**After care for your lashes is located at bottom of page**

Types of Extensions:

Classic-Classic lashes can be any desired legnth. The type of lash does not mean the length like many people think. These type of extensions are the most natural and one single lash to one single extension.

Hybrid- These type of extensions have a mix of classic lashes and volume lashes. Volume lashes are thinner extensions with a single base where it bonds then fans out into many thin "wispy" extensions to make your lashes appear fuller without too much fluff.

Volume- Volume extensions are single at the base and fans out at the tips into many appearance of extensions. This will create the fluffiest look and is the most popular these days. They don't necessarily have to be long, you can pick your desired length. 

Mega Volume- These lashes are the same as volumes, we just use fans that have more tips to create a fuller end result.

ALL NEW UV LIGHT CURED EXTENSIONS- This technology has definetely changed the lash game. Anyone who is sensitive to lash adhesive, has had a reaction, or has retention issues with their lashes staying on should try these extensions! They are placed individually just like the original technique, but we cure each lash with a UV light using a foot pedal after each one is placed. This makes us able to achieve a fuller look because we can move the lashes around a lot more after each one is bonded in order to get every lash, even the hard to bond shorter hairs. Our clients are able to go 3-5 weeks between fills, typically around 3 weeks if you want to keep them extra full. 

Q. What the heck are lash extensions?

A. Lash extensions are a polyester silk material, which is the closest to natural hair. They are individually placed onto each of your natural lashes, one at a time, using tweezers to separate each lash and surgical grade adhesive to bond each one. These are bonded individually so that your natural lashes can grow at different rates and naturally shed out when your natural lashes do. Your natural lash cycle will shed lashes everyday, but usually sheds many every 30-60 days. This is why after getting your lashes fills are needed about every 2-3 weeks to keep them full and on point!

Q. Why do they come off?

A. Everyone's natural lashes shed about every 30-60 days. Most people just don't notice it because it happens in the shower or when you sleep. When your natural lashes shed one at a time so do your extensions. They are permanently bonded, but since your natural lashes aren't permanent neither are your extensions. This is why fills are needed. Don't worry your lashes always keep growing. It's your bodies defense system against sweat and tears. When one lash falls out a new one is growing underneath, kind of like a baby tooth.

Q. How often do I have to come to get fills?

A. Most clients come in for fills anywhere between 2-4 weeks most averaging 2-3 weeks. Everyone's natural lashes shed out differently so a lot of it depends on that. There are a ton of reasons that can cause your extensions to fall out prematurely so aftercare is very important. 

Q. Does it hurt?

A. Absolutely not! If you are at a place and it is hurting or uncomfortable, get the F out!

Q. Will my extensions be full like Kim Kardashians?

A. Maybe...It all depends on how many natural lashes you have. If you have 20 natural lashes you get 20 extensions. We can change the thickness, length, and curl to some degree. We won't cake a bunch on top of each other like some salons out there. That looks good for about a week, but then your natural lashes will take a beating underneath from the weight and the amount of glue. We make sure to cover every lash to give you the fullest look possible. We also have some techniques to give you a fuller look if you are a good candidate.

Q. What if I don't want them anymore?

A. Too bad you are stuck with them...Just kidding! We have a gentle cream that is placed on your extensions that removes the bond and they slip right off.

Q. Can I shower and workout with them?

A. Yes, please do! You just have to wait 24-48 hours to be around any kind of heat, steam, or submerging them.

Q. How much does it cost?

A. We keep our costs as low as possible. The only thing is sometimes remember that saying you get what you pay for? Well, this definitely goes for lash extensions. Lash Divas uses the highest quality extensions, not some cheap plastic or corse ones that your friends could be wearing from a Groupon. We constantly are comparing our lash prices to others in the industry and try to be comparable to other quality lash spas. We take the time to make sure every lash is covered and meets the desired look you are wanting. 

**We have different levels of Lashists to fit every budget!**

Shoot over to (OUR DIVAS) page to see our different lash artists or click the (BOOK NOW) button to view specific pricing 

*Beginner Lashist

Just finished training, but still slower paced application times & might not be as perfect while they are still in the learning phase.

