On behalf of tvlesson.com, my name is Miriam Behar, I’m a licenses aesthetician, makeup artist, and certified lash stylist in South Florida.
Let’s talk a little bit about semi-permanent eyelash extensions. First of all, what are they? They are synthetic hairs that are extremely fine and they exactly replicate the curve and weight of your natural lash. They’re applied by a licensed certified beauty professional one by one to each individual lash using a medical graded adhesive that is safe for use around the eyes.
You should only have a licensed professional apply these. I’ve heard many horror stories about unlicensed people practicing this and the results can be damage to your eye, damage to your lashes, and irritation. So you definitely want to avoid that, look for licensed aestheticians, licensed lash stylists, and you basically want to make sure that everything is above forward when you have something working with your eyes. It’s very important that everything is clean; everything is sterilized, so there are no infections.
Many women find that they don’t need to wear mascara after having lash extensions applied because it makes your lashes look fuller, longer, thicker, darker, basically everything that mascara does but it’s on your eyes 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And you don’t feel it. It just feels like you’ve got nothing on, on your lashes or on your eyes but it gives you the look of fuller, longer, and thicker, and darker lashes.
You can also have them highlighted with individual colored lashes in with the natural colored lashes to accent your eye color as well. so if you’ve seen techniques for enhancing your eye color with makeup, you can do the same thing with individual colored lashes when you have semi-permanent lash extensions done.
Semi-permanent lash extensions indefinitely with touch ups depending on your geographical location, the cost can be anywhere from $300.00 to $600.00 for a full set with touch ups leading between $85.00 to $150.00 it’s a luxury service so you want to allow about two to two and a half hours when you’re having your full set done, and about an hour to an hour and a half when you have your touch ups done.
On behalf of tvlesson.com, this is Miriam Behar, thanks for watching.