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Yes. Before you have extensions, shed eyelashes were hard to see since they are tiny, light, and much shorter than extensions. Now your natural lashes are bonded to thick, dark extensions which are more visible to notice. Normally, you should expect to lose a couple of extensions a day but each client is unique, there is no fixed amount of lashes we know for sure. If retention is bad, refers to allergy, seasons, weather changes, client’s health, and routine.

The lashes are catching airborne particles that are hard to see, such as dust, debris, pollen, pollutants, mold spores, makeup... If all these things build up on the extensions for such a long time, there are chances your eyes will be irritated, itchy, develop a serious allergy, or permanent damage to the hair follicle.

This really depends on your lash cycle which is 30-60 days from the time your natural lash start growing until shedding. After about 3-4 weeks, you should expect to have around 50-30% of the extensions
remaining, that is why this is the right time for a fill.

Microblading on oily skin may heal really blurry and can be patchy at some point due to the excess amount of oil in the skin. We normally don’t recommend Microblading for clients who have oily skin.
Best technique for oily skin is Ombre/Powder brow.

During the Tattoo Removal procedure, we technically surf on the epidermis without damaging the deeper layers of the skin which is the dermis. Therefore, Tattoo Removal is not painful but can be unpleasant sometimes.

Nano Brow is known for creating the best hair stroke illustration on the skin and less invasive than Microblading. Clients who love hair stroke design can choose Nano Brow over Microblading for their delicate skin. On the other hand, Ombre Brow can overwork the delicate skin sometimes since we have to go over many pass to create 3D effect. To come up with the best solution for this type of skin, a good artist will pick either Nano Brow or Ombre/Powder brow with less passes.

  1. Having one of the conditions listed below makes you not a candidate for Eyelash Extension
    1. Allergies: seasonal or chemical (Contact dermatitis)
    2. Corneal abrasion
    3. Conjunctivitis, Ocular Rosacea, Blepharitis
    4. Lasik eye surgery, Permanent eye makeup, Eye lift
    5. Microdermabrasion
    6. Allergies to adhesives or synthetics , cyanoacrylate or formaldehyde or Glycerin
    7. Childbirth or major surgery within last 120 days
    8. Alopecia, thyroid diseases, chemotherapy
    9. Recent high fever or severe illness
    10. Medications cause temporary hair loss
    11. Retinoids used to treat acne and skins problems( Accutane or Retin A)
    12. Anticoagulants
  2. Having one of the conditions listed below makes you not a candidate for Permanent Makeup
    1. Pregnant or nursing now
    2. History of Keloids, Hypertrophic Scarring
    3. Diabetic, Hepatitis ( A, B, C)
    4. Chemotherapy, Epilepsy
    5. Viral infections, Herpes, diseases
    6. Difficulty numbing with dental work, allergic to Lidocaine, Benzocaine, Tetracaine, Benzyl alcohol
    7. Pacemaker, major heart problems
    8. Abnormal heart conditions, uncontrolled high blood pressure
    9. Skin irritation, Psoriasis near the treated area
    10. Coldsores / Fever blister ever
    11. Accutane or acne treatments
    12. Tan by booth or sun
    13. Brow lift, face lift, brow tint or lash tint
    14. Botox less than 2 months, RetinA less than 2 weeks, recent chemical peel
    15. Lip fillers / Restylane / Juvederm
    16. Eye surgery / Injury / Corneal abrasion
    17. Taking blood thinners ( Aspirin, Ibuprofen, alcohol,..), Anticoagulants
    18. Any treatment, medication or illness that can compromise the immune system and healing ability
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