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Lash Lifts

Longer lashes without the maintenance! Find out why a lash lift and tint is one of our most popular services.

A lash lift is essentially a perm for your lashes, the most effective way to look like you’re wearing mascara even when you aren’t. A lash lift mimics the effects of an eyelash curler – without the daily hassle! Lasting results for a longer period, what more could you want?

How to prepare

On the day of your lash lift appointment it is important that you arrive without any eye makeup, or contact lenses. Please do not curl your lashes as it may interfere with your results.

The last lift process

Your Beauty Therapist will place a silicon rod over your eyelid, and start to lift and curl the lashes. Two solutions are then applied; the first solution relaxes the lashes, and the second solution sets the lashes in the new, lifted position.

If you are also getting a lash tint, the tint will be applied when the lash lift solutions are rinsed off.

Lash lift aftercare

For 24-48 hours after your lash lift, avoid any eye makeup and getting your eyelashes wet. Be mindful not to touch or rub your eyes, as any moisture or friction will affect your results.

For the life of your lash lift, avoid waterproof mascara and products that contain silicone, parabens, fruit acids or lactic acids (these can interfere with your new lash shape and can cause broken and brittle lashes).

We recommend using the Dalton Face Care – Refresh & Firm Eye Gel to help ensure lashes and the skin around the eyes stay smooth, nourished and healthy.

To help maintain your lash lift results, use Elleeplex by Eleebana. Elleeplex is an advanced gel formula used to promote lash health. Elleeplex includes proteins, amino acids, keratin, biotin and collagen.

Make your tint last longer

The quality of your colour can be affected by sun exposure, saltwater and chlorine, so it is best to avoid these if you want to keep your brow or lash tint for as long as possible. Applying a non-greasy, SPF 50+ sunscreen like Dalton Sun Care UVA/UBA Protection Cream can help shield your brow tint from the harsh rays that cause tints to fade.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does a lash lift take?

A lash lift and tint will take no more than 45 minutes to complete.

How long will a lash lift last?

Lash lifts are permanent for the full natural lash shedding cycle, which is typically 6-8 weeks. Your lashes will look their most dramatic during the first 4 weeks, but it is important to wait until your full lash cycle is over before having another lift. To keep your eyelashes looking amazing, we recommend getting another lash tint half way through the life of your lash lift.

Is a lash lift waterproof?

You will need to avoid water or any moisture (including exercising, saunas, and more) for the first 48 hours following the treatment. After this, your lash lift will be completely waterproof.

Why is my lash lift not as dramatic as I thought it would be?

Our Beauty Therapists aim to deliver the best result possible at your first lash lift appointment. However, as we do not know how your lashes will respond to the lifting solutions, every first-time lash lift client has a maximum amount of time that the solution can be left on the lashes. This is to ensure your lashes stay strong and healthy.

At your next visit we can establish a more tailored curl and lift to get the best results possible. The feedback you give regarding the lift and curl e.g. more of a lift, more curl or less curl helps us tailor your treatment to better suit your style preference.

Will a lash lift damage my eyelashes?

When you have a lash lift done by an experienced Therapist, wait the recommended 8-10 weeks between treatments, and follow the correct aftercare it is unlikely your lashes will experience any damage. Lash lifts can cause damage if your lashes are overprocessed, this is common when using at-home kits.