Lash Extensions are the talk of the town, but have you heard about all these other lash treatments?
-Permanent solution once reserved for medical patients.
-Cosmetic surgery that involves removal of hair from the back of the head and transplantation of additional eyelashes around the eye.
-Semi-permanent solution for longer, thicker, and fuller eyelashes.
-Single strands of lashes are bonded to your natural lashes.
-Touch ups to fill in fallen lashes are recommended. Lashes last until your natural eyelashes fall out, approximately 2 months.
-Temporary individual lashes or full set. Natural looking and funky varieties.
-Apply with eyelash glue. Use tweezers to guide into place.
-Most false eyelashes can be reused if properly cleaned and maintained.
-Available with or without a prescription.
-A thin line of product is applied at the base of the lashes.
-Longer, full lashes will cease when product is discontinued.
-Safest when performed by trained professionals although at home kits are available.
-Lashes are wrapped around a curler. Chemicals and conditioners are applied.
-Lashes will stayed curled approximately one month.
-Lifts and curls eyelashes at the root.
-Heated lash curlers designed for use after mascara application for a longer lasting curl.
-Lashes need to be curled at least once a day.
-Temporarily dyes eyelashes giving the appearance of dark lashes.
-Eliminates the need for mascara for approximately 3-5 weeks.
-Clear mascara will help define and separate lashes. It can also help hold curl, reduce smudge, and make lashes shine.
-Colored mascara will give you a fun, flirty look. Try blue, green, or purple mascara, but remember not to match your shadow to your mascara.