How to prepare for your Eyelash Extension appointment


Preparation is key.

To ensure a great lash application and that your lashes can last the distance, be sure to take the following into consideration.

Try to choose a space where you will be undisturbed

Your eyelash extension application is a good opportunity to relax! It’s not at all unusual for our clients to drift of into a peaceful sleep during their appointments. If you can arrange use of a room where you will be undisturbed, you can make the most of your allotted time and wake up fresh and revitalized – with your stunning new lashes of course!

Choose a space with good lighting

This is so that our technicians can work at their optimum. we often take booking after hours, so it’s important that the room you have chosen has ample light.

Ensure that your lashes are clean and dry

This is the most important thing you can do prior to your appointment. We text our clients to ensure that they make sure their lashes are clean and dry and free of any moisturisers, serums, sunblock, fake tan, or cleanser residue.  And yet, we are surprised that some of our clients do not heed this instruction, and use a oily cleanser pre-appointment, or apply moisturiser after cleansing.

These are big no-no’s!

Your new lash extensions will need to bond to your squeaky clean natural lashes. For this reason, it is really important to ensure that their is absolutely no trace of mascara, serum, sunblock, fake tan, moisturiser, or cleanser residue which will interfere with the adhesive bond.

The best bet? Baby shampoo or simple bar soap. The cleaner your natural lashes, the better chance your extensions have to last the distance!

Leave enough time

There’s nothing relaxing about feeling rushed. Please allow enough time for your appointment. More information regarding our appointment slot duration can be found on our Services page.


Thinking of trying Eyelash Extensions? Ask your technician these 5 things first.

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Thinking about trying Eyelash Extensions?

Sadly, the Eyelash Extension industry in Australia is highly unregulated. This means that there are still a lot of untrained and unqualified ‘technicians’ offering Eyelash Extension applications.

Before you commit your business to just any salon or technician, be sure to ask them these 5 questions.

How many years have you been applying eyelash extensions?


Are Eyelash Extensions your main service?


What sort of eyelashes do you use?


How will you know if I am experiencing an allergic reaction?


What lengths and thicknesses do you use?