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If you're wanting to ditch the panda eye, we've got you covered. With a treatment that will see you in the pool, the dance floor and even the shower without a single spot of black, eyelash extensions are a dream come true. They're the modern gift of glam, and we're totally here for it. We've pulled all the businesses in Cheltenham so you can find the right pro for you.
You're probably getting the impression that we're a little bit obsessed with your wellness and saving you time, and you'd be correct. So please, let us help you find your next Eyes, Brows & Lashes appointment in Cheltenham. Alternatively, if it turns out we're missing that little hidden gem of a business in your neck of the woods, get in touch. We're on 1300-856-405 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your lash artist applies extensions one by one to create a dramatic or natural look, depending on your what you're after.
When applied in a salon, eyelash extensions do not ruin your lashes at all. That being said, you do need to avoid rubbing, tugging or pulling on your extensions to prevent lash damage.
Eyelash extensions are a great option for anyone who wants longer or fuller lashes perfectly suited to your eye shape and personal tastes.
There are mink, faux-mink, silk and synthetic extensions. Synthetic extensions are the most dramatic while silk lashes are the lightest.
It's really important to avoid contact with water for the first 48 hours to allow the glue to bond. Then, make sure to keep your lashes clean by using a lash extension-safe cleanser and avoiding mascara and oil-based skincare products. Don't worry, you can shower and play sport with lash extensions, but less water exposure is better to keep your lashes looking fab for longer.
Most lash extensions probably need to be replaced after a full growth cycle of natural lashes. This is six to eight weeks for most people, but refills can be done every two to four weeks to take the pressure off a full replacement.
Eyelash extensions cost $105 on average, but the price can vary depending on the type of lashes you want and the look you're after.
Eyelash extension appointments are about 75 minutes long on average.