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Eyelash Extensions – A Quick Guide.

Updated: Aug 25, 2020

Our previous blog went over lash lifts, the semi-permanent curl for your eyelashes, and your eyelash curler’s worst enemy. Now your mascara and curler’s jobs are up for grabs with this amazing service we offer – eyelash extensions!

We offer three different methods of eyelash extensions: Express, Individual, and Volume.

What Are Individual Eyelashes?

Your aesthetician separates each and every one of your natural lashes and attaches an extension to them. It gives your eyelashes a length and boldness.

How Long Do They Last?

Since they’re adhered to your natural lashes, they last as long as your natural lash does. They grow and fall out with your hair, but touch-ups are recommended at 3-4 weeks.

How Long Does an Appointment Take?

Appointments can take anywhere from 1-2 hours to complete depending on how many lashes you have.

What Are Express Eyelashes?

Express eyelashes are extensions that are applied over your natural lashes at patterned intervals to create a voluminous and bold look.

How Long do They Last?

Express Lashes last 2 weeks and are to be professionally removed to avoid damaging your natural lashes.

How Long Does an Appointment Take?

An appointment can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to complete.

What are Volume Lashes?

Volume lashes are similar in technique to individual eyelash extensions except a cluster of false eyelashes are attached to a single natural lash.

How Long Do They Last?

They last as long as your natural lash does, but touch-ups are recommended every 3-4 weeks to maintain your natural lash health and your bold look.

How Long Does an Appointment Take?

Volume Lash Appointments Take anywhere from 1-2 hours to complete.

Eyelash extensions, with proper care and maintenance, are your best friend for stunning looks with minimal effort.

Book an appointment to get your eyelash extensions with American Laser & Aesthetics Institute’s amazing aestheticians!

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