Full Set of Lashes $150
1-3 week fill $75
4-5 week fill $90
Fills recommended every 3-4 weeks to keep them looking full.
Volume lashes are more versatile in achieving either a natural ($150 Full set) or glam look of Mega Volume ($250 Full set). Volume lashes are a newer and more innovative technique where multiple extensions are attached to one lash to give more dimension, texture and a much fuller look! Under eye treatment & lash detox cleanse included with all fills!
Hands On Certification with Lavish Lashes in 2017
Don’t get them wet for 48 hours after application
For the first 48 hours after application, avoid taking a shower, washing your eyes, or getting your eyelash extensions wet.
Water can affect the glue, causing the bond to become brittle and easy to break.
After that, wash them regularly
After the first 48 hours, residue will start to build up around the lash line if you don’t wash your extensions. This can lead to eye infections and other eye issues.
Instead, you’re going to want to clean your lash extensions around every 3 days. You can do so by performing the following steps:
Brush them with a soft bristle brush.
Wash them with a special eyelash extension cleanser or distilled water.
Let the water from your shower run down your face and over your eyes.
Brush them, too
Every morning, you’re going to want to brush your eyelash tips to keep them looking good.
It’s best to use a clean, dry spoolie (aka the kind of brush used to apply mascara) and to support your lashes with a clean finger as you brush.
Use caution with products
You shouldn’t be using any oil-based products near your eyelash extensions. So check your products before using them — especially eye creams and makeup removers.
Be careful with makeup
You’ll also want to skip mascara, even the ones that market themselves as “extension-safe.” Waterproof makeup, such as waterproof mascara, can soften the glue on your lash extensions.
If you use eyeliner, opt for a water-based, non-waterproof version — and be gentle when you remove your makeup at the end of the night.
Rubbing your eyes isn’t good for your extensions. It could damage them and your real lashes.
Powdery eyeshadow might not be a great idea either, as the powder can get stuck in the glue and build up over time.
What not to do
Don’t pick at them
Your extensions will feel weird at first, but after a couple days, you should feel more comfortable with them.
But no matter how weird they feel, don’t pick at them or try to remove them yourself. All you’ll do is tear or break your real lashes.
Sleep on your stomach or side
If you sleep on your stomach or your side, you might crush your lashes, making them last a shorter period of time.
If you sleep on your back instead, they’ll last longer.