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Pre-Treatment Guide for my Lashistas

Hello Lashista's, Please read this before scheduling an appointment to get you lashes done. ->Make sure none of the following apply to you before booking appointment<-


- Are your eyes are free from any signs of infections such as redness, swelling, flaky skin, broken skin, and are fully recovered from any recent eye surgeries


- Are you allergies to aloe, coconut, long wear and waterproof cosmetics, nail adhesives, acrylates or cyanoacrylate adhesives


- Do you suffer from severe allergies or carry an allergy pen


- Are you comfortable laying down for several hours with your eyes closed


- Will you be able to avoid exposing eyelash extensions to excessive steam heat or moisture during the first 3 hours after lash extension application


- Do you wear contacts, if yes, will you be able to wear eyeglasses instead, during the first 3 hours after lash extension application


- Will you avoid receiving airbrush or spray tanning during first 3 hours after lash extension application


BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT


- Notify us if you are already wearing eyelash extensions


- Please remove all eye and face cosmetics and skincare products, including foundation, eye makeup, mascara, sunscreen, moisturizer, eye cream, eye serums etc, and cleanse your lashes thoroughly prior to arriving for your appointment


- Please do not curl your lashes on the day of appointment


- Please do not apply heavy moisturizers or facial oils to your eye area 24 hours prior to your appointment


- If you curl your eyelashes, do so at least 24 hours prior to your lash appointment, and notify us.


- Please cleanse your eyes thoroughly and wait at least 24 hours after a full set of eyelash extension removal, before receiving a new set of eyelash extensions, especially if removal was done using the adhesive removal


- Please notify us if you have recently had any invasive treatments and treatments that can irritate the skin such as fillers, injectables, skin resurfacing, chemical peels, eyebrow waxing, laser treatments, or permanent cosmetics.



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