Lash General Information FAQ
Eyelash extensions are not for everyone. It requires you to follow the aftercare instructions provided by the technician, in order for your lashes to last longer and stay in good condition. Failure to follow the aftercare instructions can cause the eyelash extensions to fall out. The following information listed below should be initialed and signed before having the service provided. By signing the following, you’re acknowledging you understand the procedure.
What are lash extensions?
Eyelash extensions are individual synthetic mink or mink lashes. They are attached to your eyelash one by one not to the skin. It is a very careful service, which requires skill and Precision. However, this will be a relaxing service to you. Once applied these lashes are so natural looking it is difficult to tell, even a close that you have extensions on. There are many different sizes, curl patterns and diameters. Together we will customize the lash look you desire.
How long did the eyelashes last?
This depends on the person’s natural lash cycle. On average a person will lose 5 to 7 natural lashes per day. Your natural lash cycle is about 90 days. When your natural lashes sheds the extensions will fall out with that lash. To maintain a full appearance is recommended to get a fill every 2 to 4 weeks. Your initial full set takes around two hours and refills can be done and as little as one hour. When your natural lashes, the extensions will fall out with that lash. Most salons consider a full set to be 75 lashes per eye . I do not believe in this, because the average person has 150 lashes per eye. Therefore, you can go a little longer during refills, and have a beautiful full set!
What type of adhesive does Lash use?
Our skilled technicians only use medical-grade adhesive to apply semir permit eyelash extensions. Derma- bond technology ( used by physicians to bond skin together) is the basis for the structure of our eyelash extension adhesive. It is been specifically formulated to work on sensitive areas of the body, such as the eye to reduce skin irritation. Allergic reactions are rare occurrences and are usually the result of incorrect eyelash extension application, seasonal allergies or improper at homecare. Clients are advised remove contact lenses prior to the eyelash extension application. We will not be held liable for any damage that you make cause by trying to remove the eyelash extensions on your own or a different technician that is not at Lash.