Can I Wear Mascara After having a lash lift?

Yes , Mascara can be worn 24 hours after having a lash lift treatment.

Can I use Eye Makeup Remover?

Yes , Please wait 24 hours before using anything on the lashes after lash lift treatments, Be sure to it is Oil-Free Makeup remover.

Will A lash lift Hurt?

Not at all, A lash lift is totally painless, Most clients find lash lift treatments relaxing and is the perfect time for a Lash Nap.


Can I use a Lash Serum?

Yes! A lash serum will help to thicken and also help with lash growth, A lash lift + use of a Lash Serum = Long Luscious Lashes.

Can I Still use an Eyelash Curler?

I would recommend not to use an eyelash curler! An eyelash curler may weaken and damage your lashes.

How often can I get a lash lift & how long will it last?

A lash lift will last anywhere from 6-8 weeks but can vary from person to person, we recommend to have a lash lift every 8 weeks to lift the new hair growth.

Why do my lashes look Messy after a few weeks after having a lash lift ?

Towards the end of the lash cycle and the lash lift , the lashes may look not as lifted and may look Messy , That is because of the new lashes that have grown and mixed in with the lashes that have been lifted, it is always best to wait until the lash lift has FULLY grown out before receiving another lash lift .

How do I Maintain my lash lift ?

A lash lift Is really low maintenance , brushing your lashes with a lash brush is required daily.

Does the tint last as long as the lash lift ?

No, The tint starts to fade sooner , after around 3 weeks after the lash lift, the lash lift will last longer until your lashes finish their growing cycle.

What is the Difference between a regular lash lift and a Keratin lash lift?
A Regular lash lift and a Keratin lash lift is quite similar, in Keratin lash lifts a Keratin is added at the end of the treatment to help strengthen and Moisturise the lashes.

Can I get a lash lift if I am Pregnant/Breastfeeding 

Yes , however it is not recommended to Get a Lashlift in the first trimester of your pregnancy ,

 Another thing to consider as well if there is either a reaction to either the lashlift or lash tint there may be there may be a restriction to which medication /antihistamines that can be taken to reduce the reaction.

Also the Lashlift may not lift as well as it normally would whilst pregnant/breastfeeding .