Lash Lift


Photos by Vannie Llamas

Photos by Vannie Llamas


Lash lifting is a great alternative to lash extensions or for clients who have sensitivities. It is a low maintenance lash solution for clients as results last up to 8 weeks. Using your own lashes, it is permed against a gel eye pad to give it a natural looking "lift".  These are perfect for those who have straight or downward facing natural lashes, giving your eyes and face an instant lift! You will look more awake and even more youthful! 


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I tint my lashes at the same time as the lift?

We recommend tinting your lashes at least 24 hours after your lift because your lashes cannot get wet for 24 hours. Tinting will add even more definition to your lashes, especially if they are blonde or lightly colored.

How should I prepare for my service?

Please arrive to your appointment with no eye makeup on and stop use of waterproof mascara at least 2 days prior to your appointment and discontinue use of waterproof mascara after your treatment to extend the longevity of your lift. Contacts must be removed prior to the appointment.

How long does the service take?

45 minutes.

Who provides the service?

One of our many licensed and trained Estheticians.

Will this damage my eyelashes?

No, it has no damaging effects.

Is it painful?

No, the service is pain free and the gel eye pads are very soothing and comfortable. Slight irritation may occur from the lift solution or gel pads if you have sensitivities.

How long do the results last?

It can last 6-8 weeks! However, there is no guarantee as everyone has different lash growth patterns and different daily activities.

Who is this procedure NOT good for?

Chronic dry eye, conjunctivitis, damaged lashes or lashes with gaps (this treatment may make the gaps more noticeable), active eye infections of any kind, trichotillomania (habitual pulling out of lashes), recent chemo treatments (you will need to wait at least a year from your last treatment. When in doubt, always consult with your physician.)