Individual Cluster Lashes

Individual Cluster Lashes treatment involves applying individual synthetic lashes onto each natural eyelash to add extra length and volume. They’re perfect for holidays, a big event or just perfect lashes every day.

It takes around half hour to an hour for a full set to be applied, so can be a lunch-break treatment. But you’ll be surprised; it’s ultra relaxing and a lot of people fall asleep whilst they’re being applied. So plan your time wisely and catch up on some Zzzs at the same time. Individual Cluster Lashes

Lash extensions typically last the same lifetime as your natural lash cycle, which is between 2 to 4 weeks. However, to avoid them looking patchy as they grow out, most lash salons usually recommend top ups after 2 or 3 weeks to keep lashes looking completely full and uniform. 

The lash extensions fall out naturally with the natural lash hence why maintenance may be required due to not knowing the lash cycle growth of each individual lash.’

To avoid damage to your natural lashes lash extensions are best removed professionally by your lash technician. A special gel or cream remover is applied and the process usually takes between 10-15 minutes.

 

Remember that cluster lashes are different from Russian lashes it is just to add more lashes to the natural lash giving a nice eye definition.

How Do You Care For Lashes? 

So how do you keep your lashes for longer? Well, like any treatment, it’s important to follow the advised after care. 

  1. Stay away from the water – With eyelash extensions this involves keeping lashes away from water for 24 hours and heat treatments, such as saunas or steam, after having them applied. 
  2. Avoid oil-based beauty products – ‘Avoid any oil-based products around the eye area especially oil-based eye make-up remover as these dissolved the glue much faster. Lots of eye make-up removers contain oil so make sure you get a lash-friendly cleanser to remove your make-up. 
  3. Comb them in the morning  – It’s also worth mentioning that your lashes might get a little twisted in the morning (the perils of having a super-full flutter) so it’s a good idea to use a little brush to give them a brush into place. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.