Lash Lift &Tint Procedure
What Is A Lash Lift?
Lash Lift is a semi-permanent treatment that gives your natural lashes of perfectly curled lashes with added definition. It is a great alternative to eyelash extensions, as it requires little maintenance and has long lasting results. Lash Lifting an Tinting are procedures very relaxing! You just lie on the bed and relax.
How Long Does A Lash Lift Last?
The lash lift can last 6 to 8 weeks. But keep in mind that most people lose between 1 and 3 natural eyelashes per day, and new lashes grow in, you’ll notice the effect of the lash lift begin to lessen. By 6-8 weeks, you’ll have enough new growth hairs to need another lash lift. Because the new hairs growing in are untreated and straighter.
How Far Apart Should You Space Your Appointments?
Because the process works best on healthy virgin lashes, will only work on repeat clients every 8 weeks to allow the old lashes proper time to shed.
Thank you for visiting a Certified Stylist!. We hope you are loving your new extensions! Please review the information below to keep your lashes looking beautiful.
To maximize the longevity of the eyelash extension and the amount of eyelash extension application time, please try to come with no eye makeup on and with your eyes and lashes thoroughly cleansed you will have avoided wearing waterproof mascara at least 2 days prior to your appointment. Once you are wearing lash extensions you are strongly cautioned not to wear mascara because the oils in mascara will break down the adhesive bond.
Eyelashes can be trained to grow upward using a few simple techniques on a daily basis. This can be helpful for lashes that grow naturally downward. Women lose an average of five eye lashes a day, though new eyelashes immediately begin to grow. New lashes can be curled to grow upward, prevent breakage and stimulate growth
1. What do I need to bring with me?
You CAN NOT HAVE any eye make-up, mascara, eye shadow, eyeliner or false eyelashes. Please bring your contact lens case If you use contact lenses.
2. If I have a medical condition with my eyes, Can I get eye lash extensions?
It is advisable to reschedule to get eyelash extensions if you have conjunctivitis, sty, itchiness, redness, swelling or a rash in or around your eyes. We also propose customers who have cold or seasonal allergies to reschedule the eyelash extension procedure.
Women have been using false lashes for decades to enhance their beauty. Starting in 1916 when director D. W. Griffith requested that silent film actress Seena Owen have lashes “that brushed her cheeks, to make her eyes shine larger than life.” A local wig maker created the lashes by weaving human hair onto gauze and then glued this to her eye lids! The false lash industry has come a LONG way since this first invention, providing us with a multitude of styles, from strip lashes to individuals and semi-permanent extensions. You can choose silk, sable, mink and synthetic fibers as well as single, double or triple layers, exaggerated cat eyes or doll-like fans, women today have never had more choice when it comes to their lashes.
Recently have appeared on the market a lot of very expensive products that ensure the growth of eyelashes, but the cosmetic market is a tub of sharks able to tell us anything for selling. We must pay attention to the resources that nature gives us for free and without contraindications, especially in the case of our eyes. So today I want to share with you some natural treatments to repair eyelashes.