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What to Expect

You are invited to a FREE consultation where we will discuss your desired look and carry out a patch test. The patch test is required at least 24 hours prior to treatment to ensure there are no allergic reactions to the medical grade maximum strength glue used.  This involves 2/3 eyelash extensions being applied to both eyes and takes approximately 15 minutes.

Before Your Appointment

Before your appointment we ask that you remove any eye makeup with an oil free remover. If you wear contact lenses, you should remove them and bring your glasses, as contact lenses should not be reinserted until 24 hours after treatment.

Bespoke Tailoring

Bespoke tailoring -  Each client has between 90-160 lashes per eye, with differing requirements so there are  5 different curvatures, 8 different weights and 14 different lengths to accommodate all. Your lifestyle, eye and face shape are taken into account; as a result your lash design is 100% customised and the integrity of your natural lashes preserved.

Treatment

When your full set of eyelash extensions are applied we ask that you allow approximately 2 hours for application. To ensure the fullest set, we apply one by one to every suitable individual lash. This is a very relaxing treatment where you'll be lying down - it’s not unusual for clients to fall asleep, to wake with luscious lashes.

Post Treatment

Like your fingernails and the hair on your head, your individual eyelashes grow out on a continuous cycle of replenishment.  A full set will last up to 6/8 weeks dependent upon the individual and aftercare taken.  In order to keep your lash extensions full and looking great, simple maintenance or "infill" appointments are required typically every 2-3 weeks and you have to have at least 50% of your lashes remaining to be classed as infills. Existing lash extensions will be cleaned and tidied, loose lashes will be removed and new lashes applied.
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