Ready for longer, volumized & fuller lashes?
What to Expect
Your appointment will begin with a thorough consultation with your eyelash extensions therapist in one of our private and serene treatment rooms. During the consultation, your therapist may ask questions about your health, lifestyle, and beauty routine, and review aftercare instructions, to ensure that eyelash extensions are a right fit for you. You will also have the opportunity to discuss your lash look goals so that your therapist can better customize your ultimate lash look.
While comfortably laying down with your eyes closed, your therapist will gently cleanse and prep your lashes for extensions. A complimentary under-eye gel pad, infused with Collagen and Aloe Vera, is placed below each eye to help rejuvenate and firm the under-eye area while getting lashed. Collagen is also known to help reduce any fine lines and wrinkles, restore or maintain skin elasticity, and promote glowing, vibrant skin.
During the eyelash extension application process, your therapist will isolate each individual natural lash to expertly attach a synthetic extension, creating a seamless look. The extensions are attached only to your natural lashes, and never applied to your skin. The application process is painless and relaxing. Many clients fall asleep during the process, and wake up to longer, voluminous lashes.
Your therapist will go over the aftercare instructions once more, and will provide you with a written copy of these instructions. We ask all clients to purchase the aftercare product ($27.95) to maintain and extend the life span of your eyelash extensions. The aftercare product seals and protects the bond between your natural lash and eyelash extension, extending its life span and maximizing your lash look.
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frequently asked questions
is it true that eyelash extensions can damage my natural lashes?
To be completely honest, there isn't a simple yes or no answer to this question. It truly depends on the application, lashes and adhesive used, and how one takes care of their lashes. In our experience, eyelash extensions does not damage the natural lash if applied and taken care of properly. This is why it is important to go to a properly certified and licensed facility. Our eyelash extensions therapists here at The JHON-JHON Institute are fully certified, have many years of experience, and specialize in correction work.
what kind of eyelash extensions should i get?
Your eyelash extensions therapist will be able to discuss which lashes would work best for you. Every lash look is customized to each individual client, and your therapist will work with you to help reach your lash look goals. One point to keep in mind is that longer and thicker extensions are not always best. Excess weight and length can cause stress on the natural lash and may result in the natural lash breaking of shedding prematurely. Most of those who have experienced damaged lashes have had the wrong type of lashes applied by uneducated or inexperienced technicians. An experienced technician will fully isolate a natural lash and adhere an extension to it, being care to avoid adhering directly to the skin. This method allows your natural lashes to grow and shed freely, and not be restricted by being stuck to other lashes.
can i get my eyelash extensions wet?
It is okay to get your lashes wet, and we recommend you cleanse them daily to avoid dirt and oil build-up. However, we recommend avoiding getting your lashes wet for the first 48 hours to allow the adhesive to fully cure.
can i touch my lashes?
We recommend brushing your lashes with a clean mascara wand if required, but do not pull, play or pick at the extensions as you may pull out your natural lash. We recommend applying our aftercare product, The Ultimate Protective Coating, to extend the life span of your eyelash extensions. The aftercare product seals and protects the bond between your natural lash and the eyelash extension.
can i wear mascara?
With eyelash extensions, your lashes should be long, full, and volumized, removing the need for mascara. However, if you choose to wear mascara, be sure that it is a water-based, and be gentle when removing the mascara.