Updated: Nov 3
Lash lifts are one of the newest (and hottest) trends in the lash industry, and it’s clear why. This non-invasive, simple lash service permanently curls the natural eyelashes, both ridding liftees of the need for eyelash curlers, and waking up droopy eyes.
What Is Exactly Lash Lift & Tint
A lash lift and tint service uses cream solutions to permanently “lift” and tint the eyelashes. Lash lifting is essentially a new-age lash perm that uses cream-based products and silicone shields to curl natural eyelashes—eliminating the need for traditional eyelash curlers. Unlike old school lash perms, which use barrel rollers and give lashes a tight and unnatural curl, lash lifts use silicone shields to lift the natural lashes upward, simultaneously giving height, length and volume. When a lash lift and tint are used together, they replace the need for daily eyelash curling and mascara.
Is Keratin Lash Lift Safe For Pregnant Women?
Pregnancy and breastfeeding can affect the end result of a lift because of the additional hormones produced by the body and the changes that the bodies hair goes through during these times (hands up who lost hair during their pregnancies?)
As with any beauty service, pregnant or breastfeeding women should speak with a physician before getting a lash lift. Lash lifting products do not touch the skin, however, if a reaction or sensitivity was to occur during or following the service, pregnant women may not be permitted to treat it with antihistamines or other medications. Pregnancy has also been known to affect the growth rate, and texture, of hair and eyelashes, so pregnant clients may experience less lift than usual. We recommend not performing lash lifts or tints on first trimester pregnancies but that`s all.