Eyelash extensions for your wedding day

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When it comes to your wedding day, you want to look your best down to the finest detail, this includes you eyelashes. Eyelash Extensions can be the finishing touch to your eyes for your big day.

Here you can find everything you wanted to know about having eyelash extensions for your wedding day.

Emma Apps, Lash expert at Lash Perfect, answers your questions on eyelash extensions.

1. Should I get extensions for my wedding day?

Eyelash extensionsIf someone is considering getting lashes for their wedding then they need them. Lashes can vary from very natural to thick and glamorous, a consultation at the beginning of your treatment will help to determine the style to suit you. It ensures you will have no mascara running down your eyes on you wedding day - and make a fantastic transition into your honeymoon, giving you great looking lashes with no effort and energy required!

2. What are the different types of lashes available?

Lashes are available in several different techniques. We offer individual lashes which come in four different curls, four different thicknesses and lengths from 6mm to 15mm. Volume lashes are a multi-lash technique, and are fantastic for light fluffy looks to thick and full glamour.

3. How long does it take to apply the lashes?

A half set of individual lashes will look more natural and only take up to an hour to apply. Full sets take up to 1.5 hours. Our volume techniques can take up to 2 hours to apply.

4. How long do they last?

Extensions will last as long as your natural lash, you naturally shed lashes every day, so we recommend regular maintenance to keep them looking their best. Ideally 30 minutes every two weeks to ensure they look even and full.

5. What’s the upkeep?

You must take care of your lashes between appointments by keeping them dry for the first 24 hours, avoiding heat for 48 hours and not using oil products on or too close to your eyes while you have them on.


November 3, 2017

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