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A deposit is required to book your appointment.

A $20 fee will be charged to process any & all cancellations! 

Treatment Care

Your lash extensions are attached to your own individual eyelashes, and will shed as your natural lashes shed. Maintaining your lash extensions will require regular visits to attach new extensions (fill-in) to your own eyelashes as your eyelash growth cycle regenerates new lashes.

With a few simple care instructions, you will be on your way to enjoying your luscious long lashes. To increase the longevity of your lashes, it is advised to avoid moisture and touching as much as possible.

Before your appointment

If you use waterproof mascara, avoid using it 2-3 days before your first appointment. The film it leaves on your lashes may prevent the extensions from adhering correctly.  We highly recommend to never use waterproof mascara after your treatment.

Arrive at your appointment with dry, clean lashes and makeup-free eyes.

Remove contact lenses before your appointment.

During the initial 24-48 hours after your appointment

Do not get your lashes wet for 24 hours after the lash extensions are applied. It will affect the efficacy of the glue.

Avoid steam from showers, facials, saunas and swimming pools.

Avoid getting moisture around the eye area when washing face, showering etc.

Avoid tanning beds for 48 hours after application.

Avoid chemical peels, waxing or laser treatments around the eyes.

General guidelines to extend the life of your lashes

Avoid using oil-based skincare and makeup products around the eye, including mascara and makeup remover.

Avoid waterproof mascara. If you can, it is better not to use any mascara at all. You may find you don’t even need it!

Avoid running water over your face. Moisture will break down the bond of the glue.

Avoid rubbing your eyes or lashes, especially when washing your face. It is recommended to clean around the eye area with a washcloth or cotton swab (Q-tip).

Avoid using an eyelash curler. One of the benefits of lash extensions is the ability to add curl to your lashes. If you would like more curl, please speak to your technician.

If you can, sleep on your back to avoid the risk of lashes rubbing against your pillow.

Gently brush your lashes with a mascara wand to groom them. The best time to do this is after showering, as they will be softer and less likely to damage.

Avoid pulling your lashes, and do not attempt to remove them yourself. If you would like them removed, please contact your technician.

If you experience any pain, redness or irritation, contact your technician immediately.

Terms & Conditions

Although every precaution will be taken to ensure your safety and wellbeing before, during and after your lash extension application, please be aware of the following information and possible risks. Please initial:

A full set of lash extensions can make the appearance of your lashes about 30-50% thicker, and make your lashes appear 20-50% longer. 

Lash extension services have some inherent risk of irritation to the orbital eye area, including the eye itself, and could result in stinging and burning, blurry vision and although extremely rare, potential blindness should the adhesive enter the eye or should an allergic reaction occur. 

Some irritation, itching or burning may occur on the skin if the bonding agent comes into contact with it. 

This is a semi-permanent procedure, as your natural lashes continue to grow and fall out normally, so will the extensions. Making touch-up or “fill” appointments is necessary to maintain the original look achieved by replacing the lashes that have fallen out. Most clients require a fill appointment every 2-3 weeks. 

While every attempt will be made to provide you with the length and fullness I have chosen, the final result vary with each person.

Understand that it is imperative that you disclose any information that you feel is important. 

Tell your technician of all conditions and circumstances regarding your health history, medications being taken, and any past reactions to products or medications. 

Additional conditions could occur or be discovered during the procedure which could affect my ability to tolerate the procedure.