New Craze | Lash Lifts | What you need to know |

So every now and then we see new methods in the beauty industry on how to make us more beautifull, new nail trends, new make up applications and we are bombarded with Youtube videos etc.

But what is a lash lift, who needs it and will you do it after reading the facts here #themakeupmonstersinfo

The information on the lash lift procedure I will write on is taken from a reliable source in a March 2018 edition of Elle.

Here are the steps as taken from Elle

There is no preparation necessary.

"The only thing that we recommend is if you want a more dramatic result, then going on something like a lash serum to grow your lashes as long as possible is a great option," Buhler suggewsted,"But we can work with any lash type."

You can customize your results.

The first step during a session is to consult with your lash artist, who will ask you questions about your goals and style (for example, whether or not you wear mascara everyday, like lashes high upwards to your eyebrows or more fanned out, etc.) Based on your answers, your technician will pick a curl size for your eye shape.

Your lashes are glued down to a silicone shield.

After cleansing the lashes and separating your bottom lashes from your top, a silicone shield gets stuck on the skin using a gentle adhesive (similar to the glue used to apply false lashes). Adhesive is applied on top of the shield as well, then lashes are combed up to take their shape. Here is where eye-safe perming solution is applied.

The perming lotion is left on for six to 12 minutes.

It depends on your hair type. "If you have a hard time curling the hair on your head, let technicians know that when doing lash lifting," Buhler said. It makes sense—the hair on my head is naturally straight, thick, and has a hard time holding a curl without a ton of product so my lashes act the same. It took two rounds of 12 minutes for me ("that's probably the longest in history," Buhler commented). Then, a setting solution and oil are applied.















I saw a few videos on on Youtube, which I will link below to show you various techniques on this procedure.

Here is the link to the video :

Let us know what you think, would you??