How Do You Use lash Lifting For Longer Eyelashes?
The Lash Lift is basically the same as a push-up bra for the lashes, the treatment gives them a lift, definition, separation, and more definition to the eyes without any possible side effects.
This treatment is also a great option if you have eyelashes that are too long or thin, but not eyelash extensions. With this treatment you can get eyelashes that are longer and thicker that looks beautiful with your eye makeup.
There are two types of Lash Lifts
Now the first one is a medical procedure and the second is by using a lash lift kit. The laser one works by using lasers to stimulate follicles at the base of the eyelashes. By doing this you will get the desired length of eyelashes. Lash Bomb, on the other hand, gives the illusion of more volume and longer lashes! With high quality ingredients and shorter processing times our products are some of the best in the industry!
Lash lifts are performed by a medical professional, cosmetologist and estheticians. It's important to remember that a patient may be required to wait several days after the initial procedure to heal properly. It's also advised that patients with very dark under eyes consult a dermatologist to discuss the best eyelash care regimen, to avoid any health risks associated with having dark eyes. In some cases, patients will need to wear a special eye mask or protective glasses after the surgery to prevent irritation.
Before an eyelash lift is performed, a medical professional will thoroughly examine the patient and make sure they have no existing conditions that may hinder healing. Patients who have anemia, an abnormal liver, kidney problems, liver or kidney disease, and patients suffering from diabetes should not undergo eyelash lengthening surgery. This is because a damaged liver can result in scarring, and the procedure can cause other complications such as infection. All patients who are pregnant should only have a surgical procedure done by a board-certified plastic surgeon.
A medical professional will begin by making a small incision beneath the lower lashes, above the natural crease. The upper lashes are removed using a scalpel, and then the lower lashes are clipped. This technique allows for minimal scarring and does not require removal of the eyeliner. After the lash lengthening procedure, a patient may experience slight swelling or redness, which is normal and should go away after a few days.
Once a medical professional has determined that the patient is ready to undergo the procedure, he or she will apply a bandage on the upper eyelid and apply anesthetic drops to numb the area to reduce pain during the procedure. The eye is then opened so the surgeon can remove the upper lashes and apply an eyeliner in the desired color. If the patient requires the use of a surgical mask, it's important to avoid wearing contact lenses for about two hours before the eyeliner application. to avoid unnecessary discomfort. The surgeon then applies the eyeliner, usually in one application, which can last for up to two weeks before it's removed. A thin rubber bandage is used to hold the eyeliner in place until it dries.
When the liner is dry, the eyeliner is carefully removed. Finally, a temporary eyelid covering is applied, which is removed at the end of the procedure. The eye is stitched back into place. Depending on the surgeon's recommendation, a patient may have to follow up with an additional follow up care program for up to six weeks before they're able to resume their normal activities.
Our Lash Bomb process can be done by any certified and trained lash professional or esthetician in one appointment. There is no cutting or sedation involved and the fast process can be quite invigorating! Our dual lash lifting products are a perfect alternative to costly surgical procedures and in the end you will receive a fuller healthy and lasting lift of your eyelashes.