INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO PREPARE FOR LASH EXTENSIONS
 

The night before your service, please do the following:

Remove eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara with an oil-free eye makeup remover.

Do not use cotton rounds to remove eye makeup. Please use a brush or soft applicator.
 

Avoid applying eye creams and face creams near the eyes.

For the extensions to adhere properly to your natural lashes, they need to be clean. I will quickly cleanse your lashes before applying the extensions. If I need to spend extra time cleaning because you have makeup or dirt on your lashes, it will shorten your lash application time.

Before you come to your appointment, please be aware of the following:

 

  • Lashes need to be healthy in order to be an ideal candidate for extensions. If your lashes are too brittle or weak, it may be recommended to avoid the service and start a lash growth serum to help lashes become longer and stronger.

  • This service cannot be rushed. If you are late to your appointment, I will finish the application in the allowed time only.

  • Do not wear contacts. Please bring a case to place them in or please ask me for one. Fumes from the adhesive can get trapped behind the lenses, causing possible chemical burns to your eyes.

  • You will need to keep your eyes closed for the entirety of the service, so make sure you don’t have any distractions that can interfere with your appointment time.

  • Cell phones need to be on Silent.

  • Every time you open your eyes, you move the gel pads that keep your lower lashes isolated and you expose your eyes to the adhesive's fumes which can cause sensitivity, irritation, and possible chemical burn to your eyes. Opening your eyes unexpectedly can also put you at risk of getting poked by the tweezers.

  • Please DO NOT consume caffeine, energy drinks, or alcohol before your session. When you are jittery, it causes your eyes to twitch uncontrollably making it very difficult to isolate each individual lash and properly attach an extension. Retention will also be poor if extensions cannot be properly applied to natural lashes due to excessive twitching. 

  • Please DO NOT smoke before your session.

  • Keep in mind that some people can develop an allergy to the adhesive even if they have been getting lashes for years. In the unfortunate event that you experience an allergic reaction, please seek medical treatment immediately and notify me.

  • If you have prior eye sensitivities or allergies, you may not be a suitable candidate for the service because it may cause further irritations.


You will be given instructions on how to care for your extensions at your appointment.
You will have 48 hours to notify me of any issues and will be given a complimentary fill or removal.


After 48 hours, it will be considered a weekly fill.

FILLS
 

  • We typically have between 70-150 lashes per eye. Every lash except for baby lashes will be lashed during a full set application.

  • We naturally lose between 3-5 lashes per day. You will need to book your fills according to your own lash cycle, how oily your skin is, and how frequently you work out/sweat.

  • Ideal time frame to book a fill is 2-3 weeks.

  • When you wait too long for a fill because your lashes still look "full", you can cause damage to your natural lashes. The further out the lashes grow, the heavier the extensions will be on your natural lashes. Lashes can twist and break off and can also cause possible trauma to your hair follicle resulting in new lashes growing in more weak and short.

  • All outgrown extensions are removed at each fill so if majority of your lashes are outgrown, your fill will not look full.


Please try to keep your fills between 1-3 weeks for best results and for the health of your natural lashes.


CAUTION

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.