Lash Lift & Tint
This semi-permanent treatment is the best alternative for long lashes that last, without the upkeep and damage of lash extensions. Our lash lifts (and tints) are vegan, cruelty free and can last up to 12 weeks. A lash lift semi-permanently curls your lashes from root to tip, as the tint makes them darker for a natural yet noticeable mascara-like effect.
Good to Know
Lash lifts will not cause damage to your lashes if done by a professional. Getting your lashes lifted usually motivates our clients to grow longer lashes and take better care of them naturally.
Cost of Treatment
During our free and no-commitment consultations, our specialists are here to listen and give you all the information you need to make knowledgeable choices.
Starting at 90$
Our skilled technicians will remove any eye makeup that may be on your eyes or lashes, but it is to be noted that this service cannot be performed on top of lash extensions.
Post Care for Optimal Results
The first 24 hours after a lash lift are the most crucial to maintaining gorgeous results. Follow these tips below to keep your lashes plush:
1) Do not wet your lashes for the first 24 hrs.
2) Be gentle with your lashes; no rubbing.
3) Avoid heavy exercise
4) Do not use harsh products on your eyes/lashes.
5) Use of a sauna or steam room is possible after 24hrs but may weaken the effect of the lift.
6) No eye make-up for 24 hours.
7) Avoid waterproof mascaras, as they dehydrate lashes or oil-based products.
8) Swimming should be avoided for at least 24hrs.
9) No other facial beauty treatments for 24hrs.
10) If redness or irritation occurs, apply a cool damp cotton compress to the eye area. If symptoms persist for more than 24 hours seek medical advice.
This service should not be performed on people with eye disorders, eye infections, who suffer from hay fever, conjunctivitis, who have styes, who have had recent eye surgery, who have dry eye syndrome, who are currently using prescribed medicated eye drops or Thyroxin (this medication can prevent lashes from curling in certain cases). This service should not be done on persons having had an allergic reaction to any form of tint.