It only takes 10 Minutes

Apply In 4 Easy Steps

Our lash extensions are designed to be water-resistant, meaning they can withstand minimal exposure to water without losing their shape or falling off. However, they are not completely waterproof, and prolonged exposure to water or excessive moisture may cause the bond to loosen.

To ensure the best results and longevity of our lash, we recommend avoiding any contact with water in the first 24 hours after application. This allows the adhesive to fully bond and set. While our lashes are water-resistant, it is important to give them this initial period to properly adhere. After this initial period, you can enjoy the water-resistant benefits of our lashes.

After showering, it is important to let your lashes air dry naturally. Avoid rubbing or towel-drying them, as this can cause damage or premature loosening of bond. Once they are dry, you can use our specially designed lash applicators to gently refuse the lashes. This will help maintain their shape and ensure they look their best.

  • 1. PREP

    Ensure your lashes and eyelids are free of oils. Use a spoolie to comb through your natural lashes.


    Apply light coat of lash adhesive underneath the base of natural lashes. Concentrating near the roots, 1mm away from waterline. For extra hold apply a light coat of lash adhesive on the lash band. Remember a little lash adhesive goes a long away. Less is more!

  • 3. LASH TIME

    Apply each lash segment starting at the outer corner, work towards the inner corner, with shortest lash in inner corner and longest lash in outer corner. Place each segment underneath your natural lash leaving1mm from your natural waterline. Depending on the size of your eyes, you will use either 4 or 5 lash segments per eye.

  • 4. FUSE

    Once all lash segments have been applied, use the applicator to press down and sandwich “fuse” the natural lash, adhesive and lash segments together.

Step One

Preparing For Lashes

Step Two

Applying Lashes

Step Three

Removing Lashes