One individual lash is applied to one natural lash to create a set of longer and thicker lashes. They are simple, beautiful, natural-looking lash extensions
Hybrid lashes Combine one-to-one Classic lashes and Volume fans with 4-8 lashes in each fan. The Hybrid style gives your lash line a little more volume than the classic look and offers three levels of fullness - Natural, Medium and Maximum
Full Volume Lashes
Volume eyelash extensions vary from the natural look which adds more length than volume. Volume lashes instead give a fuller, thicker lash look. The lashes range from 2D-6D – meaning 2 fake lashes to 6 fake lashes per one natural lash.
Lash Infills 2-3 Weeks
30mins £25 | 45mins £30 | 60mins £35
Semi-permanent lift and curl of your natural lashes, much like a perm. By bending your natural lashes over a curved silicone shield and applying a perming solution, a lash technician can set the shape of your natural lashes into an upward and realistic curl.
Lash Lift & Brow Lamination
Semi-permanent lift and curl of your natural lashes & Brow lamination is a process of perming your brow hairs, but instead of curls, you get straighter, upward-facing hairs that are set in place. It can help get rid of the appearance of bare patches and irregular hairs, as well as make thin brows look way fuller
Beautiful Lash After Care
The aftercare advice is given to ensure you fully understand what should and should not be done 24 hours post treatment for longevity of your lash treatment result. If the aftercare guidelines are followed lash extensions should last 2 to 3 weeks before an infill is required and your Lash Bomb treatment will last 4-6 weeks.
Do not apply make-up or receive any other eye treatments for at least 24 hours after your treatment
Avoid rubbing the eyes
Avoid putting contact lenses back in for the rest of the day
Avoid swimming/sauna for 24 hours
Keep lashes dry for 24 hours
Use a lash conditioner daily
Comb the lashes upwards using the mascara wand
If any stinging or swelling occurs, keep applying a cold dampened cotton pad, cold compress or cooling spray to soothe. If it persists seek medical advice and let the technician know for them to document it on your record card.