1. How long does it take to apply lash extensions?
A new set of lashes usually take about 45-90 minutes, but also depends on the set of lashes you decide to get.
2. How long can a set of lash extension last ?
A new set of lashes will last between 3-5 weeks depends on the growth cycle of your lashes.
3. How often coming in for lash refills?
To maintain the full look of your lashes, it will require you to maintain refills after 2-3 weeks of new set.
4. Can I still wear makeup or mascara?
We do not recommend wearing mascara since it is very difficult to remove from the extensions without pulling at your natural eyelashes. Please use oil-free cosmetics when removing makeup close to the eye area while you still have eyelash extensions on.
5. Can I use an eyelash curler to curl my lash extensions?
No, an eyelash curler will break the bond on your extensions and will damage your natural eyelashes.
6. Can I still draw eyeliner?
Yes, you can. However, only water-based makeup removal should be used as oil based makeup removal will disintegrate the glue holding the extensions to your lashes. Do use a cotton bud to remove eyeliner. If a cotton pad is used, remove the eye makeup in upward sweeping motion.
7. Is the eyelash glue safe?
We use top grade glue from Korea that is suitable even for sensitive eyes.
8. How do you remove eyelash extensions?
Please do not attempt to remove the lash extensions yourself as it may hurt your own lashes. It is best to schedule an appointment to have them professionally removed by us, with a special removing solvent. You may also choose to wait for your natural lash cycle to complete and have the extensions fall off naturally.
9. Can I still wash my face or eye area?
Yes, you can. It is important to keep your eye area clean. However, it is advisable to only let your eye area be in contact with water 4-6 hours after extension.
10. Will extensions cause my own lashes to fall out?
It is a common misconception that extensions cause natural lashes to fall out. Each day 3-5 of our own lashes fall,however, very often it goes unnoticed as our lashes are very fine. With extensions, the lashes are now thicker and longer, hence it is more apparent that the lashes have fallout.