What is Lash Lift?
Lash lift is a new trend and technology in lash enhancement that uses cold curling agents to set your natural lashes upward in a C shape, make eyes appear larger and more open. Sometimes, it is also called a lash perm or keratin lift.
No heat is used during this process, therefore it does minimal damage to your natural lashes. You wouldn't feel a thing.
Results usually lasts 4-6 weeks and require little to no maintenance. After the initial 12-24 hours of drying time, you can resume all regular activities including showering, facial, sauna, and swimming.
Lash Lift Steps
Clean -- Soften -- Settle -- Nourish -- Dry
Before & After Gallery
Frequently Asked Questions
How is lash lift different from lash perm? - Nowadays, these two terms are used interchangeable. Sometimes it is called keratin lift too. In the old days, there was a method that involved perming solutions and heating, and that's used to be called lash perm. We use the new innovative technology that uses cold curling agents, requires no heat and does minimal damage.
How do I care for it? - One of the biggest reasons people love lash lift is because of how low-maintenance it is. All you need to do is keeping it dry for 12-24 hours after your appointment. If you need to wash your face, use a damp cloth to wipe and avoid eye areas. After that, you can resume all regular activities such as wearing makeup and mascara, swimming, facial, sauna, etc.
Does lash lift damage my natural lashes? - No, not at all. Some clients even claim their lashes grew longer and thicker after a few treatments. We don't know if that's wishful thinking or true, but out of dozens of clients who received the treatment over time, none of them reported losing lashes because of it.
How long does it last? - It usually last 4-6 weeks. For some clients it can last up to 8 weeks. Everyone is different because it depends on your hair growth rate. When we say "last", it's really not that the curls holding firm. In most cases, it's because new lashes grow out, and they are straight, thus making the look uneven and messy. When that happens, come back and we lift them up again.