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Lash Prep

      How do I prep for my lash appointment? 

Come to your appointment with NO EYE MAKEUP on

If you plan to come with eye makeup on, please arrive at least 15 minutes earlier than your scheduled appointment time

*A $10 makeup removal fee will be charged. 


Come in comfortable clothing

Please remove contacts lenses, and bring your glasses to your appointment

Arrive on time 

What to know before getting lash extensions

Lash extensions are not harmful to your natural lashes, when applied correctly and when aftercare instructions are followed. No set of lash extensions are exactly the same, your set will be customized to your natural lashes so that natural lash health is not compromised.

If you are allergic to adhesives (glue, band aids, etc) the products we use may cause a reaction. You also may not be a good candidate If you have extremely oily skin or hair, these oils will break down the adhesive used to bond the extensions causing them to fall out sooner. If you tend to rub your eyes often, lash extensions will not last. Also certain medical conditions listed below may cause you to not be a candidate for lash extensions:

  • Chemotherapy treatments (within the last 6 months)
  • Thyroid medications
  • Lasik surgery (less than 4 months) must wait for 4 weeks post op for medical consent
  • Blepharoplasty (must wait at least 6 months for medical consent) ​

Why do I need to come in for fills?

You should come in for fills every two to three weeks. The reason for this is our lashes go through three growth phases known as anagen, catagen and telogen. This cycle takes approximately 60 days, and can occur faster in warmer months. With those growth phases happening we naturally shed lashes everyday. When the lashes shed the extension that is attached is also lost, and a new lash will start to grow. It is natural to lose 4 or more lashes a day from each eye.