Eyelash extensions

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Beautiful lashes accentuate the look while protecting the eyes from sunlight and debris. Eyelash extensions have become a natural part of beauty treatment.

  1. Classic lashes refer to traditional eyelash extensions that offer a natural and timeless look. They consist of a single artificial fibre, which is glued one by one to its own lash. Classic lash fibres are ideal for those who want more length and volume, while maintaining a natural look
  2. When you want to make a statement with flashy lashes, go for volume lashes. Volume lashes can be used to give your natural lashes a stunning lusciousness. Volume lashes frame the eye beautifully.
  3. A junior level lash technician will know the basic techniques (classic & volumizing). If necessary, the Junior level technician will be assisted in the shop by a Pro level technician. We recommend Junior level eyelash extensions when you want quality and safe eyelash extensions in a cost-effective way.
Preparing for treatments and home care instructions

Getting ready to apply eyelash extensions

  • Our lash technicians are skilled in a range of styles from natural to truly spectacular, and can recommend suitable and safe styles according to the client's wishes, natural lashes and eye shape. However, we recommend that you look for photos of lashes that you already like, so that we can get the best lashes for you.
  • Always come to lash extensions and maintenance with your lashes as clean as possible, without eye make-up. Our lash technicians always do an initial cleaning before application and maintenance, but if you have a lot of make-up on your lashes, some residue may remain after cleaning. This reduces the durability of the lash extensions, as a permanent adhesive bond requires perfectly clean natural lashes underneath.
  • Please remove contact lenses from your eyes during the application and maintenance of lash extensions.
  • If you have thin lashes and want to strengthen them, you can use a matching mascara with your lash extensions.
  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women are not harmed by eyelash extensions. However, hormones can affect the texture and growth rate of natural eyelashes, which can lead to less permanent eyelash extensions than normal. However, it is the client's decision to have lash extensions regardless.

When can eyelash extensions not be done?

  • The age limit for our lashes is 16 years. With parents' permission, we also do one-off lash extensions for children a couple of years younger (e.g. for parties).
  • If you have an eye infection or other inflammation in the eye area or eyelids, unfortunately, for reasons of hygiene, we cannot perform eyelash extensions on you.
  • If you have been diagnosed with an acrylate allergy, we regret that we cannot perform eyelash extensions for you.
  • If you have recent eyeliner pigmentation or other open sores near your eyes, these should heal before applying eyelash extensions.

Pregnancy / Breastfeeding & Beauty Care

Hormonal changes during pregnancy and breastfeeding can affect skin, eyelashes, nails, eyebrows, etc., so any treatment during pregnancy and breastfeeding is the client's own decision and therefore the client's responsibility.

Home care instructions for eyelash extensions

The primary and most important home care for eyelash extensions is regular treatment with the right products. Extensions should be cleaned daily with a cleaning agent designed for this purpose. The role of natural eyelashes is to protect the eyes from dust, dirt, grease and sweat. Eyelash extensions that are glued to your own lashes collect them easily, which is why daily cleaning is very important. The eyelash extensions cleanser takes care of the hygiene of the eyelashes and eyes, improves the durability of the eyelash extensions, and keeps the volume lashes beautifully open.

You can water your ribs the same evening after the installation or maintenance. However, avoid taking a sauna for 24 hours.

  • Clean your extensions 1-2 times a day with a special cleanser, which you can buy in our shop. A brush can be used to help with cleaning.
  • Always clean your lashes, even after sweating, swimming or shedding tears.
  • After washing, gently press your lashes dry.
  • Always brush your lashes after washing, after they've dried, and at other times as needed.
  • Wash your eyelashes regularly, about every 2-4 weeks.
  • Always come to an eyelash appointment with your lashes as clean as possible. Despite the initial cleaning by a lash technician, make-up residue etc. can remain on the base of the lashes. if your eyelashes are not treated properly at home.

Avoid these with eyelash extensions

  • The use of oily products near the eyes should be avoided. Oil impairs the durability of the adhesive bond.
  • The use of cleaning products other than those intended for eyelash extensions should be avoided. Facial cleansers often contain ingredients unsuitable for extensions, which can impair the durability of extensions, and are formulated to be optimal for the skin's needs and to maintain skin hydration. Products for eyelashes are optimised for eye hygiene and the best possible staying power of the extensions.
  • Do not use mascara with eyelash extensions.
  • Excessive use of eye make-up can reduce the durability of extensions, as they can easily leave residue on the base of the lashes. Please make sure that the products you use are oil-free and water-soluble, water-resistant make-up should not be used near lash extensions.
  • Also avoid touching and rubbing your lashes excessively, and don't bend extensions with eyelash curlers.
  • Extensive bathing can reduce the durability of extensions. For the first 24 hours of installation or maintenance, the sauna should be avoided altogether.
  • You should be careful with cotton buds and wax strips with eyelash extensions, as they can easily tear the lashes and leave fibres on the lashes.

Possible reasons why eyelash extensions don't stay on:

  • Soiling of the lashes (make-up residue or oil) before application or bleeding from the eyes during application. In this case, the adhesive bond with natural rice is not strong, and the fibres come off quickly after application.
  • Poor washing, inadequate home care or home care with inappropriate products, and the flu, which causes a large amount of grease, dirt or clumps to be secreted into the lashes.
  • In summer, persistence may be lower due to humid air, sweating, swimming and sauna bathing.
  • Some medications, antibiotics, diseases (e.g. thyroid disorders), omega-3, biotin or other supplements that affect the condition of the hair can alter the quality of your own eyelashes and make them less permanent.
  • Use of oily products, oily eye drops, heavy eye make-up or mascara.
  • Rubbing of the eyelashes and eye discharge.
  • Natural lashes with a glassy texture or oily skin can affect the permanence of lashes.
  • Hormones (pregnancy, breastfeeding, contraceptive pills or other hormonal contraceptives and stress) can affect the quality and growth of eyelashes and therefore the permanence of eyelash extensions.
  • Sleeping with your face against the pillow.
  • The growth rate of natural eyelashes affects how quickly they grow back. With normal regrowth, natural eyelashes are constantly shedding, so the eyelash extensions also shed with the eyelashes.
  • If the lash extensions have not been applied correctly or a bad adhesive has been used (outdated adhesive or the adhesive pad used has been changed too infrequently), this will have an impact on the durability of the lash extensions.
  • Application conditions, such as temperature and humidity, affect the behaviour of mascara and the durability of lash extensions.