Frequently Asked Questions


Questions and  Answers

Q. Why do I need to get fills?
A. There are three reasons you need to fill your lashes. One, is because your natural lashes grow out flipping the extensions. Two, your lashes fall out naturally (taking the extension) and regrow. Three, the adhesive breaks down and the lash extensions fall off. Anyone of these can be the cause of you losing your lash extensions and it is natural and normal.

Q. When do I need to get a fill in on my extensions?
A. I recommend a fill in every 2-3 weeks. At your fill appointment, I recommend that you have 50% of your extensions. Anything less and I will not be able to completely fill in your lashes at a fill appointment. Book your fill appointments ahead of time to secure your spot.

Q. What should I do if I have an allergic reaction to the adhesive?
A. If a reaction does occur(depending on the severity), you may want to ask your lash artist to remove the extensions. Another option is to ask your lash artist to try a sensitive glue, however, there is no guarantee you will not have another reaction and sensitive glues are known to create a less strong bond causing quicker fallout. If the reaction is extreme, please seek medical attention, as your lash artist is not licensed to give medical advice.

Q. Are allergic reactions common?
A. Reactions are not too common but they do happen, and it is possible to gradually acquire an intolerance for the adhesive.

Q. What is the difference between the classic, volume, and Mega set  and hybrid 
A. A classic set is when a single extension is applied to one natural lash. These are perfect for adding length and curl, but if you are wanting more fullness, you may want to consider Volume 

A volume set is when each fan has anywhere from 2-7 lashes on it, creating fullness that you may not have naturally. This is why it's amazing for those who have a sparse lash line, fine lashes or those who want really full lashes.

A Mega set is for those of you who want extra volume. This set also uses volume fans, but these fans have 8+ lashes on it, creating a very dramatic look.
(The only difference between each set is fullness. You can get any length with any set.)

Hybrid Set  combination of classic and volume lashes 

Please keep in mind that your lash artist will examine your naturals lashes before your appointment. If the length and fullness you are asking for will cause damage to your natural lashes, your lash artist will say no to applying the extensions.

Q. Which style/mapping of lash extensions will look good with my eyes?
A. The answer depends on your eye shape and lashes. Generally speaking; Cat-eye(the most common style/mapping) makes your eyes look wider, or more almond shaped and Open Eye makes your eyes look more open/larger. Don’t be afraid to try something new, you might just love it!

Q. What length of lashes should I get?
A. The length of your natural lashes will greatly effect the maximum length of extensions you want to apply to them. Too long and they will fall out faster. Consider that everyones eyes are set different so what looks like a 14mm extension on your friend may not look the same as a 14mm lash extension on you. A tip: if you wear glasses and don’t want your new extensions to brush them as you blink, don’t go longer than a 12mm lash.

Q. How do I care for my lashes after my appointment?
A. You should gently wash them once a day with a lash extension safe cleanser(I sell aftercare kits at the studio). This helps avoid possible build up and blepharitis  Avoid anything oil based as it will break down the adhesive. Also avoid heat, most lashes are synthetic and will lose curl or even become singed when exposed to excessive heat even for a second, like opening the oven. You receive an aftercare card at your lash appointment that will have all this info and more!

Q. Can I wear makeup with my extensions?
A. Yes, you can wear regular eye makeup like eyeshadow and foundation. However, avoid eyeliner and mascara as it is oil based and will cause premature fallout of your extensions. Do not put mascara on your extensions. If you do, your artist will not do a fill in, you will need a removal and a full set will be applied.

Q. Can I swim in my lash extensions?
A. Yes, however salt water and chlorine will slowly begin to break down the adhesive. The best way to avoid this is to wash your lashes directly after swimming, preferably with a lash cleanser but if not just rinse them off with clean water.

Q. I slept on my lashes, now they are laying funny, what can I do?
A. Try to sleep on your back to avoid damaging the extensions. But if it does happen, wash them, while wet gently brush through them them use your blow dryer on the cold setting to dry them while you continue to brush them upwards and in the correct direction.

Q. What can I do to make my lashes stay longer?
A. The best tip is to stop touching them(besides cleaning and brushing), the oils in your fingers can break down the adhesive, not to mention that you are probably pulling some off on your own. The less you mess with them the better off you’ll be. Next, follow the proper aftercare instructions, this includes cleansing them properly.

Q. I want lash extensions for my wedding, but I have never had them before, should I get them ahead of time to make sure I like them?
A. 100% yes. If you have never received extensions and are wanting to get them for a special occasion, I recommend getting them a few months ahead of time to make sure you 1. Like how they look, and 2. We can be sure you do not have an allergy to the adhesive.

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