• What are eyelash extensions?

    Eyelash extensions lengthens and thickens eyelashes with single strands of faux mink lashes that are curved to replicate a natural lash. They are applied to individual eyelashes, one at a time, for a natural, elegant and luscious look. Eyelash extensions are perfect for special occasions as well as for everyday wear.

  • What are eyelash extensions made of?

    Eyelash Extensions are crafted from synthetic polyester. Synthetic lashes respond better to wear and tear than other materials. In addition, synthetic lashes offer the least possible chance of allergic reactions with human skin. Testing has shown that there are higher percentages of people who will have adverse reactions to contact with lash extensions created from animal hairs, such as mink.

  • Why are real mink lashes not offered?

    We believe that our synthetic mink lashes are far more superior to  real mink lashes because they hold shape for the life on the lash- real mink lashes often lose thier curl after getting wet. Allergic reaction is nearly impossible to the faux mink lashes. And we know you will be impressed with just how soft our lashes are.

  • What is the difference between Classic and Volume Lashes?

    Classic Eyelash Extensions is the method of separating a natural lash and then adhering a faux mink lash to the individual natural lash. Volume Eyelash extensions is the method of separating a natural lash and then adhering a “volume fan” of extremely thin lashes to one individual natural lash creating a more fluffy, full, filled in look.

  • What is a full set?

    Full sets are considered to have between 60-100 lashes depending on the client’s eyelash type. A specific curl is chosen to complement each client’s eye shape.

  • What is a fill?

    A fill is when your previous eyelash extensions are cleaned and eyelashes extending past 4 mm from lash line are removed and replaced. More lashes are added to restore your lashes to their maximum fullness.

  • What should I expect from my appointment?

    You will be comfortably placed on a massage table with your eyes closed while extensions are applied individually to your natural eyelashes. This process is so relaxing and comfortable that many clients fall asleep! Your initial set typically takes between 2 and 2.5 hours to apply.

  • How long does it take?

    Application of eyelash extensions can take anywhere from 90 to 180 minutes depending on the type and length of the extension. Refill extension appointments are anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes.

  • How long will the eyelash extensions last?

    When applied correctly, eyelash extensions will fall out with the natural lash cycle. You will probably want touch ups every two to three weeks to maintain your lush eyelashes. The adhesive used for our extensions is specifically formulated with a unique waterproof bonding agent to last. Other adhesives may not last as long because of an inferior bonding strength.

  • How do eyelash extensions look and feel

    Eyelash extensions look and feel real and natural. Eyelash extensions also look as though mascara is applied to them at all times allowing you to look primped right out of the shower or out of bed- or even after a day at the beach or in the pool.

  • Can I get my eyelash extensions wet?

    YES! After the first initial 6 to 24 hours you can wash and shower just as normal! You can even swim in a pool or the ocean without losing your lashes!

  • What are the benefits of eyelash extensions?

    Beautiful, fuller, and longer lashes with no makeup! (Do you need any other reasons?) Eyelash Extensions provide you with a daily lower maintenance routine as well as new confidence!

  • Will eyelash extensions damage my natural lashes?

    Our eyelash extensions are designed to come off with your natural eyelashes growth pattern. If cared for properly, eyelash extensions will not damage your natural lashes.

  • Are eyelash extensions safe?

    All eyelash adhesive has cyanoacrylate- which is instant glue. There are literally hundreds of eyelash adhesives, which means they are have different levels of dilution. A client may react to one adhesive and not to another. 5% of clients will become sensitive to cyanoacrylate. If you are concerned that you might have a sensitivity to cyanoacrylate we would be more than happy to do a patch test to check for sensitivity.

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