Lash Care

keeping them lovely

Aftercare

Please follow these guidelines to help keep your eyelash extensions looking beautiful.

The 1st 24

hours

First 24 Hours

Be gentle with your new lashes, do not brush or get them wet. Refrain from touching or rubbing them. This allows the glue to thoroughly cure and helps with the retention of your lash extensions.

First 48 Hours
Avoid swimming, steam rooms, saunas, or extreme heat. 

  • Do not use an eyelash curler or try to perm or tint them. This will break the bond on the extensions and might damage your natural lashes.
     

  • Do not use oil-based products (oil-based eye makeup, makeup remover, moisturizer, cleanser, sunscreen, Micellar Water or any product that contains glycol or glycerin) on or near your lashes. Use products with non-oily, non-creamy formulas to remove eye makeup. Oil-based and glycol/glycerine based makeup products will dissolve the adhesive on the eyelash extensions, and will cause your extensions to fall off sooner than expected.

    DO use lash bath, lash bath, bath please.

     

  • Avoid rubbing your eyes roughly when cleaning your face.
     

  • Try not to sleep on your face. I know that's a tough one, so it helps to use a satin pillow case or a sleep mask. Your lashes will catch on cotton a pillow case.
     

  • Be very careful when removing makeup in the eye area. Gently go over the eye area, sweep up and away from the lash extensions.
     

  • Using mascara on eyelash extensions is not recommended. You can wear mascara on your bottom lashes, but be sure to clean them before going to sleep so the mascara doesn't transfer to your top lashes.
     

  • Do not over brush your lashes.  Once or twice a day is sufficient.
     

  • DO NOT PULL ON ANY LOOSE EXTENSIONS! Do not attempt to remove the lash extensions yourself; allow the extensions to fall off naturally or schedule an appointment to have them professionally removed.
     

  • Maintain your lash extensions with regular touch-up appointments, please schedule in advance as availability can be limited.