EYELASHES

CLASSIC EYELASH EXTENSION

Classic lashing is a technique in which a single extension is applied to one isolated natural lash. Classic lashes are perfect for adding length and some fullness to your natural lash line. Classic lashes will give the appearance of wearing mascara.

If you are blessed with a good amount of natural lashes, then you will always achieve a fuller look than a client with few or sparse natural lashes.

We aim to apply as many extensions as we can to your suitable natural lashes.

Session length: 2 hours max

Cost: £40

Infills

If clients would like to maintain their extensions, then they must return within 3 weeks for an infill. Clients are expected to return to their infill appointment with 40-50% of the set remaining for it to be classed as an infill.

Session Length: 1h - 1h30

Cost: £30

HYDRID LASHES

Hybrid eyelash extensions are the half way step between a classic set of eyelash extensions and a volume (Russian volume) set.

A 50/50 mixture of 1:1 lashes and the handmade fanned, volume style lashes (NOT cluster lashes popped on – this is cheating and terrible for the natural lashes!)

hey’re perfect for anyone wanting to add a bit of extra drama to their classic set, or for anyone wanting to test out volume lashes without fully committing. They are great for anyone with naturally fine or slightly gappy lashes, whereby volume fans can be placed in sparser areas to make the lash line look fuller.

Session Length: 2 hours

Cost:£45

Infills

If clients would like to maintain their extensions, then they must return within 3 weeks for an infill. Clients are expected to return to their infill appointment with 40-50% of the set remaining for it to be classed as an infill.

Session Length: 1h30

Cost: £35

RUSSIAN VOLUME 

Russian Volume eyelash extensions are the application of multiple, ultra fine and lightweight eyelash extensions to one natural lash.

This treatment is suitable for the client with either sparse natural lashes, or a client that requires a thicker fuller look. The use of 3-4 extensions to one natural lash will create a fluffier and fuller look than can be achieved with classic eyelash extensions

Session Length: 2h30 - 3hours

Cost:£55

Infills

If clients would like to maintain their extensions, then they must return within 3 weeks. Clients are expected to return to their infill appointment with 40-50% of the set remaining for it to be classed as an infill.

Session Length: 1h30 - 2hours 

Cost:£40

FAQ's about aftercare for Eyelashes

Can I swim/showe get my lashes wet?



Yes. This is one of our favourite things about eyelash extensions – you can have pretty eyes when you wake up, straight out of the shower, and even out of the pool! If you’re swimming in water that is chlorinated or salty, splash your extensions with fresh water afterwards. Avoid detergents, oily soaps and eye-rubbing and your lashes should last well. Try to pat them dry gently.




How do I take care of my Eyelash Extension?


Do not wet or dampen your lashes for 24 hours MINIMUM after your lash appointment – in that 24-hour period, the lash glue is still in its crucial curing period. Try to avoid: steamy hot showers, baths or the spa, heavy gym sessions, rain, facials and swimming. After 24 hours, you’re totally fine to go ahead! Use only oil-free products, especially makeup remover – check in with our receptionists or your lash stylist if you need any advice on removers! Let your facialist know if you have eyelash extensions applied – lashes don’t mix well with steam, so they can usually find another way to give you your favourite facial. If you are getting a facial, please don’t do it immediately after you’ve had extensions applied. Do not rub or pull at your lashes – the more you touch them with your fingers, the more oil and dirt you introduce to the area. They like to be left alone! Avoid using mechanical eyelash curlers – these can rip out your extensions! Gently brush lashes with your lash wand to put them back into place each morning – this will detangle and fluff them out! Please avoid using mascara on your extensions! Cleanse your lashes 3-4 times per week using a lash-safe cleanser. To make your lashes last as long as you can, its best to avoid steam rooms, saunas and bikram (hot) yoga. If you do these things, you might need to come in a little more frequently for infills.




How do I remove eye make up when wearing eyelash extension?


You must use an oil-free, glycol-free, lash-safe makeup remover – oil-based removers will damage the lash adhesive and can make eyelash extensions fall off prematurely. Lady Lash has sourced some high-quality makeup removers specifically formulated for eyelash extensions Please DON’T use micellar water, makeup wipes, baby oil to remove your makeup – these contain oils, with makeup wipes usually snagging and pulling on your extensions. Once you’ve removed using makeup remover, cleanse with a lash-safe foaming lash cleanser. Please be gentle – they are fragile when wet – don’t rub them firmly, they need gentle cleansing to last well!




Do eyelash extension damage your natural lashes?


Absolutely not – if they are applied properly! At KrisBeauty, we take special care to ensure that our lash extensions are all applied individually and correctly to maintain your eyelash health. To ensure the long-term health of your lashes, we highly recommend that you take the advice of your lash stylist regarding the maximum thickness and length that your lashes can safely hold. As long as an extension of the appropriate/safe length and thickness has been applied, your natural lashes will continue to grow through a normal lash cycle. Please listen to your lash stylist’s advice about how long/heavy you should go, especially if you have naturally thin or sparse lashes. Don’t try to remove the eyelash extensions yourself – this could easily damage your natural lashes, as the adhesive bond is extremely strong.





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