1. Consult with your eyelash technician about the type of look, length, curl and volume you want.
2. Your technician will cleanse your eye area with a primer and use eye pads to separate top lashes from the bottom lashes, making the application process easier. The purpose of the priming and cleansing is to remove any oils or makeup residue from the lashes so the glue can stick better.
3. The technician will glue each strand of lash individually onto your natural eyelashes by hand, specifically with clean tweezers.
4. After checking that no lashes are stuck together and allowing 5-10 minutes for the glue to dry, the technician will ask you to open your eyes and have a look at your new lash extensions!
5.Your technician will then provide you with after-care information to ensure long lasting results. Congrats on your new lashes!
Typically, it will take around 1-2 hours depending on the technician and the type of eyelash extensions to be used. Don’t worry! Time will fly. All you have to do is just relax, close your eyes and if you like take a nap while you get them done! P. S….no snoring.
The cost of the eyelash application procedure depends on the technician and the type of eyelash extensions that you want. Typically, eyelash extensions range from the lower end of $60 to the higher end of $250 or more. Dramatic volume extensions will generally cost more than natural looking eyelash extensions like a classic set. Beyond price factors you should also consider the technician’s level of experience, read reviews and look at images of past work before making a final decision. By browsing on Find Book Beauty you will find that eyelash technicians on our platform have already displayed their prices, years of experience, reviews and images for you to view and compare!
Semi-permanent eyelash extensions will last through a full term of the natural eyelash cycle of growth, which is around six to eight weeks. As the week’s progress, the extensions will slowly fall out until you are back to your own natural lashes. Most people will go back in for a refill to replace the lost lashes after two to three weeks in order to maintain the original look of the eyelash extensions. If you want to know how to make them last as long as possible, read up on the do’s and don’ts of eyelash extensions.
We recommend that you go to a trained eyelash technician to remove your eyelash extensions to avoid any damages to your lashes, which could happen if you try to remove them yourself. The lash technicians have the correct equipment and products to perform the removal process. The technician will generally use an eyelash glue remover or oil to remove the lash extensions safely from your eyes. Leave it to the professionals. Don’t risk poking or irritating your own eyes. It’s not a good feeling!
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