Next to the White Horse Pub, Ballincollig, Cork. A Touch of Elegance,
Down the side lane off Leonardo's Restaurant, Midleton, Cork
in a Bantry location.
7 days a week |
9.30am - 9.30pm
Ms.DIVA Academy & Lash Product Shops:
Main st, Ballincollig, Cork. Bronwyn Conroy Beauty School
Temple Hall, Temple Road, Blackrock, Co.Dublin
Glasgow, Scotland Location,
Cheshire, England Location
International Training can be also arranged
How do I look after my eyelash extensions?
How well you take care of your extensions
plays a role in their life-span.
For the first 12 hours avoid getting the lashes wet to allow the
glue to completely dry.
Do not use a steam room or sauna for the first 48 hours to allow
glue to cure.
Be gentle and respect your new lashes. Avoid rubbing your eyes
and do not pick and play with your lashes.
Resist the temptation to touch or pull at your stunning new
lashes as this will pull out your own natural lashes.
When drying your face, do not rub your eye area! Instead, blot
your face and apply gentle pressure to your closed eyes, then
allow the extensions to dry naturally. Don't try to dry them
with a hairdryer!
Do not curl the extensions using eyelash curlers.
Avoid wearing mascara as this will lessen the life of your
Do not use eye make-up remover that contains any type of oil as
this can loosen the bond of the glue, causing extensions to
prematurely fall off.
Do keep the eye area clean. This is very important. Some ladies
love their lashes so much they don't even want to get them wet
at all. Avoiding proper hygiene can result in an eye infection
whether wearing eyelash extensions or not.
Try and sleep on your back to avoid crushing your extensions in
The golden rule for wearing eyelash extensions is the less you
touch them the longer they will last. However, it is important
to keep the eye area clean.
If you have any other questions, no matter
how trivial they may seem, please do not hesitate to contact
Ms.DIVA - Master Lash Stylists