Eye Lash Extensions
These are individual lash extensions glued to one individual natural lash. With normal wear and quality care, your lashes should need to be filled every two to three weeks.
Natural lashes grow and shed. Extensions grow out with the natural lash. All lashes do NOT need to be removed. This is why we fill them, only where the others have shed.
Full Set-$175/120 mins
Fills- $60/45 mins
“Try Me” set of lashes—- RECOMMENDED for first timers If you have never had lashes before, this is a GREAT way to try the lashes and see how comfortable they are and be sure there are no reactions. Each eye will get some subtle extensions they will be symmetrical but subtle.
What You Need to Know About Your Lashes
How long will my lash extensions last?
This depends on a couple of things: your natural eyelash growth cycle and how well you take care of them. Eyelash growth cycle varies from person to person; it is affected by genetics, and also by other external factors.
What is an eyelash growth cycle?
It consists of three phases: the growth phase (hair actively grows), the resting phase (growth stops), and the shedding phase (as a new hair grows from the follicle, the old hair will shed).
Every eyelash is on its own cycle so you do not have to worry about all of them falling out at once. Growth cycles can last anywhere from 30 to 100 days.
What if I pull an eyelash out, will it grow back?
Yes, eyelashes will regrow, but it can take up to two months to fully replace the eyelash depending on where it was in the growth cycle. Be careful, because if you lose a clump of them, each one will take a different amount of time.
Our eyelash extensions are being glued to your natural eyelash. Each natural eyelash has to be a certain length in order for us to adhere an extension to it (which can be in the middle of your growth stage). Your natural eyelash will only last so many days before it falls out. For these reasons you cannot compare how long your eyelash extensions will last to your friends’ extensions. If we skip an eyelash at a touch-up appointment, it is simply that the hair isn’t long enough (or you may need a longer appointment time).