FAQ & Aftercare
FAQ & Aftercare
Feel free to wet your lashes all you want! We suggest washing your lashes with our lash wash a minimum of 2x a day to keep your lash-line healthy and your extensions clean. Lash hygiene is crucial to future natural lash health and eyelash extensions’ retention.
*if you are oilier please oil blot your eyelids. If you are active wash your lashes at your exercise facility.
After your wash your lashes, pat your lashes dry. We like to suggest you also blow dry your lashes on the coolest setting and the lowest setting. This insures your lashes will remain fluffy and soft.
DO NOT wear gel eyeliner or mascara of any kind.
No. Properly (one extension/volume fan to one natural eyelash) and professionally applied eyelash extensions do not damage your eyelashes. Especially a lash artist who continues education and encourages proper lash aftercare.
YES. Our next-generation adhesives cure minutes after your service. We encourage washing your lashes 2x a day to prevent buildup, styes, lash mites and eye infections. The cleaner your lashes are, the better they will look, feel and last.
Just like the hair on our heads, our eyelashes shed and grow too! Each persons’ growth cycle is completely different. Same goes for hormone levels, vitamin intake, etc. Clients lash retention varies person to person based on their hair growth cycles and lifestyle.
As the saying goes, “you get what you pay for”. Nail techs (manicurists) are not licensed to perform eyelash extension/lift services typically they are using “cluster” lashes or “individual” lashes which are then adhered to multiple natural lashes with industrial grade adhesives. Which causes damage to the natural lashes and can cause severe allergic reactions. Extensions can only be applied by a licensed cosmetologist or esthetician. Lash lifts may only be performed by a licensed cosmetologist.