lash lift

A lash lift is a popular beauty treatment that enhances the appearance of natural lashes by giving them a lifted and curled look.

Here are some key points to know about lash lifts...

Procedure: A lash lift is a semi-permanent treatment that involves lifting and curling your natural lashes from the root. It is typically done in a salon or by a certified lash technician.

Curling process: During the procedure, your lashes are carefully placed on a silicone rod or shield, which helps create the desired curl. A perming solution is then applied to the lashes, followed by a setting solution, which locks the curl in place.

Customization: The size of the silicone rod or shield used can be customized according to your desired level of lift and curl. This allows for a tailored look that suits your preferences and eye shape.

Results: A lash lift can give your natural lashes a more open, lifted appearance, making your eyes look more awake and defined. The results typically last around six to eight weeks, depending on your natural lash growth cycle.

Maintenance: Unlike lash extensions, lash lifts require minimal maintenance. You can continue with your regular skincare routine, including cleansing and makeup application. However, it's recommended to avoid rubbing your eyes excessively and using oil-based products around the eye area, as these can weaken the lift.

Safety considerations: It's important to choose a reputable salon or technician who has experience and uses high-quality products. Patch tests may also be conducted beforehand to ensure you don't have any allergic reactions to the solutions used.

Additional options: Some salons offer lash tinting along with lash lifts. Lash tinting involves coloring the natural lashes to further enhance their appearance. This can be a great option if you want your lashes to appear darker and more defined without using mascara.

Treatment length and costs

45 minutes — £55

Treatment length and costs

45 minutes — £55
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