Express Lashes

High quality lash extensions are applied in-between the natural lashes tapered to imitate your own lashes for a flawless look.

  • Must not wear any eye makeup to appointment
  • Not suitable while pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Not suitable if suffering from watery or dry eyes
  • Not suitable if suffering from recent eye infection
  • Not suitable if suffering from Herpes Simplex (Cold sore)
  • For health and safety Love Beauty will not infill onto lashes that already have other lashes on provided by a different salon
  • Eyes will be slightly open during treatment

Express Lashes | £25.00 – £40.00 |

Approx 25 mins Natural Look |

Approx 30 – 40 mins Fuller Look

 


  • Love Beauty recommend clients have a lash tint treatment prior to Express Lashes to enhance final look
  • Arrive to appointment wearing no eye makeup
  • Please be aware your face makeup around surrounding area may be removed during treatment
  • Advise lash technician of any known allergies prior to appointment
  • Treatment cannot be carried out if pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Remove contact lenses prior to treatment
  • Treatment cannot be carried out if suffering with herpes simplex virus (cold sore)
  • Lashes must be removed after 2 weeks, either professionally or using Nouveau Lashes Lash Extension Remover
  • Do not get lashes wet for the first 24 hours
  • Avoid steam, saunas and swimming for the first 48 hours
  • Avoid touching, rubbing or introducing foreign bodies or contaminants into the treatment area
  • Ensure lashes are not disturbed or manipulated into different positions (e.g. when sleeping, cleansing the face, applying moisturiser or cosmetics)
  • Do not perm lashes or use lash curlers
  • Avoid strong sunlight or UV light (if tinted)
  • Do not use waterproof mascara
  • Use oil free makeup remover if mascara is worn

To achieve the maximum results from any lash treatment, it is essential that you follow the aftercare advice. Failure to do so could lead to an adverse treatment outcome (e.g. irritation, swelling, lash damage). If redness or irritation does occur, apply a damp cotton wool compress. If symptoms persist, consult a GP.

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