Frequently Asked Questions

Lash Enhancement

Lash line enhancement involves applying pigment directly at the base of the lashes, giving the illusion of fuller lashes, while traditional eyeliner is applied above the lash line to create a visible line. Lash line enhancement is more subtle and natural-looking.

Lash line enhancement can be a semi-permanent procedure, typically lasting for several months to a few years. Over time, the pigment may fade, and touch up/color boost sessions may be needed to maintain the desired look.

The level of discomfort can vary from person to person. Some individuals may experience mild discomfort or a slight stinging sensation during the procedure. However, topical anesthetics are often used to minimize any potential discomfort.

The duration of the procedure can vary depending on the individual and the technique used. Generally, it can take anywhere from 1 hour to 2.5 hours to complete the initial procedure.

After the procedure, there may be some mild swelling or redness in the treated area. To minimize swelling, ice as needed. 

The lashes may also appear slightly darker or more defined initially. It’s important to avoid water for the first 24 hours and makeup around the eyes until the exfoliation period is done. This can take up to 10 days.

Lash line enhancement is generally suitable for most individuals. However, it is recommended to consult with a trained professional to assess if you are a good candidate, especially if you have any underlying eye conditions or allergies.