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A lash lift lasts 4-6 weeks with no need for infills or upkeep of any kind, and when combined with a lash tint you don't even need to wear mascara.
Shields are used for lift in the lash but they do add curl as you go up in sizes so this could be another factor to consider as well. If your client has shorter lashes and wants a more dramatic or longer lash, choose a shield. If your client has a hooded eye or deep set eyes, you probably will want to use shields.
Choosing the Right Size Silicone Shield S- small, which gives curl even to the tiniest lashes. M- medium perfect for small and medium. L- Large this size can handle medium and long lashes. XL- extra-large for those very long lashes.
A Lash Lift can last 6-8 weeks but can vary from person to person. There is no need for any maintenance appointments in between but you will need to have the process repeated every 6-8 weeks to lift the new hair growth.
Honest answer: No, it's not safe to do DIY lash lifts at home. There is a good reason most lash lift kits you find online are indicated for professional use only. "Putting chemicals on your lashes could be irritating and potentially damaging to the cells on the surface of the eye," says Dr.
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If lashes are too long for the shield, go up a size. If lashes are only sitting halfway up the shield, go down a shield size. As a general rule of thumb, most clients will use either a small or medium shield as most clients have natural lashes around 8-11mm in maximum length.
You can definitely wear mascara with your lash lift. Just remember to avoid using any kind of waterproof mascara since most contain some kind of an oil base, like castor oil. Opt for a water-based or mineral mascara with natural fibers to keep your lash extensions looking fresh.
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contraindications and their relationship to lash and brow services: acne. allergies to products. infection in the eye or the eye area. bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral infections. rashes. skin allergies.

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