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Eyelash Extension Info

We make it easy for you to secure your appointment.  All we need is a small £10 deposit (non-refundable) which can be paid via our easy online booking service or by bank transfer.  Your deposit will then be deducted from the final balance of your treatment.  Once we receive your deposit your appointment will be confirmed by one of our team.  We look forward to seeing you soon!

Prior to your appointment please read the important details below:


Please ensure that you arrive to your appointment with no mascara or any leftover / old products on your lashes. This can prolong appointment slots and you may be charged more for cleaning.

Please ensure that when you arrive for your appointment that you have no mascara or other left-over product/s on your lashes.  This can prolong your appointment slot and we may have to charge a little extra for our lash cleaning service.


If you are pregnant or have any medical condition/s please consult us prior to your appointment as this could prevent you from having your treatment with us.


If you are running late or are unable to make your appointment, please consult us as soon as possible.  We will always do our best to accommodate our customers.


 When booking for infills ... if you have less than 40% of your lashes remaining, this would be classed as a full new set requirement.  If this is the case, please notify us when booking, to ensure enough time has been booked out for you.


How long do my lashes last?

This depends of a variety of factors, including lash cycle and how well you look after your eyelashes after your treatment. Eyelash extensions can last up to 8 weeks although they will require maintenance (infills) every 2-3 weeks.  Looking after your lashes after your treatment really does work well – ask for further details on your next lash appointment.

Please note; if there are any issues with your eyelashes after your treatment, we ask you to please report this to us within 72 hours.  After this time period, any infill work will be chargeable.

Will I need a patch test?

If this is the first time you are ever having eyelash extensions with us - you must have a patch test carried out at least 48 hours prior to your treatment.


How long will it take?

Treatment time varies per client as some have more / less lashes than others. Typical timings are below:


Classics: 1 hour 30 minutes

Hybrid: 1 hour 45 minutes

Russian Volume: 2 hours

Do eyelash extensions damage my own lashes?

Blush & Roses use only the highest quality products and it you follow our expert aftercare advice your natural eyelashes will not be damaged.  However, if you pick/pull your lashes, then this may cause a few to fall out. Your eyelashes have a natural loss cycle and you can lose between 1 to 7 lashes each day.  Therefore, maintenance appointments / infills are very important to the way you look ... and feel.

Can I wear eye makeup?

Yes of course you can however if any eye makeup is used please ensure it is oil free, as oily products tend to break the bond with the adhesive causing some of your extensions to come loose. For example if you wear eyeliner on your eyelids we recommend using a black eye shadow powder as a substitute to eyeliner.

In terms of mascara we do not recommend to use this - it can cause build up on your lashes meaning that you will not be able to have them infilled.


When using eye make up remover please again ensure it is oil free. Ask your lash technician for recommended eye makeup removers. Avoid cotton wool as this can get stuck in your lashes. Wipes also contain a lot of oils and are not recommended to use on the eyelids.

Do I need to clean my lashes?

Yes! it is very important you clean your lashes , we recommend an eyelash cleaner and brushes that are available to purchase when you have your treatment this will avoid and build up of natural oils, dirt and skin cells which in worst cases can lead to infections.


If you have any other questions or if you are unsure about anything please get in touch!

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