We regret that this treatment is temporarily unavailable
Semi-permanent lashes have risen in popularity dramatically. Since they first appeared in the early 1900's there have been great changes in design, creating lighter thicker looking lashes which are easier to wear.
We specialise in creating natural looking lashes that follow the shape and contour of your own lashes but with added volume. We use synthetic mink lashes which are much softer to wear than silk lashes. If well applied, lashes can be worn indefinitely and it is recommended that your first in-fill appointment is made 2-3 weeks after your lashes are applied.
Please note that a patch test is required 48 hours prior to your first appointment.
Patch test for semi-permanent lashes
Full set - £85
(For a full but natural look, one synthetic lash is placed on every lash)
1/2 set - £65
(For a natural and light look that covers 50% of your eyelashes)
Full set in-fills - £50
(this is for when 30%-50% of the lashes have shed, to maintain a full set)
1/2 set in-fills - £40
(this is for when 30%-50% of the lashes have shed, to maintain a half set)
Please note that for legal reasons:
* We do not in-fill other technicians work.
* We do not remove other technicians work.
* This treatment is unsuitable for pregnant women.
* Please note that a patch test is required 48 hours prior to your first appointment.
* We do not use real mink lashes, there is no such thing as cruelty free fur, all real mink lashes have come from dead, farmed animals.
It is a legal requirement under the Local Authority Licensing Act and a professional requirement from all governing bodies in the beauty industry, that all salons perform a patch test for certain treatments.
We understand that you may have been having these treatments for many years but if you have not had a treatment with us before or it has been over 1 year since your last treatment we are unable to perform certain eye treatments without a patch test.
We know this can be frustrating, but allergic reactions can be highly distressing and are very easily avoided.
We regret that we are unable to perform treatments without a patch test.