What is a lash lift?
A lash lift is like a perm for your lashes, shaping and lifting them so that they appear longer and curvier.
This is achieved by bending your lashes around a silicon rod and applying a lifting solution followed by a setting solution. Your lower lashes are protected by a cotton pad, and the solutions are rinsed away with water after a set amount of time. In about 60 minutes, you can have beautiful, curly lashes!
Is it safe?
Yes. Our aestheticians are highly trained, skilled, and place the utmost importance on safe and hygienic practices. Prior to your service, your aesthetician will explain the inherent risks of this or any cosmetic procedure, and make sure you aren’t experiencing any conditions that render you unable to receive services.
Why get a lash lift?
Curled lashes, especially combined with a lash tint, give the appearance of longer, fuller lashes — which frame your eyes beautifully! With a lift and tint, you can ditch the eyelash curler (and even the mascara) and wake up looking refreshed and ready to slay the day.
How long do the services take?
A lash lift + tint appointment is 60 minutes. Adding a brow tint will add 15 minutes.
How long does a lash lift last?
A lash lift will last 6-8 weeks depending on your hair growth. We all have a natural hair shedding cycle and lose 3-5 natural lashes daily, so you may notice straighter lashes growing back in before then. You can keep them looking neat by combing them gently and applying a coat or two of mascara.
For best results, we recommend limiting the lashes’ exposure to water, steam, or makeup for 24 hours after your service.
Lash lift vs. lash extensions?
Both are great options for an “I-woke-up-this-glamourous” look. Lash extensions can offer a more dramatic and customizable look, but they also require fills every 2-4 weeks. Lash lifts are relatively maintenance-free for 6-8 weeks, but can only enhance what lashes you already have. It all depends on your lifestyle and lash goals — book a complimentary consultation with one of our aestheticians to discuss both options in more detail.
Who cannot receive lash lift services?
If you are experiencing any of the following, we cannot provide a lash lift or tinting services.
- Cuts or abrasions in the eye area
- Watery eye
- Atopic Eczema or Dermatitis in brow or lash area
- Psoriasis in brow or lash area
Contacts must be taken out prior to lash lift and tinting services. We recommend arriving to your appointment makeup-free, but aestheticians can cleanse your eye area for you beforehand.
Some may experience some irritation, itching, or burning sensation to the skin and eye during application. If redness or irritation persists, consult your doctor.
Did we miss anything you want to know? Contact us with any questions by calling us at 978-465-3010, filling out this form, messaging our Facebook page, or booking a complimentary consultation. Happy lifting!