Lash Lift & Lash Tint
$100, allow 75mins, compulsory after care serum $20
Lash Tint alone
$40, allow 30mins
Lash Extentsion Removal
(only to remove the remnants if having other lash services with us)
$40, allow 30mins
What is a Lash Lift?
A lash lift is a treatment that uses a perming solution to curl/ lift your natural lashes from the roots. We use YUMi Lash brand which is our preferred choice after much research to maintain the health and integrity of the lashes.
-the eye area is cleansed using a water based eye makeup remover
-the eyes are closed and a silicone lash pad is adhered to the upper eyelid
-the upper lashes are adhered up onto the mould using a water soluble adhesive
-a lash perming solution is applied for 8-15 mins, followed by a lash setting solution for 10 mins, then a lash tint and nourishing agent
-watch a video of one of our VIP's having a Lash Lift here
How often can I have a Lash Lift?
-This treatment is recommended no sooner than 6 weekly, but preferably at 8 weekly intervals, ie every second brow maintenance appointment
-Most clients book their Lash Lift and Tints at the same time as their Brow Colour & Sculpt appointment every 8 weeks. They will then have a Brow Colour & Sculpt and Lash Tint at the halfway mark ie at 4 weeks.
-Please make sure the lashes are fully returned to normal before having your next Lash Lift appointment. We can’t lift already lifted lashes, even if some are lifted and some are not. This is to prevent breakage and also to prevent the lashes being curled too far backwards.
Do I have to have a Lash Tint with a Lash Lift?
-We recommend you do because it adds more wow effect, however if you are allergic or prefer not to,
What aftercare is recommended?
-For the first 24 hours, avoid wetting the lashes including washing with water/ swimming/ steam rooms etc.
-For the first 24 hours, avoid using any products on the lashes including cleansers and mascara.
-For the first 24 hours, the lashes are still mouldable. Avoid changing the direction of the lashes during this period including rubbing them or sleeping on them.
-Please avoid using lash curlers until the lashes have returned to normal (usually about 8 weeks) and avoid wearing water proof mascara.
-Avoid lash extensions until the lashes have returned to normal. You can however have regular false individual or strip lashes applied for special occasion makeup providing they are able to be removed with regular makeup remover.
What homecare products do I need to use?
-Because the lashes are so curled, mascara appliaction can result in getting mascara markings all around the eyes. Use a water resistant tubular mascara which dries and can be flicked off the skin using a dry cotton bud and can be removed without harsh removers. We recommend PONi The White Knight $30 or Skin O2 Fake Look Lash Mascara $42.
-A perming solution is a chemical therefore your lashes will need to be combed and treated using an oil to replace any lipid loss. We recommend Skin O2 Love Your Lashes Treatment Oil $20 every night.
-EyEnvy Brow & Lash Conditioner $POA daily for three months then every second/ three times per week after that. DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING.
Who is/ isn't eligible?
-Most people are eligible, and it is especially designed those who have straight lashes.
-You are unable to have a Lash Lift if you have lash extensions on.
-No problems if you wear contact lenses.
-If you suffer from severely watery/ sensitive eyes or anxiety when you have your eyes closed and someone is manoeuvring them.
-please come to your appointment with no makeup on the eye area, if you are coming straight from somewhere where you have had to wear eye makeup, at least avoid wearing waterproof mascara to your appointment
-most clients have this at the same time as a Brow tattoo appointment to finish off the eye area and so they can reduce the amount of makeup worn during the tattoo healing period
Want to know more??
-the difference between a lash lift and lash perm is that the shape of the lash lift mould lifts the lashes straight up from the roots rather than perming them on a curved rod therefore there is less chance of the lashes curling backwards, often a lash lifting solution is less aggressive and takes longer to process reducing the chance of keratin damage