Brows and Lashes

What is Brow Lamination?

Eyebrow lamination is a relatively new procedure that focuses on creating shiny, smooth brows. Also sometimes called an “eyebrow perm,” the high-shine effects tend to be sought after by those who may be experiencing thinning or unruly brows. Unlike microblading, needles and coloring are not involved



In total, brow lamination takes 1 hour or less to complete. Optional add-ons to the procedure may include:

  • tweezing excess hairs
  • waxing to create your desired arch
  • tinting for color enhancement or changes

You will also want to apply a nourishing oil or cream every night to help prevent your brows from drying out.

Eyebrow lamination may help address a variety of concerns you may have with your own brows, including:

  • thinning hair that may occur with age
  • gaps in your brows from overplucking or over waxing in the past
  • unruly hairs that tend to go different directions despite brushing them
  • a lack of shape or unevenness

Overall, brow lamination is said to make brows look thicker and fuller. Pulling the hairs up vertically may also make it look like you are experiencing new growth. The entire process is also completely non-invasive.

What is Lash lift & Tint?

The Lash Lift is a revolutionary technique that gives volume, curl and length to your natural lashes. One way to think of a lash lift is like a perm for your eyelashes. Unlike a lash extension, a lash lift simply alters the shape and color of your natural lashes. 


Do I need to prepare for the Lash Lift?

Please don’t wear any makeup and if you wear contact lenses, you will need to remove these before the treatment.

How long will a Lash Lift last?

Because the Lash Lift uses your natural lashes to create that coveted wide-eyed look, this amazing treatment will last up to 6-8 weeks. Even better, there is no need for any maintenance appointment in between treatments! As with every beauty treatment, results can vary from person to person, and some activities, including swimming for example, can cause the bonds in the lashes to prematurely weaken.   If your lash lift doesn’t last the full 8 weeks, the minimum time frame you can repeat the treatment is 6 weeks after your initial procedure.

Can I use curler after lash lift?

We do not recommend the use of an eyelash curler after your Lash Lift, however, as a Lash Lift gives a much better result than using a curler! But more importantly, using an eyelash curler may weaken and damage your lashes.

 Is a Lash Lift the same as an eyelash perm?

No! While the chemicals used in the Lash Lift are the same eye-safe products as in a perm, the Lash Lift has ditched the old-fashioned, over-curling lash perm rollers. Instead, by using silicone pads to lift the lash straight upwards from the root, we can create dreamy custom lashes that are either straight or curled, depending on your desired look.

 Will the Lash Lift damage my natural lashes?

No. The chemical procedure used in the Lash Lift is safe for and gentle on your natural lashes. You may experience some redness around the eye immediately after the process, however this will be from the pressure of the pads and should disappear within a few minutes.

Can I wear makeup after my lash lift?

Definitely! If you want to enhance your Lash Lift even further, just wait 24 hours after the treatment to use your favorite mascara. We recommend a non-waterproof mascara as it is easier to remove than a waterproof one, keeping your newly lengthened lashes protected against vigorous makeup removal.

Can I use eye-makeup remover?

Yes, but please wait 24 hours after the procedure before you do this, and make sure it’s oil free.

 Post Care Instructions

The first 24-48 hours after receiving your Lash Lift or Brow lamination are the most important for effectiveness and safety. During this period, make sure you:

  • Keep your lashes or brow dry and makeup free
  • Avoid any cream or lotion that is oil-based
  • Any Retinol products

In General:

  • Do not use waterproof mascara
  • Do not use an eyelash curler
  • Do not rub or irritate your eyes or Brows