What Are Lash Extensions? 

Eyelash extensions are semi-permanent fibers that are attached to your natural eyelashes in order to make your lash fringe look longer, fuller, and darker. Individual lash extensions are applied to each of your individual natural eyelashes (one extension per natural eyelash) using a semi-permanent glue. The material varies from studio to studio, but lash extensions can be made of synthetic, mink, faux mink, or silk fibers. Most studios offer a variety of extension lengths, curl patterns, and tints so clients can customize their look.

Types of Eyelash Extensions

Lash artists use three different kinds of eyelash extension materials: mink, silk, and synthetic. Some studios also carry “faux mink” extensions, which are technically just synthetic extensions that mimic mink extensions. Most lash studios have their preference for the type of lash extension they use and won’t always ask you if you have a preference. So if you’re vegan or allergic to cats, be sure to specifically request that mink lash extensions are not used on you. No lash extension type lasts longer than the other, but mink and silk lashes tend to have a more natural look, while synthetic lashes can be thicker and darker, which is better suited for those who want a bolder look.

Within these three categories (mink, silk, and synthetic), there are varying degrees of length and curl to choose from. Typically your lash artist will use multiple lengths and curl strengths to create a wide-eyed effect, with longer lashes being placed towards the outer corners of the eyes and shorter lashes placed on the inner corners.




Lash Lift

A fantastic treatment that helps to emphasize the eyes and offers ‘a great natural look’ an alternative to daily use of mascara and mechanical eyelash curlers. Lifts lashes right from the root helping to emphasize the eyes whilst creating the illusion of volume and length and lasts up to 6-8 weeks. This treatment concludes with tinting the top lashes.


Lash tinting is essentially a semi-permanent dye job for your eyelashes/eyebrow. It’s the same thing as tinting your hair. It just involves adding color to the natural lashes, so that they appear darker. While lash tinting won’t add curl, length, or volume to your lashes like lash extensions or a lash lift will, lash tinting will darken and intensify their color, usually by way of a cream , based dye, so that they appear more defined. It’s a mild change, but one that will help you to look less bare when not wearing makeup,. I recommend it for anyone who is looking to enhance their natural lashes a bit, as well as those with very light or subtle lashes, such as blondes.

Brow Lamination

A ‘Lash Lift’ for your brows designed to open up your eyes and give you a fuller, thicker brow without microblading or semi-permanent makeup. This process uses a chemical solution to adjust your eyebrow hairs by straightening them to stay in the desired direction and can last between 4-6 weeks. It’s great for taming thick, unruly brows and encourages the hair to grow in the same direction.

There are two different solutions – the first softens eyebrow hair and prepares them for lamination while the second restructures the hair to keep them in place.

Thick or thin brows, it doesn’t discriminate. Wake up every morning to perfect brows and flawless arches with this non-invasive treatment.


1) Lash extensions will add volume to your natural eyelashes

2) Lash extensions will enhance your eyes and your look

3) Lash extensions will lift your lashes

4) Lash extensions will add length and draw people into your eyes

5) Lash extensions will not require use of mascara

6) Lash extensions do not damage your natural lashes

7) Lash extensions are water resistant

8) Lash extensions feel lightweight and natural

9) Lash extensions will add fullness to your natural lashes

10) Lash extensions will give you unique and beautiful look

Let`s consider your did “lash infills” or “touch up” as they are known, within the 2 to 3 weeks. Than, the full set of lash extensions will last in between 6 to 9 weeks. We recommend “touch up” appointments every 2-4 weeks.