Do You Even (Lash) Lift?

We’ve noticed a trend of people asking us about our lash lift but haven’t decided to get one yet. So that’s why this January we are running a special on our lash lift and lash tint to help you start off the new year beautiful! It’s easy, no maintenance and SO much better than getting eyelash extensions. This is a non-destructive way of creating a dramatic look that is low-maintenance.

So before we get into the details, here's the details everyone wants to know!

How often can I get a lash lift?

You can receive a lash lift every 6-10 weeks depending on the growth cycle of your lashes.  Another fun thing to add to your lash lift is an eyelash tint! That way lashes are dark even without mascara. In the meantime, you'll get to enjoy curled and lifted lashes!

Can I wear mascara if I get a tint?

Of coarse you can! The tint is perfect for those days that you don't want to put on your mascara.

How much does it cost?

Lash Lifts are $50 and with a tint it's $65. This January we're offering a FREE lash tint with your lash lift for only $50! Click the link below to book yours today!

Is this…. A perm?

Yes! A lash lift is a perm for your eyelashes, but there’s no terrible 80’s hair stories from this kind of a perm.

The Process

When you come in for your appointment we'll sit down and discuss the look you want for your lashes. Here at Beauty Boost we carry two different styles of lash rods, silicone rods and extreme styling shields. The silicone rods provide a more dramatic c-curl effect for a natural-looking lift which is perfect for all eye shapes. Extreme style shields also provide a more dramatic lash lift for lashes that are short or straight, long lashes and people who have hooded eyes.

Once we've established your look we'll go into the treatment room where you'll lay down and we'll start the process. After a thorough cleanse I'll pick out the the right size lash rods for your lash size and apply the lash lifting adhesive and place the rods of your eyelids. Then I'll place the adhesive on the top of the rods and adhere your lashes to the rods while separating the lashes. Once all the lashes are in place a lift lotion (the perm) is applied to the lashes and will set anywhere between 3-10 minutes depending on the condition of your lashes, first time lash lifts average 6 minutes. After the lift lotion has processed I'll take a q-tip and wipe it off and follow with the application of the setting lotion which will set for 2-5 minutes. Ding! Times up! I'll then remove the setting lotion with water and gently remove the lashes from the lash rods and remove the rods from the eyelids.

Any aftercare instructions?

Yes, just one! You cannot get your lashes wet for the first 24 hours. If you need to clean the eye area just wet a cotton round and ring it out well and gently wipe the area. After the first 24 hours you're good to go!