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Lash extensions are used to enhance the look of your natural lashes to achieve longer, fuller, curlier, and thicker lashes. Each extension is applied individually to each natural lash.
Classic lashes, also known as individual lash extensions or 1:1, applied with the method of a single lash extension being glued onto a single natural lash creating a flawless, natural look. Perfect for those who already have a lot of natural lashes and just want added length.
This method involves application of multiple lashes grouped together (fanned) and applied onto a single natural lash. Each individual lash will be thinner in diameter than a classic lash extension to accommodate multiple lashes on a single natural lash without being weighted down which would be damaging to your lashes. Volume sets are versatile as they can create either a natural or glam look. They are more fluffy and full in appearance and can range from 2-10D, which refers to the number of lashes attached to each individual lash.
A cross between a classic and volume set. A hybrid set is a technique of applying lashes using the classic and volume method. Classic extensions are strategically in between volume lash extensions to frame and fill gaps, creating a full and textured lash look.
Enhancement of lower lashes applied in a similar manner as top lash extensions. Creates a full eye-framing look, to balance out and compliment the look of top lashes. A perfect option for special occasions or those who simply to eliminate the hassle of applying mascara. However, because natural lower lashes are usually thinner and shorter, the durability of maintaining bottom extensions decreases. Also, since there a fewer lashes applied, clients may only get 3 days to 1.5 weeks of wear.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to apply lash extensions?
A full set of lashes can take anywhere form 90 to 180 minutes to apply. Relax or take a lash nap and awake with great lashes!
How long to lash extensions last?
Lash extension could last up to a year with proper maintenance. Fills are recommended every 2-3 weeks to keep your lashes at their best.
What is a bold lash set?
100% of natural lashes are lashed for a fuller set. Ellipse lashes may also be used to achieve a fuller lash line.
What is a classic lash set?
80% of natural lashes are lashed with an extension applied to a natural lash 1:1.
How do I remove them?
Removing lash extensions properly is just as important as the application. Professional removal is recommended to safely remove extensions without damaging your natural lashes. A special adhesive remover is used and placed to sit on the lashes for several minutes to weaken the bond and properly remove the extensions.
How often should I clean my lashes?
The answer to this question will vary by person depending on lifestyle, if you are a regular eye makeup wearer, etc. With that in mind, clean lash extensions last longer! There is a misconception that water on your lashes will cause them to fall out prematurely, when in fact, cleansing your lashes regularly will help with lash retention. Yes, please avoid getting your lashes wet within the first 24 hours of application but after that cleanse away! Give your lashes a nice bath at least a few times per week to eliminate oil, build up, and wash away dead skin cells to keep your lashes looking fluffy, clean, and healthy.
The lash bath is offered as an add-on service that can be done prior to you getting your new lash set or refill. Lash Cleanser and Cleanser Kits can be purchased in suite to keep you lashes clean, full, and healthy while at home.
Do Lash Extensions ruin your lashes?
No, if applied correctly and properly by a trained lash tech, lash extensions are safe and do not compromise the health of your own lashes. Be sure not to rub your eyes or pick and pull on the extensions because this could result in lash loss and can result in damage of your natural lashes.
My lashes are falling out, is that normal?
Yes, lash shedding is normal and each eye naturally sheds 2-5 lashes daily due to the natural growth cycle of your lashes. On average each eye has 90-130 natural lashes. Therefore, in 1 week we lose ~ 21 lashes, ~42 lashes in week 2 and in week 3 ~ 63 lashes will have shed.
Lash aftercare is just as important as proper lash application by your lash tech. To keep your lashes looking their best please follow the instructions below:
- Do NOT get your lashes wet for the first 24 hours
- Do NOT use a spa, sauna, or pool for the first 24 hours to allow extensions the proper time needed to properly bond
- DO brush your lashes at least once a day with a lash wand to keep you lashes fluffy and tangle-free
- When getting your lashes wet, its best to blot excess water and allow them to air dry and brush with wand to avoid clumping and tangling of lashes
- Do NOT use oil-based eye products, creams, or waterproof mascara
- Use ONLY water-based makeup and makeup remover
- Proper hygiene is very important. Please keep lashes clean by regular cleansing. A special, 100% sting-free, foaming lash bath cleanser is available in suite for purchase.
- Remove makeup around the eye with a cotton swab
- Do NOT tint or use an eyelash curler
- Be careful to avoid pulling extensions or rubbing eyes
- Please see a trained lash technician to have your lash extensions removed
- To extend the life of your lashes, please schedule fills every 2-3 weeks