Lash Extensions

Luxurious lash extensions are a popular beauty treatment that involves attaching individual synthetic or natural eyelashes to your existing lashes, giving the appearance of longer, fuller, and more voluminous lashes. This treatment is designed to enhance the beauty of your eyes, creating a dramatic and alluring look.

The lash extensions are applied using a specially-formulated adhesive and can last up to 3.5 weeks with proper care. They come in different lengths, thicknesses, and styles, so your lash artist can choose a look that complements your eye shape and personal style.

The process of getting lash extensions usually takes between 1-2.5 hours, and involves lying down with your eyes closed while a trained lash artist applies the lashes. The treatment is painless, and most people find it relaxing enough to fall fast asleep.

Luxurious lash extensions require some aftercare to ensure they last as long as possible. You will need to avoid rubbing or pulling at them. It’s also important to avoid using oil-based products on or around your eyes, as these can weaken the adhesive and cause the lashes to fall out prematurely.

Overall, luxurious lash extensions are a great option for people who want to enhance their natural beauty and achieve a glamorous, eye-catching look without the hassle of applying mascara or strip lashes every day.


Lash extensions can be safe when applied by a trained and experienced technician and when proper aftercare is followed. However, there are some potential risks and considerations to be aware of:

  1. Allergic reactions: Some people may be sensitive or allergic to the adhesives or materials used in lash extensions. Allergic reactions can cause redness, itching, or swelling around the eyes. To mitigate this risk, a patch test is recommended before a full application or speak to your doctor first before proceeding.
  2. Damage to natural lashes: If lash extensions are too heavy or too long for your natural lashes, they can cause damage. Over time, the weight of the extensions may weaken your natural lashes, causing them to become brittle and more prone to breakage.
  3. Improper removal: Removing lash extensions incorrectly can also lead to damage. It’s essential to have them professionally removed when you’re ready, as trying to remove them yourself can result in the unintentional pulling out of your natural lashes.
  4. Maintenance and aftercare: Lash extensions require proper care and maintenance. Avoiding oil-based products, heat, rubbing your eyes, or using a lash curler can help preserve the longevity of your extensions.

Yes! The days of waiting 24-48 hours before wetting your lash extensions are now long gone. The new products and technology we use allows your extensions to get wet right away. Here are some tips on how to handle lash extensions and water:

  1. Avoid excessive moisture: While lash extensions can handle moisture, it’s best to avoid excessive exposure to water. Activities such as swimming, hot tubs, and saunas should be done with care. If you do get your lashes wet, be sure to wash and pat them dry gently with a clean, lint-free towel.
  2. Cleansing: It’s essential to keep your lash extensions clean to prevent any build-up of oils or debris. You can use a gentle specially formulated lash shampoo to clean your lashes (your technician should sell these at their salon) Be gentle during the cleaning process to avoid damaging the extensions
  3. Shower with care: When showering, try to avoid direct streams of water hitting your lashes, instead, you can cup your hands to rinse off the shampoo
  4. Use a sleep mask: If you’re concerned about lash extensions rubbing against your pillow or bedding, using a sleep mask can help protect them during the night, preferably the concave eye masks. That way, you can sleep any which way you would like without damaging your extensions

Lash extensions removals are completed by lash techs who use professional grade removers that can come in the consistency of gel or cream. After application, the remover dissolves the adhesive within 10-15 minutes. The artist will then start to remove all lash extensions. Be sure to keep your eyes closed at this point as it may result in burning if any part of the remover gets in contact with the eye. After the removal is complete, your artist will finish the last step by thoroughly washing your eyes with lash shampoo and water.

Lash extensions can damage your natural lashes if they not applied or maintained correctly. Here are some ways in which lash extensions could potentially harm your natural lashes:

  1. Excessive Weight: If the extensions are too heavy or long in comparison to your natural lashes, they can cause strain and weaken your natural lashes over time. The additional weight can lead to breakage and premature shedding.
  2. Pulling or Tugging: Rubbing your eyes, tugging on the extensions, or using lash curlers on them can result in damage to both the extensions and your natural lashes.
  3. Infrequent Maintenance: Proper maintenance of lash extensions, including regular fills, is crucial to avoid the appearance of gaps and potential damage to your natural lashes. Neglecting maintenance can cause your extensions to become too heavy, leading to strain on your natural lashes.

To prevent potential damage to your natural lashes when getting lash extensions, follow these recommendations:

  • Follow the aftercare instructions provided by your technician, which may include recommendations for gentle cleansing and avoiding rubbing or pulling on your lashes.
  • Avoid excessive use of mascara or other eye makeup products that could clump or weigh down your lash extensions.

When applied correctly and cared for properly, lash extensions should not damage your natural lashes. It’s essential to communicate openly with your technician, follow their advice, and be diligent in your aftercare routine to maintain the health and appearance of your natural lashes

When applied properly and with care, lash extensions should not directly damage your eyes. However, to minimize the risk of damage to your eyes, follow these guidelines:

  • Choose a reputable and certified lash technician who has experience in the field.
  • Communicate any concerns or discomfort during and after the application with your technician.
  • If you experience unusual symptoms, such as redness, irritation, or swelling around the eyes, contact your technician or a medical professional immediately.

You should wash your lashes at least 1-2x a day using a fluffy eyeshadow blending brush and lash shampoo. Oil, dirt, debris, makeup and eye crust are all things that can induce premature shedding.

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Lash extensions should not be painful when applied correctly. In fact, the application process is typically a comfortable and relaxing experience. Most clients like to take a nap during application.

Lash extensions begin to shed when your own natural lash is ready to shed. Just like the hair on your head, your hair naturally falls out when it has gone through its natural cycle. Other factors that can affect shedding include hormones, stress level, and diet.

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