*Junior Lashist 

These Divas have been lashing for a minimum of 3 months on their own, but still perfecting their skills. Your appointment can take a little longer with a Junior artist.

*Advanced Lashist

These Divas have been lashing long enough with good isolation and good retention. Your lashes might not be 100% Perfection, but pretty dang close.  Great pricing and results with these Divas!

*Master Lashist

Welcome to your perfect set of lashes! These ladies have been lashing for a minimum of 3 years and will leave your lashes full, dark, and lasting:)

*Master Plus+

These Divas have been lashing at Lash Divas for either a minimum of 5 years or their skill level is at the best of the best around. They might be priced slightly higher, but you won't regret it!!

Q. Will this make my lashes ruined or break them off?

A. Breakage will happen when a lash artist is not trained properly in how to apply lash extensions. Many of you may have heard horror stories of people's lashes being gone or bald after taking their extensions off. There are a couple of reasons why this can happen. If someone has very thin natural lashes but wants a really dramatic unrealistic look, and their technician puts that on for them it will cause breakage. The extension is too heavy for the client's natural lash and will eventually cause the natural lash to break. Another way you can see lash damage is if the technician uses too much adhesive or uses cluster lashes to please the client. Your natural lashes can't breathe right or grow individually causing them to break off under your extensions. 

Here at Lash Divas we take the time to educate you and do your lashes correctly. If it's not done right we won't do it at all. 

Lash Aftercare Instructions:

The less you touch your lashes the longer they will last

First 24 hours:

*Do not touch your extensions, the adhesive needs to stay drying in a specific place.

*Do not get your extensions wet. Avoid taking a shower or bath until the next day. 

UV LIGHT CURED LASHES you can get wet immediatly

First 48 hours:

*Avoid any type of steam or heat such as oven doors, dishwasher doors, bbq's, tanning, showers without the fan on, saunas, hot tubs, facials, massages, yoga, heavy working out

not take a long hot steamy shower, the adhesive is curing the first 2 days so its important to not disrupt the bonding with any heat, steam, or submerging them. 

*You can shower, just make it a quick one that isn't too hot.

*Avoid crying, if you cry within 48 hours of your full set or fill you are at a significantly increased risk of developing a reaction to your lash extensions. 

*This does NOT apply to UV light cured lashes.

Try to avoid:

*Touching, or over brushing your extensions. Some salons will give you a brush or wand to comb them. We recommend not brushing your lashes, especially not the first 72 hours, the bond takes 48 hours to completely cure. Brushing your lashes separates the bond between your extensions and natural lashes, causing them to fall out prematurely. In some cases taking your natural lashes with them. If you must brush them, start mid extension, (ALWAYS avoid the base where they are bonded) and lightly brush up. If you notice your extensions are laying crazy, after you get out of the shower take a blow dryer angle up from your nose on a cool setting and blow them dry.  

Do Not Use Oily Products on the eyelid or around your lashes such as;


*Liquid Eyeshadows (powder products okay)

*Eyeliner (we sell a SAFE extension eyeliner)

*Liquid Foundation

*Eye Primer

*Makeup Setting Spray

*Spray tanning 

*Eye creams

*Makeup removers or wipes

You may wear any eyeliner and mascara on the bottom lashes, but you need to make sure to remove it before sleeping (with baby shampoo & water mixture ONLY). If you leave eyeliner or mascara on when your sleeping it will transfer to your extensions and we will have to completely remove your extensions and replace them at a higher cost. 

How to clean your lashes:

*To remove safe eye makeup, use a bottle of Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo, dump half the bottle out, fill the rest with water, and shake. Use this to dunk a q-tip in or use a soft makeup brush and clean off all eye makeup including lower mascara or eyeliner. Or you can use our famous lash shampoo! Lightly let the water run through your lashes to rinse thoroughly. We recommend only washing your lashes twice a week, and right before your fill. Washing your lashes any more than recommended can cause your extensions to fall out prematurely.

Call or Text us with any questions on how to take care of your extensions or questions you may have about getting them!


Text: 253-799-1327


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