FAQ – Lash Lift & Tint

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Frequently Asked Questions!

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Is this like lash extension where they will look dramatically thicker?
Lash extensions and lash lifts are 2 totally different treatments. We will not be adding any additional lashes to your existing lashes. We will simply be curling your natural lashes. It will make your lashes appear fuller because they are so uplifted.
Is the procedure safe?
Yes. Lashes are lifted onto our specially shaped lifting pads before products are applied.
Is there any maintenance?
None at all! You don’t have to do anything special with your lashes in between lifts.
Will this damage my eyelashes?
No. The lifting solutions are only applied to the new growth area of the lashes, down towards the base and up a bit. Never to the ends of the lashes.
How long does the effect last?
Depending on the length and quality of your natural lashes, the lift can last for 6 to 8 weeks.
How do I need to prep for the treatment?
Please come in make up free. If you wear contacts, they must be removed just for the duration of the treatment.
What are the post treatment instructions?
Do not apply an oil based products to the lashes for the first 24 hours.
How do I clean my eyes?
Gently, using mild products. Always wait 24 hours to do this to ensure long lasting results.
Can I still wear mascara?
You can if you want to!
How often can I have a lash lift?
A lash lift will begin to naturally drop after about 2 months and your lashes will be back to their natural look. The lashes should drop evenly and will not look out of place. You can repeat the treatment after a minimum of one month if you feel you need to, or you can wait until they are back to their natural state.
Who is this procedure NOT good for?
Chronic dry eye, conjunctivitis, damaged lashes or lashes with gaps (this treatment may make the gaps more noticeable), active eye infections of any kind, trichotillomania (habitual pulling out of lashes), recent chemo treatments (you will need to wait at least a year from your last treatment. When in doubt, always consult with your physician.)