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frequently asked questions

lash faq

Do lash extensions damage your lashes?

Lash extensions are individually attached to your natural lashes.

As long as the length and weight of the extension is not more than what your natural lash can support, (along with  proper care, being sure not to rub,  pick or pull them) there will be no damage.
We do always recommend to use a lash growth serum when wearing  extensions to maintain lash health. Growth serum can be purchased in studio or on our online store 



How often do I need to get my lashes done? 

Lash extensions will last about 4 weeks. A fill will be needed every 2-3  weeks to maintain them.
Any fill over 4  weeks is considered a new set.

Is it painful? 

No, Most clients actually find the process of getting their lashes done  quite relaxing and doze off.  

Can I still wear eye makeup? 

Yes you can you, just be sure to remove all traces of makeup and wash  lashes with a foaming lash wash afterwards.  

more lash info

Shedding is normal. On average we lose 2-5 natural lashes a day.
Lashes just like all other hair on our bodies go through a growth cycle.
Lashes go  through phases:
  1. Growing (Anagen phase)
  2. Transition  (catagen phase)
  3. Resting  (telogen phase)
  4. Shedding (exogen phase).
This cycle  repeats itself every 4-6 weeks. 
You may lose more lashes if you have naturally oily, skin, workout or sweat consistently, or if you sleep on your side/face. 

allergic reactions

Though not too common, allergic reactions can happen. Please contact the studio if you do feel you’re having an allergic reaction so we can take a look and remove them for you if necessary.

Most suspected  reactions are actually
sensitivities to the glue and  subside on their own in 1-3 days with the use of an antihistamine. 

If you don’t know if you could be  sensitive/allergic and would like  to come in for a patch test we  are more than happy to book one for you.  

Lash cleanliness is vital, unkept  extensions and lash lines can lead to infections, styes and clogged pores.
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