After Lash Lifting, Tinting and Brow Sculpting
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Before Lash Lifting, Tinting and Brow Scultpting
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EYELASH LIFTING AND TINTING
Before you make an appointment for Lash Lifting and Tinting there are a few things to consider. Do you suffer from any of the following?
Alopecia of the lashes, allergies that make your eyes water extensively, Eye infections, Bells Palsy, Latex allergies, Pregnant or lactating, inflammation of the skin, recent eye surgery, Hayfever, Previous reactions to eye treatments, Glue or Bonding allergies, Eye disease, Blepheritis, allergies to acetone, taking HRT.
If you said yes to any of the above you are probably not a candidate for Eyelash Extensions.
Eyelash Lifting and Tinting $80.00
Brow Sculpting Add On $15.00
Instead of adding lashes you your own why not lift the lashes you have and tint them. They will look as though you have mascara on but they will not run just wake up and go no need for mascara. This service lasts 8-10 weeks.
If you said no to all of the above then you probably are a candidate for Eyelash Lifting and Tinting.
Now that we have established that here are the after care rules that must be followed to make sure that your lashes have a good lash experience.
Come to your appointment with clean lashes. If you wear Mascara please do apply it to the lashes for at least 3 days prior to your lash appointment.
YOU WILL NEED TO AVOID THE FOLLOWING
Do not go into a Pool, Sauna or Hot Tub for at least 48 hours after your Lash appointment. It will take that much time to ensure that your lashes are fully set.
Do not put your face in front of a hot oven allow the heat to dissipate first.
Do not put your face in front of a hot dishwasher allow the steam to escape first.
Use only Oil free Makeup Remover. Oil Based Makeup removers will break down the Lash Lift. We recommend Micella Water.
Use care when applying eye creams avoid the lash line too many oil based products will interfere with your lash lift.
Do not use sprays of any kind on your lashes.
Do not pick or pull at your lashes.
Avoid Sleeping on your lashes.
Do not use an eyelash curler heated or crimped it will damage your lashes.