Eyelash extensions are applied to your natural lashes to enhance the appearance of eyelash length, curl, and density. Lightweight and made from a high-quality synthetic blend, eyelash extensions are either one singular lash or a fan of lashes. Both types come in a variety of lengths, but fans also come in a variety of options. A fan consists of multiple lashes that share the same base. As with a singular lash extension, one fan is applied to one natural lash to create a rich and full lash line.
Most importantly, our eyelash extensions come in a wide variety of lengths, curls, and fans. In other words, the customization options are endless when it comes to creating your perfect lash look.
Our office offers the following types of extensions: Hybrid, Volume and Mega Volume!
Eyelash extensions will not damage your natural lashes because they are placed on an individual eyelash which allows the extension to shed with the natural lash.
Generally, 4-6 weeks. The touch-ups are needed every two to three weeks, depending on the growth of the natural lashes.
What’s my do & don’t after getting the lash extensions?
First of all, avoid getting your lashes wet for the first 24 hours. Why? Your lash set may look all ‘done’ but in fact, the lash glue is still slowly curing. It can take 24 to 48 hours until the lash extension glue is completely cured and attached. Change in humidity, wind, touch can weaken the bond before it has the chance to set. So, avoid the following 24 hours.
Do not get your lashes wet for 24 hours
Do not apply any aftercare product for 24 hours (including lash extension sealer)
Avoid strong wind blowing to your lashes
Resist brushing or touching the lashes
After this initial 24-hour period, your aftercare routine is much easier.
How can I make my lash extension last longer?
Oil is the worst enemy of lash extension glue. Do not use oil-based eye makeup - mascaras, eyeliner, or any other creamy stuff. And do not pull your lash extensions, please.
Use an oil-free lash cleanser explicitly formulated for eyelash extensions, as some products contain ingredients that can weaken the bond and cause extensions to shed prematurely. In the morning and evening, give your lashes a lash bath and gently brush your extensions with a spoolie to keep them clean and detangled.
Eyelash Extension 101: How to remove eyelash extensions
Eyelash extensions are better to be removed after three to four weeks of wear because of the growth cycle of natural eyelashes. In about three weeks, some extensions will have already fallen out, and some will have grown out and ruined the overall design. In this case, these extension lashes better be removed.
It is highly advised NOT to remove your lash extensions at home. Book an appointment with your lash artist and get them removed professionally with a lash glue remover.