$120.00 - Full Set Classic
$110 - Special
Classic Lashes are perfect to add length and some fullness to your natural lash line.
$40 - 1 week
$55 - 2 weeks
$70 - 3 weeks
$95 - 4 weeks
$130.00 - Full Set Hybrid
$120 - Special
Hybrid Lashes are the half way step between a classic set of eyelash extensions and a volume.
The Hybrid technique is a combination of two different lash application techniques rolled into one set of lashes. Individual classic Extend, one false lash extension on one natural lash combined with Russian Volume, multiple lash extensions on one natural lash.
$50 - 1 week
$65 - 2 weeks
$80 - 3 weeks
$115 - 4 weeks
$140.00 - Full Set Volume
$130 - Special
Volume lashes are a newer and more innovative technique where multiple extensions are attached to one lash to give more dimension and texture. They provide a fuller and more dramatic look.
$55 - 1 week
$75 - 2 weeks
$90 - 3 weeks
$120 - 4 weeks
Eyelash Extension Aftercare
Avoid getting them wet for up to 48 hours after application.
Do not rub or touch your eyes.
Wash your lashes every day after the 48 period.
Clean with eyelash foam cleanser every 3 days.
Brush through your eyelash tips in the morning.
Do not use oil based products around or on the eye.
Do not sleep on your face.
Stay on top of your infills (recommended every 2 - 3 weeks)
Avoid getting your lash extensions wet
You should try to avoid getting your new lashes wet within the first 48 hours. The water will react with the eyelash extension glue and cause a flash cure. Basically, water will cause the lash bond to become brittle and break.
After the 48 hour period, you’re safe to shower again. It’s a myth that you should never get your eyelash extensions wet once having a new set, in-fact quite the opposite!
Top tip: When showering, don’t position your head in the full strength of water flow. Let the water instead run down your face.
How to clean fake eyelashes
We’re often led to believe that the less we touch and clean around, the better and longer our eyelash extensions will last. This is wrong, in fact, it’s entirely the opposite! The health of your eyes is really important, and, when wearing lash extensions, it becomes harder to clean around them.
How Do I Clean My Eyelash Extensions?
Using a soft bristle brush and specialist eyelash extension cleaning foam, clean approximately every 3 days. Getting into this habit removes traces of natural oils, dust and make-up. This prevents any build-ups causing pressure on your lashes and breaking down the bond. Ultimately, you need to clean clean clean to avoid premature lash shedding.