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FAQs

FAQs

1. My friend got lash extensions and they made all of her lashes fall out! Why should I trust you?

Lash extensions, like nail extensions, semi-permanent eyebrow tattoos, hair extensions or other growing trends in the beauty industry are often replicated but never duplicated without necessary education and training. Proper isolation, understanding of lash growth cycles, and thorough client education leads to successful application and retention. We are happy to explain why or how to improve your chances of having happier, healthier lashes even with extensions.

2. Can I use a growth serum while using lash extensions?

Totally! The longer and stronger your natural lashes are, the longer and potentially fuller we can get your extensions. We’re happy to give suggestions of products we know and love.

3. What is a lash lift and how is it different than a lash perm?

A lash lift is a treatment that lasts 6 weeks to 90 days where we apply a solution that gives a gorgeous curl to your natural lashes. Traditional lash perms gave a very strong and unattractive “L” shape and often damaged natural lashes. With better technology and product development, we have found clients to love this as another option besides eyelash extensions if they already have long lashes, are wanting to give their lashes a break from extensions, or just can’t keep up with the upkeep that comes with extensions.

4. Does microblading/ombre brows hurt?

We hate to say it but yes! Beauty is pain and we won’t sugar coat it. But we will do everything in our power to make it the most comfortable experience given the treatment circumstances by using two numbing agents, thoroughly explaining the procedure, and giving you breaks if you need it. 

5. How often do I need to get my eyebrows touched up since they are semi-permanent?

We require a touch up 4-6 weeks after the initial full brow application (included in pricing) and you can anticipate needing to have your brows re-touched at about 1-2 years depending on your skin's texture, oiliness, and your exposure to the sun. Since the pigment sits so superficially in the epidermis causing the natural appearance, it is considered a semi-permanent cosmetic application of pigment as opposed to a tattoo that sits deep in the dermis which can often turn colors over time. 

6. What can I add on to my scheduled appointment?

We loooove to maximize your time with us! Add on a light chemical peel or gentle microderm to really make you feel like the Queen you are. Ask your beauty provider what she or another provider can accomodate!