Posted on March 13, 2021
Taking a break from lash extensions? Enter the Lash Lift!
What is a Lash Lift?
As the newest “it” trend on the beauty block, lash lifts are making major waves–and for good reason. Not only does the procedure require little effort, but it also lasts longer than eyelash extensions with less maintenance! You can also customize your results from the shape of the curl to adding a tint if you don’t plan on wearing mascara every day.
After the quick, painless, and affordable treatment, your eyes will look instantly brighter and more open, making you seem more youthful and awake. Plus, your lashes will get that sexy curl and flutter you’ve always wanted!
Think of it like permanently curling your lashes and applying mascara that never wears off.
What is the process of a Lash Lift?
Our Lash Up technician will separate your lower and upper lashes. Then glue your lashes to a pad to start shaping your eyelashes into a deeper curl. The natural lashes are then curled over and attached to a pad or rod with an adhesive to set the lashes. Once the technician 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. Clients can expect the whole process to take about 45-60 minutes.
How long does a Lash Lift last?
The results typically last four to six weeks, depending on how quickly your eyelashes grow. No makeup, or water should come in contact with your lashes for 24 hours to ensure the lift correctly sets into shape.
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.
Basically, the longevity of your lash lift will depend on how quickly your own lashes grow and regenerate and how much care of your eyelashes you take. You can try to extend the results by using eyelash growth serums, but the treatment is not meant to be permanent.
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