INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO PREPARE FOR LASH LIFT
The night before your service, please do the following:
Remove eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara with an oil-free eye makeup remover.
Avoid applying eye creams and face creams near the eyes.
Before you come to your appointment, please be aware of the following:
A patch test is mandatory. Please select a time to come in 24-72 hours before your appointment.
Please keep in mind that even if the patch test produces no adverse reaction, you can still have a reaction or allergy to the service after it is done. In the unfortunate event that you do develop an allergic reaction, please seek medical treatment immediately.
You must remove contacts. Please bring a case or ask me for one. Wearing contacts can cause fumes to get trapped behind the lenses resulting in a chemical burn to your eyes.
Your eyes will be closed for the entire service so please have your cell phones on silent.
It is recommended for pregnant women to avoid lash lifts. Changes in hormones can result in the lashes not lifting.
Avoid for 24 hours:
Getting lashes wet! Avoid excessive sweating, steam from showers, tears, and so on. This will reverse the lift.
Sleeping on your face and smashing your lashes.
When to Rebook:
Ideal time frame to book another lift is 4-8 weeks.
When your lashes grow out, you may notice the curl dropping and a mixture of straight and curly lashes. This is perfectly normal and is a good indicator that you are ready to book your next lift.
If you have had an eye infection, eye surgery or Lasik surgery within 6 months, it is recommended to get a release form from your physician before getting a lash tint, lash lift, or lash extension service.