To Lift or To Extend?

Nothing brightens your eyes more than beautiful, fluttery, lashes. At Everlash, we can help you achieve this look with a Lash Lift or Lash Extensions. Confused which one would suit you best? Let us explain!


Is The Lash Lift Right For Me?

Do you already have naturally long and thick lashes that just need an extra boost? Are your lashes being rebellious, refusing to hold a curl? 

Look no further, Lash Lift is the answer for you! With Lash Lift, you can enhance your natural assets. It's like a push up bra but for your eyelashes, giving you better results than a mechanical eyelash curler that lasts 24/7 for 6-8 weeks. The best thing is, the curl will hold even if you apply layers of mascara after.


Short Lashes?

We can do Lash Lift on short lashes too! But the effect will not be very dramatic as we are simply curling up your existing lashes. If you want more length and volume, lash extensions are the way to go.




Lash Lift Process + Keratin Tint?

The whole process only takes 45 minutes to 1 hour and there is zero pain involved. Our stylist will measure your lash and ensure the best curl is selected. You simply close your eyes, and say bye to droopy or straight downward lashes! 

To further enhance your lash look, we recommend pairing the Lash Lift with a Keratin Lash Tint. The Keratin Tint darkens and enhances your lashes, making them look healthy and lush and coats your lashes with a layer of keratin to strengthen it.


How Do You Maintain a Lash Lift?

Lash Lifts are super low maintenance and virtually require no aftercare. Retouch is recommended after 6-8 weeks when your natural lashes have grown and may appear slightly messy as the roots are not as curled as the lashes that has undergone the Lash Lift. If you’re looking for a low maintenance boost to your natural lashes, a Lash Lift is the way to go.


Lash Lift and Lash Extensions?


Yes! You heard us right. For some people both Lash Lift and Lash Extensions could work in harmony to give you the perfect lash look when you have super straight, downward facing long lashes.

Downward growing real lashes may not complement with extensions which are curled and lifted, because your downward angled lashes may peek underneath your extension. Furthermore, the longevity and retention of Lash Extensions will be bad because the area of the base of your lashes where the extension is glued too small.


With Love,