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After Care

Lash Lift Aftercare 


Avoid rubbing eyes

Avoid gym, sauna & steam for 24 hours

Do not get lashes wet for 24 hours

Do not apply any eye products for 24 hours 

Use an ‘oil free’ makeup remover

Brush lashes daily with a lash brush

Use a mineral mascara 

Silk & Hybrid Lash Aftercare 

Do not get lashes wet for 24 hours 

Do not use oil based products 

Use only water based makeup remover

Do not rub your eyes 

Remove makeup around the eye with a cotton swab

Do not pick lashes 

Brush lashes 

Please see a trained lash technician for removal

Russian Volume/Mega Volume Lash Aftercare 

Do not get lashes wet for 24 hours 

Avoid gym, sauna and steam for 24 hours 

Brush your Lashes daily 

Do not use any oil based products near your eyes 

Wash your lashes with our Lash Lounge Wash & brush 

Do not pick lashes 

Do not rub your eyes 

Do not use Mascara 

Tint/Henna Brow Aftercare 


Do not rub eyebrows

Avoid heat treatments for 24 hours

Do not apply brow make-up for 24 hours

Avoid sunbathing/sun beds for 24 hours

Avoid swimming/saunas for 24 hours 

Do not use an oil based make up remover 

Avoid fake tan near brow area as this can dis colour brows 


Brow Lamination Aftercare 

Do not apply make-up for 24 hours

Avoid swimming/sauna for 24 hours

Keep brows dry for 24 hours

Do not have any other brow treatments

Use a brow conditioner daily

Avoid touching the brow area after treatment.

No tanning products should be used on the face for 48 hours

HD Brow Aftercare 

Avoid sun/sunbeds for 24 hours 

Do not use saunas, steam-rooms and swimming pools for 24 hours 

Avoid exfoliating near the brow area 

Avoid anti ageing products around the brow area for 3 days

Do not touch the brow area for 24 hours 

Avoid fake tan around the brow area 


What to do if you have an adverse reaction.


All the treatments we carry out and products we use are considered safe, however, no treatment is without risk and on very rare occasions can cause an allergic reaction or irritated skin.


Allergies are very common. They are thought to affect more than 1 in 4 people in the UK at some point in their lives. Your well-being is our priority and one reason why we ask about your health status and why it’s important that you tell the salon/therapist about any medical conditions that might impact your treatment. Most allergic reactions are mild, but occasionally can also be severe. Medical assistance should always be sought for any severe problems. We are always available for help and advice on actions you can take to address a mild reaction. If you pop into one of our branches or take a picture and send it to us, it will help us to assist you in both the short term and future. Essentially there are two types of skin reaction. Allergic contact dermatitis involves your immune system. Symptoms from this type of reaction include hives, itching, swelling, and redness. Another type of reaction is known as irritant contact dermatitis that causes damage to your skin in the area of the treatment. These symptoms include itching, stinging, burning, or even blisters at the site Priority actions Severe reaction


1. Seek immediate advice from a medical professional for any severe reactions.

2. Contact the Salon to advise us when you are able.

3. A member of the management team will contact you within 24hrs.

4. Management will investigate your treatment plan and carry out a root cause analysis.

5. Management will contact you again to advise you of the outcome of the investigation with 72 hours of the matter being raised. Mild reaction


Things to do following an allergic reaction. There are several medicines available to help control symptoms of allergic reactions, including

antihistamines – these can be taken when you notice the symptoms of a reaction, or before being exposed to an allergen, to stop a reaction occurring • decongestants – tablets, capsules, nasal sprays or liquids that can be used as a short-term treatment for a blocked nose

lotions and creams, such as moisturising creams (emollients) – these can reduce skin redness and itchiness

steroid medicines – sprays, drops, creams, inhalers and tablets that can help reduce redness and swelling caused by an allergic reaction.


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