What are Lash Extensions?
Applying extensions involves dipping individual lashes into a medical-grade adhesive and bonding them to your natural eyelashes. The process can take up to two hours, but because of the way we adhere them to your actual lash, you can enhance the length, thickness, and fullness of your natural eyelashes.
How to care for your new eye lash extensions?
- Avoid getting your lashes wet for the first 12 to 24 hours, and then avoid letting water in the shower blast your eyes.
- Keep all oil-based products away from your eye area, especially makeup removers, since the oil will loosen the glue on the extensions.
- Don’t rub your eyes.
- Sleep on your back.
- Brush your lashes in the mornings and after showers, and brush from the tips, not from the root, or you’ll end up pulling lashes out.
- Avoid wearing mascara or any waterproof eye makeup that’s difficult to remove.
Types of Lashes
A lot of women think their lashes are too short, or too straight, when in fact it’s common to have blonde tips at the ends of your lashes which makes them appear shorter. But, eyelash extensions can give your eyes that wide-awake look you can’t get from a perm or tint, and are perfect for special occasions or holidays when you can wake up, and not have to worry about taking 20 minutes to apply 5 coats of mascara which will then end up half way down your chin after you’ve jumped in the pool anyway.
We use mink lashes, as these are lighter than the heavier plastic-type ones and won’t affect your natural lashes as much.
2D-4D Natural Look – £55, Infills – £35
5D-8D Full Look – £65, Infills – £45