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Frequently Asked Questions

What are lash extensions?

They are semi permanent fibers comprised of individual synthetic polyester fibers. They are thicker at the base and taper to a fine point for a natural look.  The synthetic lash is adhered to an individual natural lash with a bonding agent.  The end results are a longer, thicker, sometimes darker defined natural lash. 



Will lash extensions damage my natural lashes?

No.  They are actually kinder to your lashes than a lash curler and regular mascara that can dry out lashes and cause them to break.  Extensions look and feel real. 



How long do lash extensions last?

They can last indefinitely with regular fills.  When your natural lash sheds, which is every 30-60 days, the extension will fall out with it.  Fills are necessary every 2-4 weeks to maintain the look.  Proper care will extend the life of the extension. 



How do I care for my extensions?

For the first 24-48 hrs.

Do NOT get the lashes wet

Do NOT steam the face, use a sauna, swim, wash your face with hot water, or tan.



Use only water based (oil free) eye make up and make up remover

Be gentle while cleansing the eye area and pat lashes dry

Do NOT use an eye lash curler

Do NOT pull or rub lashes



Can I wear mascara?

One of the joys of lash extensions is that you do not need mascara. However, if you prefer, we do retail a specifically formulated brand that is made for synthetic lashes. When applying the mascara, apply only to the tips. 



Before your appointment

  • Please arrive with no mascara or eye make up on


  • Do NOT use oil based make up remover prior to your appointment


  • If you wear contacts, please wear your glasses to your appointment or remember to bring your contact case. 


  • Remember that you cannot get your lashes wet for 24-48 hours after your appointment.  So, make sure you shower prior to your appointment. 



Is there anything that will hurt my lash extensions?

The following activities may weaken the adhesive bond resulting in a premature loss of the lash extension. 

  •  excessive exposure to friction

  • use of oil based eye care or facial products on or near the eye

  • use of waterproof cosmetics on or near the lashes including mascara and eyeliner

  • touching or sleeping on lashes

  • mechanical lash curlers


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