Hey there my lovelies,
A full set requires an 1hr to be done.
No, as lash extensions are attached with your actual lash and no glue comes in contact with the eyelid.
It rarely happens, but when it does, client will ask me to continue with the application. If it persists, the under eye patches will help soak the tears.
This is needed every 3 to 4 weeks.
Yes, they will, same as your natural lashes do. New lashes will grow in their place and this is why infills are important as I will add more extensions to the new grown lashes.
Yes, you can, but do avoid getting your lashes wet for a least 12 hours, even better 24hrs. With regards products do avoid oil based makeup removers cleansers and lotions as they will melt the glue used. Glue takes a good 24 hours to become water proof. I suggest to use make up wipes to take off your eye make-up.
No, it is not recommended as the mascara will clamp your extensions, which will result in ruining the extensions look. Any other make up can be worn anywhere apart your lashes. Try avoiding oil-based make-up as it can migrate onto the lashes.
No. As I said before the glue used will in time weaken and extension will fall naturally just like your natural lashes.
Just like you would with a hairstylist or any other professional do your research, who would you want to go to and how long they have been working in this field. Look at before-and-after photos, read reviews and always make sure they use a reputable brand of products that are in line with EU standards. Also, that they are licensed and lash-certified.
Safe to say that I can now confirm that I have become allergic 😦
Until next time,
Disclaimer: As a token of appreciation, I was given the opportunity to have this treatment done, for the purpose of this review. All opinions reflect my own personal experience and are in no way CHIC Med-Aesthetic has influenced the content of this post – All thoughts on the treatment are honest.