Lash Lift2022-04-01T11:23:17+00:00

Royal Wave Lash Lift

Just when you thought we’d run out of lash treatments…watch out for lash lifts, these are the next big thing!

Everyone would love to have longer lashes. Au naturel for the low maintenance kinda gal!

Now you can with a lash lift at The Eyelash Queen in Plymouth, the alternative to lash extensions. This ground breaking new technique lifts your own natural lashes, without using extensions, to create a wide-eyed, younger look.This completely new technique uses an innovative, new silicon shield to lift the eyelashes from the roots. The result is breathtaking longer looking lashes and wide, sparkly eyes.

The Facts

  • The treatment takes 45 minutes to apply and is very comfortable
  • Lasts up to 6 weeks, the natural life cycle of an eyelash
  • It offers an anti-ageing effect, brightening and lifting the eye area
  • It is a treatment for your natural lash, no extensions needed
  • The treatment incorporates a colour boost giving an immediate, visible difference.

A picture speaks a thousand words.

Full Treatment

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Your lashes are literally lifted up from the root, straight up, so you can visibly see your lashes more than you can now. As you can see, your lashes will appear longer and fuller, which in turn completely opens up your eyes.

Be warned though, once lifted, you’ll always want to be lifted…

The lash lift procedure has revolutionised old, inadequate perming techniques. Using silicone pads instead of perm rods, this new technique can lift, straighten or curl, and lengthen your own natural lashes to create a brighter, fuller, wide eyed look. No need for extensions and the associated aftercare, this will last you 6-8 weeks and can be combined with a tint to leave the mascara behind.

We also do a lot of corrective work. So if you have had an eyelash extension treatment in Plymouth or elsewhere that has damaged your natural lashes please contact us. Most of the time we can rescue you and you won’t have to go lash-free!

I have had a lift before, do I still need a patch test?2020-06-07T15:30:44+00:00

Yes. This may seem an inconvenience, especially if you are keen to have it done. But the products used for the previous lift may differ from the ones we use on you and we would have no way of knowing. We therefore have to test you just like a first time client. This is for your own health/well-being. It is also a legal requirement that forms part of our agreement with our insurers.

Will I have a reaction to the lotion?2020-06-07T15:30:21+00:00

Very few people have a reaction to the lotion but that doesn’t mean you won’t be one of them. What one person reacts to, another is fine with. This is why you are required to have a patch test 24 hours beforehand. A patch test is quick and simple. It consists of us placing 2 drops of lotions behind the ear for 15 minutes. Wiping it off and waiting to see if any subsequent irritation occurs over the next 24 hrs such as redness, itching or inflammation for example.

Does the lash lift hurt?2020-06-07T15:31:05+00:00

No the procedure is totally painless. You will have your eyes closed for the entire treatment and although it may feel a little strange being unable to open your eyes for this time, it offers you a chance to relax during the treatment.

Is a lash lift the same as an eyelash perm?2020-06-07T15:28:56+00:00

No the Lash lift Is a new, improved procedure, overcoming the ‘over curled’ look of its predecessor . Whilst the chemical procedure is identical to a perm, the difference is in the results. By ditching the old fashioned perm rollers which curled back the lashes to the extent of the ‘dolly look’, the silicone pads used for this new procedure lifts the lash from the root in either a straight or curled, upwards fashion that produces length and a bright eyed enhanced look.

If you have any questions about the services that we offer at Eyelash Queen simply click through to the contact form and ask us.

One of our team members will get back to you as soon as possible.

Or why not check out our Eyelash Extension FAQ page?

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