HOW DO I CARE FOR MY LASH LIFT?
Do not get the lashes wet for the first 24-48 hours including:
Eye Makeup Remover
This is crucial to get the best retention possible!
Brush your lashes straight as needed, but never when they are wet!
No oil based products
Do not touch, play with, or pick at your Lashes!
Do not use lash curler on them.
Can a Lash Lift be used to compliment other treatments?
Yes! A lash Lift is enhanced when you use an eyelash growth product, or a semi-permanent mascara. While your lashes grow longer, our process controls straight or overly curly lashes by giving them a uniform lifted look.
Is a Lash Lift the same as an eyelash perm?
No, the Lash lift is a new, improved procedure, overcoming the ‘over curled’ look of its predecessor . Whilst the chemical procedure is identical to a perm, the difference is in the results. By ditching the old fashioned perm rollers which curled back the lashes to the extent of the ‘dolly look’, the silicone rods used for this new procedure lifts the lash from the root in either a straight or curled, upwards fashion that produces length and a bright eyed enhanced look.
Do the Lash Treatments hurt?
No, the treatments are totally painless. You will have your eyes closed for the entire treatment and although it may feel a little strange being unable to open your eyes for this time, it offers you a chance to relax during the treatment.
Is the Lash Treatments safe?
Will the Lash Lift damage my natural lashes?
No. Your lash treatment will be performed with the utmost care and proper technique. The product never touches the skin during the process. Redness around the eye may occur due to the product removal process (wiping the eyes with cotton rounds) but should disappear within a few minutes after the treatment.
How long does a lash lift take?
The lash lift takes approximately 45 minutes to 60 minutes depending. With tint the treatment can take a full hour.
How long will a Lash Lift last?
A Lash Lift can last 6-8 weeks but can vary from person to person. There is no need for any maintenance appointments in between but you will need to have the process repeated every 6-8 weeks to lift the new hair growth. There are some situations that may cause the lift to drop/weaken prematurely such as swimming, use off harsh products or heat. If you find that your lift does not last the full 2 months, you can repeat the treatment after a minimum of 6 weeks of having the initial treatment, but not before.
Will I have a reaction to the solution?
Very few people have a reaction to the solution but that doesn’t mean you won’t be one of them. What one person reacts to, another is fine with. This is why you can opt to have a patch test 24 hours beforehand. A patch test is quick and simple. It consists of us placing 2 drops of solution behind the ear for 15 minutes. Wiping it off and waiting to see if any subsequent irritation occurs over the next 24 hours such as redness, itching or inflammation for example.
I wear contact lenses, can I have this procedure?
Yes you can still have the treatment. However, you will need to remove them temporarily before starting the treatment. If you have a pair of glasses, we recommend you to bring those and where them for the rest of the day.
Can I wear makeup after my lash treatment?
Yes but it is advised that you leave your lashes untouched for at least 24 hours after your treatment. You may find that there is no need for mascara anyway, but if you wish to make your lashes even fuller, a non-waterproof mascara is advised as the removal of waterproof mascaras can be harsh on the lashes and weaken the lift.
How do I clean my eyes?
Gently, using mild products. Always wait 24 hours after the procedure to do this .
Can I use an eyelash curler?
No. There will be no need for an eyelash curler as this treatment gives a much better result than using a curler, But more importantly, using one may weaken and damage your lashes.
Although it is impossible to list every potential risk and complication, the following conditions are recognized as contraindications for the Lash Lift and Tint/Lash Extensions treatment and must be disclosed prior to the treatment.
Recent Eye Surgery
Allergy to product
Very sensitive eyes
Hay fever sufferers/Watery Eyes
Dry Eye Syndrome
Using prescribed medicated eye drops
Pregnancy – during the 1st trimester
Medication – Thyroxin (in some cases can prevent lashes from curling)
Contact Lenses – must be removed