Before Your Appointment
Preparing for your Lash Appointment:
- You must remove all makeup in your eye area, including foundation, eyeliner, eye shadow, mascara, eye creams, and eye serums.
- Clean your lashes and around your eyes gently but thoroughly to remove any residual oils or mascara.
- We advise that you should shower and wash your hair before your appointment.
- Please remove your contact lens or curl your natural lashes on the day of your appointment
- Avoid applying heavy creams, lotions, or oils to your face in the 48 hours before your appointment.
- Do not tint or perm your lashes in the 48 hours before your appointment.
- Talk to our professional stylists if you have recently received any irritating cosmetic treatments (such as skin resurfacing procedures, chemical peels, eyebrow waxing, laser treatments, permanent makeup application, etc.) in your eye area.
- Consult your doctor before your appointment if you are pregnant, are taking medication, suffer from any medical conditions or allergies, or are recovering
After Your Appointment
AFTER YOUR APPOINTMENT:
Research has shown that medical grade adhesives require 48 hours to cure completely.
In the 48 Hours After Your Appointment:
To optimize performance of your lash application, meaning longer-lasting lashes--and the lowest possibility of irritation—please follow the advices below to protect your investment!
- Avoid exposing your lashes to water, heat, saunas, steam, and friction.
- Do not apply any eye cosmetics or skin care products to your lashes or eye area.
- Do not shower if at all possible. If you must shower, limit your time and water temperature.
- Do not get your lashes wet if you shower. You must avoid steam and water in the first 48 hours to ensure a strong bond and prevent eye irritation.
• Sleep on your back to avoid friction and tangling.
- Do not tint or perm your lashes.
- Avoid receiving irritating treatments, including brow waxing, in your eye area.
Tips to assist you in surviving the first 48 hours:
- You should not get your lashes wet for 48 hours and does NOT mean you cannot cleanse yourself.
- Using a lint-free cloth or facial tissue and an oil-free cleanser, you can gently cleanse your face, avoiding the lash line area. The cloth should be slightly damp, to avoid any chance of dripping into your lashes. Dry your face by patting gently with a lint-free cloth, while carefully avoiding any contact with your lashes.
- Although bathing is recommending over showering, if you must shower, keep these key points in mind:
- Your face should not come into contact with running or splashing water. Keep your head away from the faucet stream.
- Keep the water temperature at lukewarm to prevent steam and condensation. Keep your bathing time to minimal.
- Hold off on washing your hair if possible. (Hairstylists recommend going two to three days between shampoos for hair health, anyways). If you must wash your hair, be extremely careful and lean back in the shower, lowering the water pressure to reduce splashing. A plastic visor may also help reduce the possibility of water splashing on your lashes.
We respectfully require 24 business hours notice for appointment cancellations. We require a credit card to book appointments. We reserve the right to charge 50% of the services for no-show, cancellation or rescheduling fees and other restrictions may apply.