Microblading After Care

• Wait at least 24 hours before getting your lashes wet. This includes showering, splashing water on your face, visits to the sauna/steam room, swimming, crying and sweating.
• Don’t unnecessarily touch your lashes, no matter how bad you want to touch them. Don't rub, pick or pull your lashes to avoid permanent damage to your natural eyelash.
• Wash lashes at least twice daily.
• Brush lashes daily.
• Avoid applying oil-based or waterproof cosmetics and creams on or around the eyes.
• Schedule your follow up or fill appointment 2-3 weeks from your last appointment date.
• If you have any questions or concerns, please call or email us.

Please remember lash extensions shed according to your natural eyelash growth cycle. Simply put, your natural eyelash growth cycle is the length of time before your eyelash falls out naturally. The average life span of an eyelash is between 90 and 120 days. And, of course, when your natural eyelash falls out, so does your extension. Everyone’s eyelash growth cycle differs, and often eyelash extensions can last up to several weeks. On average, a person naturally loses one to four eyelashes every day. There are six factors that affect how long eyelash extensions may appear to last, with one key factor being how well you take care of them. Your lashes will require minimal care, but to ensure that your extensions stay beautiful and last as long as possible, follow these tips.