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Types of lashes

image of a strip/band lash. These  are not for long term wear.


image of cluster lashes which are not recommended for long term wear.

Strip/Band lashes and Cluster lashes are NOT individual lash extensions!!!

computer image showing the difference between classic, volume and hybrid eyelash extensions.

Temporary false lashes are any lashes designed to be worn for no more than 1 day. Temporary false lashes are also known as Strip or Band Lashes and Clusters or Flare lashes, "They can be made with a variety of materials and are not designed to be worn when showering, sleeping or swimming. They are applied with lash glue designed specifically for temporary lashes. We do not offer Strip band or cluster lashes. 


Semi-permanent lashes, also known as individual eyelash extensions, are eyelashes applied with an FDA approved adhesive with a stronger bond. Generally, a single lash is applied to each natural lash. When applied properly, neither the extension lash nor the glue should touch the eyelid. The bond is designed to last until the lashes naturally fall out, though the extensions may fall out faster if one uses oil-based eye makeup remover or rubs eyes regularly, as oil weakens the bond between the glue and the lash. Eyelash extensions remain on for approximately 3-4 weeks with their natural growth and shedding cycle. To keep the eyelashes full, one must maintain them by refilling every 2-3 weeks. Eyelash extensions are waterproof and give the appearance of having mascara on without the messy clumps and smudging of makeup. To keep your eyelashes maintained, one should not rub on their eyes or wear any mascara. Instead, you should use oil-free make up removal wipes, eyelid cleanser, and avoid rubbing around the eye area.


Eyelash extensions come in various lengths, colors and thicknesses, from natural-looking, to glamorous, as well as dramatic.

Close up black and white photo of a brown eye with Hybrid lash extensions.
extreme close up image of the diameters of lash extensions.
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