tired of curling your lashes?

Lash Lift & Tint

Reach new heights with our premium lash lift!

You’ve been lucky in life with beautiful naturally long lashes, but you want to give them an extra boost? Perhaps you’re tired of using your lash curler every day, only to have your lashes lose their curl after a few hours? Join us at Lash Layer at our Pickering Location for a premium, low maintenance lash lift. Lash lifts are an excellent option for clients who enjoy the ease of waking up with gorgeous lashes but would like an alternative to lash extensions.

What is a lash lift?

Also known as a “lash perm,” a lash lift is exactly what it sounds like – it is a semi-permanent way to give you an “open-eyed” lash look by curling your natural lashes. A lash lift will curl your natural eyelash from the base to the tip, all while following the natural shape of your lashes.  Lash lifts are ideal for clients who prefer a low-maintenance natural look.  If you do not enjoy the feeling of eyelash extensions, are allergic to eyelash adhesive, are looking for a less expensive option for your eyelashes or would like to take a break from extensions, a lash lift may be right for you.

What is the process of a lash lift?

At Lash Layer, we want to make your vision into a reality! At the beginning of your appointment, you will have a one-on-one consultation with Albina, our head lash artist, about the amount of curl and height you would like for your lash lift. Then lay back and relax as our artist cleanses your eye area to ensure no dirt, makeup, oil, or dead skin interrupt the lifting process.
After separating your top and bottom lashes, a silicone mold will be gently placed over your eyelids, at the base of your top eyelashes. Your top lashes will be gently combed to adhere to the silicone mold to retain their shape. Once done, an eye-safe perming gel/lotion/solution is applied for approximately ten minutes, depending on your hair type. Once complete, a ten-minute setting solution is applied to the lashes followed by a ten-minute nourishing oil. After your lash lift is complete, your lash artist will use an optional colour tint to your newly lifted lashes to give them a dark, full, faux-mascara look, and you are ready to go!

What is the process of a lash lift?

Service Packages

Lash Lift & Tint

Premium Lift with Tint
$ 125
  • Safe Canadian Lash Perm solutions
  • Wont Fry your Lashes
  • 3 Levels of lifts available
  • Lasts 6-8 weeks
  • Upper Lash Lint

Lash Lift

Premium Lash Lift without tint
$ 110
  • Safe Canadian Lash Perm solutions
  • Wont Fry your Lashes
  • 3 Levels of lift available
  • Lasts 6-8 weeks

Lash & Brow

Lash Lift w/ Brow Wax & Tint
$ 140
  • Safe Canadian Lash Perm solutions
  • 3 Levels of lift available
  • Lasts 6-8 weeks
  • Free Upper Lash Tint
  • Golden Ratio Brow Mapping
  • Brow Styling
  • Brow Waxing
  • Brow Tinting

Frequently Asked Questions

Lash Lift & Tint
Pickering, Ontario

A lash lift with tint and consultation will take approximately forty-five minutes to one hour to complete.

No! Your lash lift is pain-free. Come into our lash studio and relax while your lashes are curled to your specifications. Your safety is our top priority, all lash lift and tint solutions are Canadian-made and tested by Lash Layer to ensure the highest safety standards are met.

Lash lifts are semi-permanent and will typically last six to eight weeks, depending on your lash growth cycle. The reason for this is that, just like the hair on your head, your natural eyelashes grow, fall out and regrow. New natural eyelashes that grow in to replace your previous eyelashes will grow in the same way, most likely straight, as they were before your lash lift. As a result, once the majority of your natural eyelashes have fallen out and new ones grow to replace them, getting another lash lift is a good idea.

The beauty of a lash lift is that it is very low maintenance. The first 24 hours after your lash lift are crucial – no makeup, water, steam, sweat or any moisture on your newly lifted lashes at the risk of losing their shape and hold. Just like a hair perm, your lifted lashes need time to allow the bonds to solidify. After these 24 hours are up, you are free to follow your regular daily routine – this includes wearing your favourite face serums, oils and moisturizers.

Yes! An added benefit of lash lifts is that you can still apply mascara and even strip lashes for extra eye drama on a night out or special event. Once your 24 hours waiting period is up, everything is fair game!

If you are interested in eyelash extensions after a lash lift, it is possible and something many of our clients eventually do. The crucial point to remember is that you will need to wait eight weeks after your lash lift to get eyelash extensions. The reason for this is that it is impossible to properly attach lash extensions onto lifted lashes as your lash base will not be laying flat due to the lift. It takes approximately eight weeks for all lifted lashes to go through the normal lash growth cycle and be ready to retain a set of eyelash extensions properly.

Yes! During your consultation our lash artist will go over the different curls available and recommend the right curl for you based on your eye shape and lifestyle.  We can achieve a soft lift with a natural curl or give them an extra boost to open up your eyes with a higher lift. There are three levels of Lash Lift available.

No! The lash tint is included for free in your Lash Lift service, however, if you want you can opt out.  We do recommend that you take advantage of a lash Tint as the tint color is dark blue black and it adds a lot of depth to dark lashes.

Yes! for Free! We recommend doing a patch test 48 hours prior to your Lash Lift & Tint service to check for any allergies.  We will swab your inner arm and behind the ears with all three lash lift solutions and tint. Then monitor for any reactions over the next 48 hrs and if there is no reaction then we can proceed with your service.

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