EYELASH EXTENSION FAQ

All Lashed Up Chooses the best lashes and medical grade adhesive in the industry to assure clients that they are getting the best experience with their new look.

 

Before you choose to have eyelash extensions you'll probably want to know exactly what you can expect. Here are a few questions we've answered that most potential clients ask prior to scheduling their lash appointment feeling as prepared and free from stress as possible.

 

1. How are lashes applied?

Your session will usually begin with a consultation this will determine the kind of look you want once that is established your real lashes will be cleaned to get rid of any excess oil or make up that could prohibit the glue from bonding successfully. White pads will be applied to hold down the lower lashes to avoid sticking together.

 

A special set of tweezers and medical grade adhesive along with an individual lashes synthetic lashes such as mink or silk lashes are used to create a thicker, longer and natural looking lash.

 

The individual isolation of every suitable natural lash requires skill and time, with full sets and infills taking anywhere from 1-3 hours to complete, therefore this is not a speedy or cheap treatment for the lash artist to be able to offer.

 

2. Cluster & Strip lashes (False lashes) Vs. Lash Extensions?

Cluster & Strip lashes take a shorter time to apply and can cause damage to your natural lash and lash line. Often times they do not look natural and do not last as long.

 

3. How long will they last?

Eyelash Extensions last between two weeks and 5 weeks. Your eyelash extensions will fall out when the host lash naturally sheds. You will lose around 12-15 lashes every two to three weeks but you can usually head back to the salon for regular touch-ups (for a small fee).if you choose to have your set for a special occasion only, then you can let them fall out naturally over the course of 3-6 weeks.

 

4. Do eyelash extensions feel annoying?

No - eyelash extensions are designed to feel lightweight and natural, unlike false lashes. You will soon forget they are even there (until you look in the mirror of course). However if you have a habit of scratching or rubbing your eyes, your lashes my fall off quicker.

 

5. Are Eye lash Extensions water resistant?

You can cry, swim, shower and work out with these lashes. It's best to Wait 48 hours before doing these activities.

 

6.  Are eyelash extensions easy to care for?

YES- by using a make up brush and a cleaning solution

 

7. Will eyelash Extensions ruin my lashes?

If they are applied in correctly they may cause damage. However if they are applied correctly by a certified, trained eyelash artist they will actually help them grow.

 

8. What qualifications should my beauty therapist have?

Most if not all Accredited Eye lash Extensions training schools require licensed cosmetologist, licensed esthetician or a licensed in the medical field can attend schooling to be certified.

 

Types of Lashes

Silk Lashes

Silk lashes are a very popular type of lash that has great flexibility, softness, and will be the most comfortable lash yet on the market. They are made from a polyester yarn, which is the closest material to natural human hair. They are for either a dramatic or natural result depending on the desired thickness, curl, and length you choose.

 

Mink Lashes

Mink lashes are created with a synthetic fiber. These lashes have a slight sheen and yet have exceeded our expectations in the flexibility and softness and are weightless. They too give a natural look.

 

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