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Lash Envy  -  (651)793-3569   -  - 9088 Buchanan Trail, Inver Grove Heights, MN, 55076

What are eyelash extension?
Eyelash extension involved individual or multiple synthetic stands of lashes from different length/thickness and placing it onto an individual natural lash.  

Will eyelash extension damage my lashes?
No, the right technique will not damage your lashes. Be sure to not pull or rub your lashes as it will pull out your own natural lashes.                                                                                                                                

How long does eyelash extension last?
Eyelash extension last between 2-6 weeks depending on the aftercare such as daily routine and shedding cycle. See below on shedding cycle

Are eyelash extension safe?

Yes! Eyelash extension is safe, Lash Envy only use medical grade adhesive that is safe, the glue will never touch the skin and only applied/touch your natural lash.


Can I wear makeup or mascara?

Yes, mascara isn't recommended and you won't really need it but if you must, be sure that your makeup/face wash/make up remover/ mascara is OIL-FREE and NOT waterproof, as it will break down the glue and you'll lose your extension sooner.


How long will it take the processes of putting lashes on take?

Depending how the volume of your natural lashes, it take between 45min-2hr.


How do I take care of my lashes?

  • Don't wet or steam your lashes for 24 hours

  • Avoid heat such as oven or BBQ, it can melt or discomfort your extension

  • Avoid pulling or rubbing your extension


  • Clean your lashes 2-3 times and or daily

  • Do not perm, curl or tint your lashes

  • Brush daily

  • Sleep on your back and not on your stomach

Will I have any reaction to eyelash extension?

The 3 main reaction that can happen are allergies, cause by lash extension glue ingredients.  Signs of allergic reactions include skin redness, puffiness, and itchiness and usually occur within 48 hours. Irritation is common and can be cause by the under-eye pad or thickness of the extension. Signs of irritation include puffiness, eyeball redness, and itchiness. These symptoms don’t usually last longer than 48 hours. Eye infection, known as Blepharitis, this happens due to poor eye hygiene, when dead skin is not being regularly washed. You’ll experience a red tender bump on eyelid, burning, tearing, swollen and/or crusting on the eye’s waterline.

Do I need to take a break from lash extension?
No, but it is recommend to remove your lashes every 6 months and clean the lash line due to the possible development of blepharitis, cleaning and reapplied extension can be done same day.

Why my lashes don't last?

It's hard to say why one persons lashes last longer and the other persons lashes doesn't last long, it depends on daily routine and activity. A person who suffer from oily skin or a person who has dry skin that is using oily products to help with the dryness may lose their lashes sooner, wetting your lashes within 24 hours after having them applied, too little moisture will not cure the glue and too much moisture will over cure causing the glue to go in shock resulting in brittle bonds and can also cause the glue to turn white (happens often with watery eyes during the application as well). Trichotillomania Tangle is a hair pulling/tangling condition where a person has the urge to pull out their own hair. Thyroid Conditions can make your hair brittle, thin, and dry and cause hair to fall out earlier than usual. Alopecia Areata is a skin disease that results in hair loss, your immune system attacks hair follicles causing them to fall out into round bald spots.
A few things that does play it's role in bad retention. 

  • Oils

  • Glyceryl

  • Anti depressants

  • Argon oil

  • Skin/hair/nail supplements (make lashes grow quickly)

  • HRT (hormonal changes)

  • Steroids (can cause loss or lashes or rapid growth)

  • Intense face creams

  • Mascara

  • Heavy makeup

  • Lack of aftercare/cleaning

  • Eyeliner

  • Eydrops (latanaprost and Xalatan)

  • Facials

  • Sunbeds

  • Swimming

  • Sweating

  • Thyroid meds

  • False lash strip glue

  • Saunas

  • Some lash cleansing foams

  • Acne meds

  • Self tanning lotion

  • Sun creams

  • Hay fever

  • Living in high humid countries (like the UK)

  • Chemical peels

  • Menstrual cycles


The upper eyelid has more and longer lashes than the lower lid. A person has between 70-160 lashes on each upper lid, while there are only 60-80 lashes on the lower lid. The upper lashes are generally between 7-12mm in length and their average lifespan is anywhere from 45-90 days. People lose between
2-5 lashes per day during each natural cycle.

Each natural lash goes through 3 stage of growth:
Anagen - natural lashes are growing
Catagen - natural lashes stop growing
Telogen - is the resting stage; older lashes will be pushed out by new lashes.