Frequently Asked Questions
This is a question we get asked all the time.
The bond is designed to last 4-5 weeks. Usually a set is “infilled” around 2 to 4 weeks depending on the set.
This is 1 extension to 1 natural lash, example 1:1
This is multiple extensions per natural lash. This ranges from 2D (2 extensions) to 6D (6 extensions) and even up to 9D (9 extensions per natural lash).
The simple answer is of course No.
A common reason women get eyelash extensions is to replace the job of the daily mascara ritual.
If you were to apply mascara to the entire length of the lash, this will result in increasing the weight of your lashes. And when the weight of your lashes increases, this weighs down lashes that are not fully matured, and causes damage.
It is highly recommended that you refrain from curling you lash extensions.
This is because an eyelash curler will prompt the lashes to come off or simply break your lashes.
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What Are Semi Permanent Eyelash Extensions?
Eyelash extensions are man-made fibres of individual eyelashes ranging in size and thickness and applied 1 by 1 to your natural lashes with a medical grade adhesive that lasts up to 5weeks.
They add length and volume to your actual lashes.
Eyelash Extensions can last for a long duration of time without falling out.
Eyelash Extensions are easily removed by our Qualified lash technician at Beautifeyes.
If a new set has been incorrectly applied and is uncomfortable or painful, then these can be removed by the lash salon that provided the service.
If you feel unsure about going back to the salon, please make a booking with us as soon as possible so we can remove your lash set. This process can take between 20 minutes and 1 hour depending on how much adhesive has been used.
When extensions are too heavy (as in too long & too thick) for your lashes to uphold, then they can be damaged by a condition known as alopecia, in which the body cannot effectively generate hair proteins.
Many people ponder the possibility of having their eyelashes ruined through this lash extension method.
The truth is, eyelash extension application requires a Qualified Lash Artist or Lash Technician who understands how to apply Eyelash Extensions without damaging the client’s actual eyelashes.
Lash technicians that have been trained without the health and safety of the client’s eyes and lashes as a priority will simply apply eyelash extensions without the knowledge of what combinations of products are best suitable.
There are a few indications of these occurrence’s where by natural lashes are severely damaged or attachment of the eyelash extensions is uncomfortable and the Lash Artists at Beautifeyes are able to identify the triggers and outcomes of extensions that are simply too much for the natural lashes and develop an outcome that is more suitable.
Our Beautifeyes Salon hosts our sister company LuxLashSociety.com.au in training new and experienced Lash Artists.
We offer training for Lash Artists who feel their training was subpar and feel they have more to learn for Quality purposes.
What Are The Best Eyelash Extensions?
There are a few different products in the world of Eyelash Extensions, being regular synthetic, Silk & Mink, 100% Siberian Mink and also human hair.
At Beautifeyes, we use only a faux mink.
For our own personal ethical reasons,
We choose not to use Mink from the animal.
We have always used a faux mink product. For our own personal ethical reasons, we do not use Fur from the animal Mink.
Over the years, eyelash technology has increased in sophistication and now affords people with more opportunities to look more glamorous than ever. One of the most successful products in the world of eyelash extensions is that of mink eyelashes.
Our Mink Eyelash Extensions are of such high quality that it mimics the natural hair of the Siberian Mink.
Checkout the Homepage for more faux mink eyelash extensions information.
At Beautifeyes we take the utmost care in protecting you from any of the known issues that could occur.
We seek to vet any previous issues our new clients may have experienced previously from other salons and provide you with our expert knowledge on all aspects of eyelash extensions including the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Medical experts have warned that the adhesives used for eyelash extensions can carry risk of allergic reaction causing swelling to the upper eyelid.
If this scenario was to occur within a 48hour period after application, we recommend that you seek professional advice from your Doctor.
For those with money the cost isn’t a problem, for those on a budget, getting eyelash extensions may not be cost effective to have the look and keep it maintained.
However, it definitely is worth it to look great for that special occasion.
I’d highly recommend them for that important photographic event such as weddings, engagement etc.
Eyelash Extensions retention also depends on how well you maintain your lashes, if you mistreat them then they will look worse sooner whereas if they are well looked after they can last a long time.
There is no need for mascara for eyelash extensions, no more panda-eye due to smudged mascara as you don’t need to use any and they are much better and realistic looking than strip false lashes.
Are Eyelash Extensions Safe?
When applied correctly in terms of weight that your lashes can hold, then they are safe to your lashes.
Repeated use of eyelash extensions that are too heavy (meaning too thick &/or long) can cause a condition called traction alopecia, where the hair falls out due to tension put on the hair shaft.
This can damage the hair follicle which can slow down or is some circumstances stop the production of hair.
This can lead to a vicious cycle where women feel the need for ongoing lash extensions to boost the little natural lashes they have left resulting in even more hair loss.
If a Lash Rehab is recommended, we stock a Lash Serum to help you grow your lashes back normal if not better than original condition.
Our eyelash extensions entail a detailed process by our qualified eyelash technicians.
After applying under eye pads to cover your lower lashes, your eyelashes are then assessed for the thickness and length that they can hold.
We then begin application by isolating a single natural lash, picking an extension, dipping in the adhesive and applying to that isolated lash.
When eyelashes are applied through a meticulous process, they are done in a way that still promotes and allows lash growth. Therefore, this is not a harsh process, but rather, a gentle one that requires gentle care.