ILashology FAQ


Q: How long do the extensions last?

A: iLashology eyelash extensions are semi-permanent and can last four to seven weeks.  Factors such as your natural eyelash health and strength, how much makeup you wear on your eyelash extensions, lifestyle and how well you care for them will affect how long your extensions will last.


Q: How do the technicians apply the extensions?

A: iLashology eyelash extensions are applied individually and when closely observed, appear to actually have a root.  Our extensions already have a natural curl - so throw those eyelash curlers you have at home away!  Eyelash extensions come in various lengths, curls, colors, and thicknesses guaranteed to enhance your eyes for a beautiful look.


Q: Will the extensions be uncomfortable to have on?

A: When professionally and properly applied, you cannot feel any difference after having your eyelashes enhanced.


Q: Will extensions damage my natural lashes?

A: When applied here at iLashology, eyelash extensions are completely safe for your natural lashes.  The bonding agent does not touch the lash line or eyelid, allowing for your natural lashes to continue to breath and grow.  Proper care must also be followed to keep your extensions healthy. 


Q: How do I care for my eyelash extensions?

A: For the first 24 hours, avoid wetting them as the adhesive needs this time to set.  After this period, continue with your normal cleansing routine.  Gently clean your eyelashes with glycol and oil-free makeup remover.  Avoid harsh rubbing or tugging on the extensions.  Your lash artist will provide you with more detailed after-care instructions after your appointment and will answer any questions you might have.  All after-care products are also sold here.


Q: Is it OK to get my eyelash extensions wet?

A: Yes!  Feel free to exercise and sweat 6 hours after application and swim or shower after the first initial twenty four hours.  Showers are fine the same day but keep your lashes dry and no steam.  Treat yourself to a bath instead! 

*Occasional short visits to the sauna or steam room are fine. However, daily or extensive exposure to steam or intense heat may cause the bonding agent to loosen.