Our Most Frequently Asked Questions!  Click on the links to reveal the answers.

 

—What's New about 3D-Lashes?

—The difference between 3D-Lashes and traditional false lashes?

—How long does it stay?

—How much does it cost to have 3D-Lashes applied?

—What are 3D-Lashes made of?

—Do 3D-Lashes come in different colors and sizes?

—Do you provide Training and Workshops?

—Do 3D-Lashes damage natural lashes?

—Can I wear mascara with my 3D-Lashes?

—Can 3D-Lashes be removed?

—Do I need a license to apply 3D-Lashes? 

 

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What is New about 3D-Lashes? 

3D-Lashes are newly invented eyelash extensions for longer, fuller, very natural looking eyelashes. 3D-Lashes are made to look identical to human lashes. Using a State-of-the-art application technique, one lash at a time is applied onto the existing lash. 3D-Lashes simply transform your natural lashes into lush, beautiful, longer lashes. 3D-Lashes are for professional application only; the entire lash procedure is very comfortable and relaxing. 3D-Lashes are weightless and you feel nothing on your lashes. 3D-Lashes are water-proof; you can shower, exercise and even sleep with them on! 3D-Lashes are a breakthrough lash technology with incredible staying power that will last up to 2 months.

 

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What is the difference between 3D-Lashes and traditional false lashes?

The major differences are the following: adhesive formula; lash type, application technique, lash appearance and lasting duration. Traditional false lashes are usually made with a strip or with multiple lashes knotted together and are applied directly on the eyelid using adhesive formulas that dry hard on the eyelid and lashes. They often cause discomfort to the eyes and may cause your natural lashes to fall out prematurely. Traditional false lashes usually last only a few days to a week, often looking unnatural and feeling heavy on your eyes.

3D-Lashes are made to look identical to human lashes and are crimp resistant; the adhesive is formulated for a permanent bond and dries soft on lashes. The polypeptide bond allows lashes to remain flexible and bouncy. Each 3D-Lash extension is applied directly to the individual lash, one lash at the time via a state-of-the-art technique. The 3D-Lashes are weightless, very comfortable on the eyes, and will not prematurely cause the natural lashes to fall off. 3D-Lashes look so natural and have the incredible bonding power that lasts up to 2 months!

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How long does it stay?

Normally up to 2 months, the 3D-Lashes will stay on your lashes for the remaining lash life when applied correctly.

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How much does it cost to have 3D-Lashes applied?

A full set of semi-permanent eyelash extensions is usually required at initial visits, charge up to $350.00 per procedure; it takes approximately 50-90 minutes for a full set to be applied. The approximate amount of lashes applied is around 60 lashes for both eyes (30 on each eye), the cost is dependent upon personal preference and the service program set by the lash professionals.

Touch-ups: The natural life of the lashes is about 100 days. Your own eyelashes will grow out on a continuous cycle, so touching up the 3D-Lashes will help to maintain the fullness of lush lashes. Re-touching is highly recommended every 2-3 weeks. The cost may range from $5 - $100 and should take 10 - 30 minutes for the touch-up procedure.

The cost of 3D-Lashes Application may vary depending on a few factors:

1. Service location and demand

2. Skill level of the Lash Professional

3. The number of Lashes applied

4. Special offers or customized programs

5. Time spent on the application

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What are 3D-Lashes made of?

3D-Lashes are made of a synthetic material, which is very soft and naturally curved. 3D-Lashes are crimp-resistance and flexible.

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Do 3D-Lashes come in different colors and sizes?

Currently 3D-Lashes are available in Jet Black, Espresso Brown, Burgundy Red, Velvet Purple, Midnight Blue and Mountain Green. Size availability ranges from 8mm - 15mm.

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Do you provide Training and Workshops?

Yes, the 3D-Lashes Workshop is available nationwide. It is an all day hands-on workshop designed to perfect your eyelash extension technique. This very extensive training workshop covers everything from basic to advanced application technique with practice on mannequins and live model practice, too. Students are required to have purchased any of the available 3D-Lash kits prior to attending the workshop. We recommend that students practice on a mannequin before attending the 3D-Lashes Workshop in order to receive the full benefits of this intensive training. Contact us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out about attending a training in your area.

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Do 3D-Lashes damage natural lashes?

No, not at all! 3D-Lashes' adhesive is formulated to create a polypeptide bond, specifically for human lashes. The adhesive dries very soft on lashes, allowing 3D-Lashes to stay flexible and bouncy just like your own lashes. 3D-Lashes will adhere to the lashes softly and comfortably while not damaging your natural lashes or causing the natural lashes to fall out.

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Can I wear mascara with my 3D-Lashes?

3D-Lashes naturally darken your lashes, your lashes will look vivid and mascara is not necessary. If desired, you may wear water-based mascara on the tip of the 3D-Lashes for enhancement. Never use waterproof mascara as any type of mascara remover may not be used at all. Rubbing directly on the 3D-Lashes, or using mascara remover will weaken the bonding. Water-based mascara should come off with just soap and water while washing your face or showering.

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Can 3D-Lashes be removed?

Yes, at any time for any reason. They can be easily removed using our organic remover. Simply follow the instructions listed on the 3D-Lashes Remover bottle, it is very easy and comfortable.

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Do I need a license to apply 3D-Lashes?

Most states require a license to apply eyelash extensions. However, it is always important that you inquire with the appropriate Board of Cosmetology for proper advice.

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