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What is a GEL Lash Lift?
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It is a nourishing lash procedure designed to lift, curl, and tint your natural lashes. Lashes are lifted in a way that creates the illusion of length and fullness, and the results last around 2 months!
How long does the GEL Lashes treatment take?
Depending on your lash length and fullness, it takes roughly 1-1.5 hours.
Are there any extensions added to the lashes?
No, GEL Lashes relies on your own lashes only! If you prefer a more dramatic look, we highly recommend using the GEL Keratin Serum Mascara to encourage healthy lash growth, or a lash growth serum prior to increase the length and fullness of your natural lashes.
Is it the same as a lash perm?
NO! GEL Lashes is a hydrating and nourishing treatment that not only curls but lifts from the root of the lash. With GEL Lashes, there is no damage to the natural lashes, and healthy lash growth is encourage. Traditional lash perms are damaging and result in brittle lashes.
Is there any aftercare or maintenance for GEL Lashes?
Yes, but it is very simple! No wetting/rubbing the lashes for 24 hours after the procedure. After that, you can wear makeup, go swimming, and do everything you normally do! We also recommend using the GEL Keratin Serum Mascara to help extend your GEL Lash Lift and strengthen your lashes.
Can I wear lash extensions with my lash lift?
Lash extensions come pre-curled to suit the downward or straight slope of your natural eyelashes so you can't wear lash extensions with your new lash lift. Also, lifted lashes usually don't have a proper base for the lashes to attach to, making it extremely difficult for your lash artist to apply.
Are there any harmful chemicals?
NO! GEL Lashes is formulated without any harmful chemicals, fumes or ammonia.
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