Extensions, Lash Lift & Brow Lamination

Eyelash extensions are time efficient, perfect for everyday wear, perfect for special occasions and in some cases, eyelash growth manipulation. Prior to servicing each client, we listen to your lash goals and study the shape of your face and eyes to best CUSTOMIZE your set to enhance your lashes!

Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions are semipermanent lashes that are hand-glued on top of your natural lashes. Unlike strip lashes, lash extensions are glued on individually to your natural hairs, so they're super customizable and actually look real.
Classic lash Extensions
1:1 One lash extension being placed on one natural lash. This lash set is great for people with naturally full lashes.
Hybrid Lash Extensions
Classic + Volume. This enhancement is great for people looking for a little more oomph and fullness than a classic set.
Volume Lash Extensions
4-7 fine lash extensions being placed on 1 natural lash. This technique is designed to give you a bolder, fuller, fluffier look.
Lash extensions usually last about 3 to 4 weeks but If you take proper care of them, eyelash extensions can last for 6 to 8 weeks until they fall out just like your natural lashes usually do. Once they start falling out, though, you can go back and have your lash stylist fill in the missing pieces. Therefore, technically, you can make your extensions last indefinitely.
There are a few things you should do to maintain your eyelash extensions. For the first 48 hours after application, avoid taking a shower, washing your eyes, or getting your eyelash extensions wet. Water can affect the glue, causing the bond to become brittle and easy to break. After the first 48 hours, residue will start to build up around the lash line if you don’t wash your extensions. This can lead to eye infections and other eye issues. Instead, you’re going to want to clean your lash extensions around every 3 days.
You can do so by performing the following steps:
1. Brush them with a soft bristle brush.
2. Wash them with a special eyelash extension cleanser or distilled water.
3. Let the water from your shower run down your face and over your eyes.
Every morning, you’re going to want to brush your eyelash tips to keep them looking good. It’s best to use a clean, dry spoolie (aka the kind of brush used to apply mascara) and to support your lashes with a clean finger as you brush.
Don’t pick at them. Your extensions will feel weird at first, but after a couple days, you should feel more comfortable with them.
You shouldn’t be using any oil-based products near your eyelash extensions. Check your products before using them — especially eye creams and makeup removers.
You’ll also want to skip mascara, even the ones that market themselves as “extension-safe.” Waterproof makeup can soften the glue on your lash extensions. If you use eyeliner, opt for a water-based, non-waterproof version — and be gentle when you remove your makeup at the end of the night.
Rubbing your eyes isn’t good for your extensions. It could damage them and your real lashes.
Powdery eyeshadow might not be a great idea either, as the powder can get stuck in the glue and build up over time.
Avoid sleeping on your stomach or side. If you sleep on your stomach or your side, you might crush your lashes, making them last a shorter period. If you sleep on your back instead, they’ll last longer.
Avoid clustering lashes. Cluster lashes are three hairs glued together to give your lashes a more voluminous look, but they’re also heavier — which means they pull on your natural lashes. This can damage your natural lashes over time.
Avoid Moisture and extreme heat. Don’t use eyelash curlers. They can damage your extensions or pull them out.

Lash Lift

The lash lift (or lamination) is a perm for your natural lashes. This relatively low-maintenance process lifts and curls lashes long-term. A lash lift curls your lash from base to tip so that you can see the full length. For those looking to shave a little time off from their morning routines, this is definitely a treatment to consider.
Every treatment begins with a thorough consultation to determine what kind of lash style you are looking to achieve. Based on your answers, your therapist will then pick a suitable curling rod size to shape the lashes. Next, your therapist will cleanse the eye area and place a silicone rod onto the eyelids. The natural lashes are then curled over and attached to the rod with an adhesive to set the lashes. Once the therapist ensures everything is positioned correctly, a lifting lotion is applied to allow the lashes to mold around the curling rod, followed by a setting lotion that sets the lash shape. Expect the whole procedure to take about 45-60 minutes.
Results typically last four to six weeks, depending on how quickly your eyelashes grow. You should avoid mascara for 48 hours after the treatment and leave lashes untouched for a full day. “No makeup, or water should come in contact with your lashes for 24 hours to ensure the lift correctly sets into shape. Then, you can fully enjoy the treatment’s results. Once lashes are set, products can help keep lashes in tip-top shape. “For post treatment care we recommend a lash oil to keep your lashes nourished and conditioned.
Lashes can be long or short, but must be at least 4mm to get the service; lash tint is including in this service. Tinting will lift and darken your natural lashes and create a balanced, effortless look for the client who wants a natural “woke up like this” appearance.

Eyebrow Lamination

Eyebrow lamination is a noninvasive and painless eyebrow procedure. This treatment uses lifting cream and other products to straighten brow hair, change its direction, fill in gaps, and create fuller-looking brows. Eyebrow lamination, also called brow lift or brow sculpt, is a procedure that involves applying a solution to straighten and lift eyebrow hair. A solution breaks down the bonds in each strand, allowing our providers to move them in any direction. It is important for a person to avoid getting their eyebrows wet with the following for 24 hours: sweat, steam, water, makeup, skin care products. It is also important not to use exfoliants such as retinol in order to prevent skin irritation for 72 hours. The process takes about 45–60 minutes and includes eyebrow waxing and tinting services.
People may choose to have their eyebrows laminated for several reasons, such as: • The procedure is usually noninvasive and pain-free. • It can give a natural look. • It does not use needles and semipermanent makeup. • The brows often look bolder, fuller, fluffier, and thicker. Eyebrow lamination can help people with: • naturally thin, curly, or unruly hair that grows in all directions. • uneven eyebrows • eyebrows that lack definition or shape • thinning hair due to age or illness or gaps in brows due to overtweezing or over waxing
The effects of laminated brows typically last 6–8 weeks. Laminated hair naturally grows out following the usual growth cycle of brows, which is around 6–8 weeks for many people. Regularly moisturizing and conditioning the brows can help prolong treatment effects and keep them healthy. We require a patch test at least 24 hours before your eyelash extensions, lash lift(lamination) and/or brow lamination appointment to ensure you don’t have a reaction to the solutions used. Patch testing describes a procedure to help identify what ingredients might irritate a person’s skin. Many skin care products contain chemicals that can cause an allergic reaction when applied to their skin. By performing a patch test, we can determine if a product contains ingredients that may cause a skin reaction.