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.
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.
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.
The procedure takes approximately 45-60 minutes.
No, a certified and trained Elleebana Lash Lift specialist will perform the procedure with proper care and technique.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.