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Eyelash Extension FAQ’s

requently Asked Questions About Eyelash Extensions

They are temporary not permanent.

Do they comes in various colors ?

Yes, they comes in a variety of colors, types, length and thickness.

How long does it take to get a full new set done?

Usually it takes an hour to two hours to attach a full new set.

Are they FDA approved?

Yes , they are.

Why only 2 to 4 weeks?

Every 2 to 4 weeks because that is the growth cycle of your natural lashes.

requently Asked Questions About Eyelash Extensions

They are temporary not permanent.

Can you go swimming?

Yes, the bond we use is waterproof, so swimming and exercise is okay, but not recommended until after 12-24 hours after application.

What is the adhesive consist of?

Lash adhesive is designed to be used and on the natural lashes, never touching the skin. All cyanoacrylate adhesives are made using the same properties and ingredients found in medical-grade adhesives.

What are they made of?

They are made of high quality synthetic fiber.

What happens if glue gets in eyes?

We use glue that is safe for eyes, When applied properly the neither the glue or the extension should not touch the eyelid.

How long does the bond hold?

The bond is designed to last until the lashes naturally fall out, but if using oil based products, they will come out faster because the oil based products weekends the bond between the glue and eyelash causing them to fall out.

Are eyelash extensions and false eyelashes the same thing?

No, eyelash extensions are applied one by one to avoid sticking together to look like clumps.

There are a few precautions to protect your beautiful new extensions

  1. Do not get lashes wet for about 12-24 hours after they have been applied|
  2. Avoid hot steam or saunas
  3. Avoid running water on your eyelashes
  4. Do not rub your eyes
  5. Use ONLY water based mascara.  It’s optional, but better if not used
  6. Use water based make up remover
  7. Do not perm your eyelashes
  8. Use oil free products
  9. You should use oil-free make up removal wipes, eyelid cleanser, and avoid rubbing around the eye area.

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