1What Are Eyelash Extensions?
Eyelash extensions are individual strands of faux lashes expertly attached to each natural eyelash with a special medical grade adhesive. They are applied to the eyelashes themselves and never in direct contact with your skin. They range in thickness, curl shape, lash length and durability.
2How long does it take?
Approximately an hour for classic set and for volume sets we take about 2 hours.
3How long do they last and how long do I have to wait for a fill in?
Typically a full set for a one time purpose lasts 3-4 weeks till they all shed off completely. But we recommend to come in for a fill in every 2-3 weeks!
4Individual Sets vs Volume Sets
Our individual lash set technique is where we adhere a single faux lash to as many natural lashes as the client has in order to achieve the desired "Natural" or "Glamour" look.
Our Volume set lash technique is where we adhere a combination of 2D or 3D fans to as many natural lashes as the client has in order to achieve the desired “Natural Volume” or "Glamour Volume" look.
5What is lash lift and tint?
A lash lift and tint is a lash service that permanently curls and tints natural eyelashes. Lash lifting is a new age lash perm that uses silicone shields and a series of cream-based products to curl natural eyelashes—eliminating the need for eyelash curlers.
6How should I prepare prior to an appointment?
-Remove Eye Makeup. Makeup close to the eye area must be removed prior to the application process. We recommend using a mild, oil-free cleanser. Avoid oil-based makeup removers.
-Do not apply face creams or sunblock in the eye area. The oil found in many moisturizers prevents eyelash adhesive from bonding to the natural eyelash and reduces the longevity of your eyelash extensions.
-Do not wear mascara. Removing mascara can be very time-consuming and any residual makeup will prevent proper application of the extensions.
-Do not curl your lashes before your appointment. Extensions will not adhere to crimped eyelashes.
7How can I take care of my lashes after my appointment?
No water or sweat to the eyes for at least 24 hours is recommend. No oil based skin or eye products, no oil makeup remover ( Make sure to use an oil-free makeup remover.) No rubbing or tugging on the eyes or lashes, its safe to swim in the salt water just wait 24 hours after you get your set filled.
8 What kind of glue do you use?
We are offering 3 of our very own glues. Our first is Bold Glue for clients with no reaction , but we offer two more glues that are latex free and/or sensitive free if someone does have a strong reaction to the bold glue.
9What kind of lashes do you use?
We offer 3 different hairs Cashmere , Synthetic, and Silk.
10What is Microblading?
Microblading is a way of semi-permanent make-up, where through manual process of inserting pigment into the upper layers of skin we create the desired fullness and shape of the eyebrows. The effects last up to 12 months after which the pigment fades leaving the skin and your natural brows exactly as they were.
We recommend that you schedule your next service prior to leaving the lash bar.
Tax and gratuities are not included in your total amount. It is common practice to tip 15% – 20% of the original service price. Please feel free to extend a gratuity as a result of your spa experience, they are greatly appreciated. Gratuities are accepted in the form of cash.
Products & Services are not refundable. All services purchased will expire 1 year after the first session is redeemed. Gift cards expire one year after purchase.
Clients between 15 and 18 years old must present written permission from their parents or guardian prior to their first spa service. Clients under 15 years old must have a parent.
15What special pricing is available for groups?
We offer 10 % off when booked as a Group Spa Day. Group need 5 people and up.
16How far in advance should I schedule my group?
Advanced booking of at least four weeks is suggested for better availability, especially Friday through Sunday when demand for appointments is high. Reservations are made on a first come first served basis and are subject to availability.