What is the difference between a classic, hybrid, and volume set?

A classic set is made of individually placed, single, classic extensions placed on every eyelash. A hybrid set is a mix between classic eyelash extensions and handmade volume fans. A volume set is made entirely of volume fans, which are multiple, extremely light eyelashes fanned into a "V" shape placed on a single eyelash. 

Will eyelash extensions ruin my natural lashes?

When done properly, eyelash extensions will not ruin your natural eyelashes. In order for eyelash extensions to be done properly, there  must be one classic or volume fan per natural eyelash, allowing them to grow. 

Can I get my eyelash extensions wet?

After 24 hours, you can get your eyelash extensions wet. Be sure to brush them when you get out of the water as they dry in order to maintain fluffiness.

How do I take care of my eyelash extensions? 

Brush your eyelash extensions 3 times a day. Avoid picking, pulling, or rubbing your eyelashes as the natural oils on your hands will break down the glue. Try to avoid sleeping on your face, or buy an eyelash extension mask to sleep in if you can not. Do not put mascara, and preferably eyeliner, on your top lashes. Avoid anything oil based around your eyes. Regularly clean your eyelash extensions whenever you take a shower or wash your face. Do this with either baby shampoo or a specialized eyelash foaming cleanser. If you do not clean your eyelashes, it will result in an infection and poor retention due to bacteria and oil collecting on your lash line. 

How long do I have to wait for a fill?

You need to get fills because your extensions will shed with your natural lashes. I offer fills as early as 1 week, and the average time for fills is 2 weeks, although some clients can go 3 weeks. You need to have at least 40% of your lashes for it to be considered a fill, and notify your lash tech if you have less going in to your fill otherwise your fill might be subject to additional fees. 

What if I want my eyelashes to be more full?

You can upgrade from a classic set to either a hybrid or volume. To upgrade, it is $10  more than what the original fill price for your new set is.