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Mink Eyelash Extension Information

Everything You Need To Know About Eyelash Extensions

It can be hard to know what you want you when you get eyelash extensions. Even harder to know what is happening while getting your lashes done. In a common consultation you will likely be asked about five preferences, thickness, type, style, curl, and length. So here is guide to help you be prepared for your consultation and understand what your lash artist does while your eyes are closed.

#1 Thickness

Eyelash extensions are created with different diameters for different purposes. Avoid anything that is too thick .20 mm or .25 mm are just too much for most lashes to handle. Thickness .15 mm is most common for classic lashes, .10 mm could be used on very fine lashes or can be placed with another .10 mm to create a volume/2 dimensional effect. .07 mm, ,06 mm, and ,05 mm thicknesses are used for volume lashes. The number of lash extensions in a fan should vary depending on the thickness of your natural lashes and the thickness of the extensions being used. For example most frequently used is the .07 mm with 3 extensions in a fan, but a lash artist could also use .05 mm extensions with 5 lashes per fan, depending on what they feel the natural lashes can handle. Tip: The thickness of your natural lashes will effect what we can put on as extensions. Too thick, too long, or too many can damage your natural lashes.

#2 Type

Lash Extensions are most commonly separated into classic and volume. Classic being one thicker extension to one natural lash and volume 3–5 finer extensions to one natural lash, spread out in what we refer to as a fan. There is also a hybrid option that is a mixture of classic and volume. 2D stands for 2 dimensional which means there a two extensions to one natural lash and when built with .10 mm extensions can create beautiful set. Tip: We can only add as many extensions as you have natural lashes. Therefore if you have fewer lashes and want more fullness go for hybrid, 2D, or volume lashes. But for some, with lots of natural lashes a classic set can look like a volume set.

#3 Style

Most common styles include but are not limited to cat eye, doll eye, and dramatic. Cat eye draws the eye out with length at the ends making the eye look more almond shaped. Doll eye puts the majority of length in the middle where it opens up the eye to make it look larger, and often looks the most natural. Dramatic leaves lots of length throughout for a more obvious look. Tip: The names are slightly deceiving because any of these styles can be natural or dramatic depending on the lengths used.

#4 Curl

The curls are defined by a letter representing the look of the curl. J curl is obviously more of J shape and is the least curly or lifted. B curl is a lesser or basic curl. C curl is the common curl that matches most people natural lash curl. D curl is the most dramatic and lifted, it will be the most visible from the front, it is also the most popular. L curl has a harsher L shape that makes these lashes ideal if working with clients who have hooded eyelids for whom D curl just isn’t enough. Tip: Matching your extensions to the curl of your natural lashes can help increase retention because the extension will adhere to more of the natural lash.

#5 Length

Length is largely decided by the length of your natural lashes, be cautious of going too long as it may decrease retention or cause breakage. But everybody loves length so if you prefer them long maybe opt for a volume set that consists of more, finer lashes. Tip: If you wear glasses and don’t want your extensions to brush them as you blink don’t go longer then a size 12 mm extension. Again can vary by person.

Application

The process of applying lash extensions is simple but important. It is essential to isolate each natural lash before applying the extension. Once a natural lash has been isolated the extension is selected from what we call a lash tray. It is dipped in the adhesive, not to little or it won’t adhere but not to much or you will likely glue lashes together. Then the extension is placed on top (or sometimes to the bottom) of the natural lash. Position is also important, you don’t want the lash to cure laying at an angle.

Aftercare

After care is essential to long lasting extensions, do not get them wet for 24 hrs after a full set or a fill this allows the adhesive to completely cure. Avoid anything oil based as it will break down the adhesive, as will salt water or chlorine. Please do not put mascara on your extensions, it is very difficult to remove and can cause you lose more extensions after the next fill if not properly cleaned off. It is not the responsibility of the lash artist to clean your lashes before each fill.

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Elleebana Lash Lift Information

What Is The Elleebana Lash Lift?

The Elleebana Lash Lift is a semi-permanent treatment that gives your natural lashes an illusion of perfectly curled lashes with added definition. It is a great alternative to eyelash extensions, as it requires very little maintenance and has long lasting results.

Who Would Be A Great Candidate For The Ellebana Lash Lift?

The Elleebana Lash Lift is for clients that are pleased with the length of their natural lashes but want a semi-permanent curled, enhanced mascara look. It is not recommended for chemotherapy clients.

How Long Does The Elleebana Lash Lift Procedure Take?

The procedure takes approximately 45-60 minutes.

Will It Damage My Natural Lashes?

No, a certified and trained Elleebana Lash Lift specialist will perform the procedure with proper care and technique.

What Is The Difference Between The Elleebana Lash Lift And A Lash Perm?

The difference is that the lashes are lifted at the root instead of the tip of the lashes, giving the lashes a full complete curl instead of just at the tip.

What Is The Maintenance With The Elleebana Lash Lift?

This procedure requires very little maintenance and is perfect for anyone that doesn’t have time for regular upkeep. The Elleebana Lash Lift will last 6-8 weeks, depending on your lash cycle. Please not that lash serums, biotin, and/or medication(s) can affect the lash cycle, resulting in quicker lash shedding.

What Should I Avoid After My Elleebana Lash Lift?

Avoid getting your lashes wet for the first 24 hours. Avoid steam rooms and saunas; overall, refrain from all heat. After 24 hours, you may go about with your daily routine. The Elleebana Lash Lift has no restrictions or maintenance like eyelash extensions.

Can Mascara Be Applied After The Procedure?

Allow 24 hours before applying any type of product to your lashes. After 24 hours, you may apply mascara, eyeliner, eyeshadow, or any type of makeup products you desire; it will not affect the lashes.

What's The Elleebana Lash Lift Process Like?

The process is very similar to eyelash extensions. Your bottom lashes and top eyelids are covered with a gel pad. Your eyes are to remain closed during the entire process. Depending on the length of your natural lashes, a silicone rod (comes in 3 sizes – small, medium, and large) is placed on top of the eyelids to determine which size silicone rod best suits your lashes to achieve the best lift. Once the size is determined; the rod is placed onto the gel pad of the eyelids and a lash glue (water-soluble) is used to push the natural lashes back onto the rod – a lash setting solution is applied for 5-7 minutes on both sides. The setting solution then gets removed with a micro swab and the lash neutralizer solution is applied on both sides for 5 minutes.