How are the lash extensions applied?
Each synthetic lash is tapered at the tip with a thick base and curled to replicate a natural lash. Our lash extensionist delicately attaches one lash extension to one natural lash at a time. The lashes are adhered using Lavish Lash’s high performance adhesives.
How long is the appointment?
The service may take up to 2 hours depending on the number of lashes being applied. Our clients are comfortably reclined on our facial beds with their eyes closed. The service is painless and noninvasive so clients typically fall asleep.
Note: You will want to arrive at least 10 minutes early to fill out the proper paperwork and consult with you lash extensionist.
Do I need to remove any eye makeup before my appointment?
Yes. Please remove any eyeliner and/or mascara before your appointment with an oil free base eye makeup remover. You should also not curl or perm your lashes before your appointment.
Is there anything I need to avoid after my appointment?
Yes. You need to wait at least 24 hours before you get them wet. Also, you will want to avoid any oil based makeup removers and water proof mascaras.
How long will they last?
Everyone is different when it comes to the longevity of the lash extensions. Usually, clients can have them last anywhere from 4-8 weeks. Keep in mind, if you consistently pull, rub or tug on them, there is a good chance that the lashes will fall out a lot sooner. We cannot guarantee that your lash extensions will uphold for a certain period of time.
Touch ups and Maintenance?
Typically, everyone sheds about 1-2 lashes per day. Because the lash extensions fall out naturally with your own lashes, it is important to replace the fallen lashes in order to maintain the look. The look can last indefinitely with refills every 3-4 weeks.
Will the lash extensions effect or damage my natural lashes?
No, your natural lashes will be the same after the lash extension fall out. The lash extensions will not affect your natural lash grow.
Can I have an allergic reaction to the adhesive or lashes?
There is always possibility for someone to have an allergic reaction to the adhesive. However, we do use a hypoallergenic, surgical grade glue and we also have another adhesive that is specialize to sensitive eyes. If you had any allergic reactions to any glues in the past, make sure to let the lash extensionst know before you get started.
What are the risks involve?
Client safety and professional responsibility is our number one priority. All of our tools are sterilized or properly disposed of after every use. Our lash extensionst provide main levels of decontamination including sterilization, disinfection, and sanitization.
No matter what, there are always going to be risks. We make sure we keep those risks as low as
we possibly can.