Lips n’ Lashes
I am a certified lash technician, and Lipsense distributor. Mixing my passion to motivate others to live their passion and connecting with people, came my beauty business. My mission with Beauty By Kayla Dene’ is to give women an extra boost of confidence throughout their everyday hustle.
- Located inside of Shutter & Shear Studio
- Fulfilling all your beauty needs
- Making sure you are knowledgable of what takes place throughout your service
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do they last?
They last anywhere from 6-8 weeks if taken care of properly, but it is recommended to get them filled in at 2-3 weeks so they always look full.
What is the process of getting them done?
You come in, fill out a waiver, then we chat about what style of lashes you would like. After that, you get settled onto the bed. After sanitizing I will tape your bottom lashes to prevent them from getting caught to the top lashes. Once taped, you will shut your eyes and keep them closed the entire time. I will prime them before placing one mink lash onto every single one of your natural lashes. It takes about 2 hours from start to finish.
How do I care for them?
When caring for lash extensions it’s crucial that you are on top of it.
- Do not get them wet for the first 24-48hrs. You can wash your face off with a rag avoiding the eyelashes.
- After that 48hrs is up, you must start to then wash your extensions with a wash you received from your technician or one you made on your own.
- Keep up with brushing them with the spoolie you were also given by your lash tech. I say brush in the morning and at night.
- Avoid oil. Use oil free skin care and make up.
- When ready to get them removed, contact a lash specialist and do not remove them yourself.
- Do not apply mascara on the extensions.
- No use of eyelash curlers.
- Rubbing and pulling is a no-no.
- To extend the life of your lashes, get touch ups/ fill ins every 2-3 weeks.
Can I wear make up?
When you are getting them done, not but afterwards of course! Use water based, oil free brands. When removing make up around eyes, use a cotton swab.
Are there different styles?
Yes! There are several different styles and even colors. Talk with your local technician to see what they offer and specialize in. The most popular styles are classic and volume.
Can I put them on myself?
Nope. The eyes are a very important and sensitive part of our bodies that we must be cautious on. Applying lash extensions on yourself is not safe at all.
These are the questions I get asked about most, but if I missed something please let me know in the comments! To see more of my work visit my Instagram account here. If you’re ready to book, click here.
Goodbye mascare, hello lashes!