s always easier to add more lashes than take them off.
Before your appointment:
Please do not wear any make-up, especially do not wear any make-up on your eyes, do not curl your lashes or wear mascara the day before and the day of your appointment. Remove all eye makeup and clean your lashes with mild, oil free cleanser. Do not use oil based makeup removers to clean your lashes prior to the application. This will save the ‘cleanup’ time and allow us have more time for applying the extensions. If you wear contact lens, please remove contact lenses and wear glasses to your appointment, or bring a lens case and remove them when you arrive at your appointment. Plan to set aside 1 to 2.5 hours for your appointment.
After your appointment:
For the first 24 hours, avoid getting your lashes wet, you can wash your face with sponge or a face cloth to rinse around the eyes area. Do not splash water on your face. It’s better take a warm bath instead of shower. No sauna, steam rooms, massages or facials. No tanning, and sweaty workouts. After 24 hours, we recommend that you apply eye make-up as little as you can, liquid eye liner is preferred over pencil or powder, because it’s easier to clean.
Do not perm or Tint lashes before or after lash extension application.
Avoid getting your lashes wet for the first 12 hours, no steam or sauna in 48 hours.
Be gentle with the lashes, do not pull and rubbing your lashes, pat to dry when washing your face. Recommend to use sponge or face cloth to wash your face.
Do not use an eyelash curler. Do not pull your lash extensions, as it will take out your own lash as well.
Try not to use mascara or waterproof mascara as this will lessen the life of the lashes. Only use oil-free products on your eyes and lashes.
Do not try to remove or cut the Extensions on your own. seek professional help from your technician.
Maintain proper eye hygiene to avoid eye infections.
Try to avoid sleeping face down.
It is not suggested to have Eyelash extensions if you:
Want to have very heavy mascara look but do not have enough natural lashes to support it.
Constantly rubbing your eyes and pull at lashes.
Have any pre-existing eyelid or eye conditions such as Blepharitis and Ocular Rosacea, or Trichotillomania.
Are in chlorinated water many times a week, because the water will release the glue.
Do not want to follow after care instructions.
* Please check out our “Before & After” pictures in “Images”.