Using your natural lashes to create a spectacular lifted & curled look.
A 48 hour prior patch test is required for this treatment.
You can visit the salon anytime between Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm for your free patch test.
On the treatment day.
Please avoid wearing any makeup near your eye area including moisturiser, concealer foundation, mascara and eyeliner.
What is eyslash lift?
This treatment lifts your eyelashes from the root and curls them at the same time.
This treatment works with your natural lashes and there are no extensions involved.
Having an eyelash tint after an eyelash lift gives you a mascara effect which are both designed for a fluttery, dramatic look that can last for 6-8 weeks.
It will make your lashes look lifted, curled, longer and fuller.
Its a great alternative to eyelash extensions and a perfect way to enhance what you already have.
Our treatment also works for droopy, long, short, stubborn and thick lashes.
What do I need to know before arriving?
- First of all you’ll need to have a patch test 48 hours prior to your treatment, even if you’ve had this treatment elsewhere.
- Please try and avoid wearing any eye makeup, for example mascara, eyeliner, eye shadows, concealer.
- Contact lenses – they will need to be removed before the treatment.
Will I need a patch test?
Yes, it is compulsory to have a patch test 48 hours prior to your appointment.
The therapist will apply a small amount of the product and glue behind your ear and if you don’t react (itchiness or redness) then you are okay to have the treatment.
How long does the eyelash lift treatment take?
A lash lift can take anything from 45 minutes to an hour from beginning to end, maybe a little longer if you decide to have your eyelashes tinted which will enhance the effect of your lash lift.
Lash Lifts can last 6-8 weeks but can vary from person to person.
Can you use Mascara over a Lash Lift?
Yes, but not waterproof mascara. Although you can use false lashes too, it’s not advisable.
Some clients have commented that they can feel the lashes touching the skin beneath their eyebrows, so adding extensions could aggravate the skin.
What is the difference between lash lift and lash perm?
It’s the rollers that are used – lift is the same as perm but just using different rollers.
Besides curling the eyelashes, lash lifts also lift each individual lash with the help of gently curved, silicone forms. This results in lashes that often appear dramatically longer.
Lash perms, on the other hand, use cylindrical rods to shape the lashes.
In summary, lash lift treatment curls and lifts the lashes at the same time!
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