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No matter how much mascara you layer on, sometimes your lashes just need an extra boost. And while lash extensions and falsies are always an option, they also require far more maintenance. Enter: the lash lift. Essentially a perm for your natural lashes, this relatively low-maintenance process lifts and curls lashes long-term. For those looking to shave a little time off of their morning routines, this might be a treatment to consider. 

A lash lift curls your lash from base to tip so that you can see the full length.  All lashes have a natural shape to them, so this process alters that shape via a tiny curling rod and a lifting solution. 

Based on your lash length and shape, the aesthetician will then pick a suitable curling rod size to shape the lashes.

Then, she will cleanse the eye area and place a silicone rod onto the eyelids. The natural lashes are then curled over and attached to the rod with an adhesive to set the lashes. Once everything is positioned correctly, a lifting lotion is applied to allow the lashes to mold around the curling rod, followed by a setting lotion that sets the lash shape.

Expect the whole thing to take about 30 minutes. 

The results typically last four to six weeks, depending on how quickly your eyelashes grow. You should avoid mascara for 48 hours after the treatment, and leave lashes untouched for a full day. “No makeup, or water should come in contact with your lashes for 24 hours to ensure the lift correctly sets into shape. Then, you can fully enjoy the treatment’s results.  

We also offer brow waxing, brow lamination, and tinting for brows and lashes.

 

If using a lash growth serum, start at least 6 weeks before your treatment for full length and volume.

Arrive make up free, especially mascara.

For brow wax, please stop using retinols and tretinoin at least 2 weeks prior to treatment.  Failure to do so may cause skin compromise and can lead to scarring.

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