Eyelash Extension

Want to take your lash game to the next level with an eyelash extension? If you’re looking for fuller, longer, more voluminous lashes that will give you an out-of-this-world look, then eyelash extensions are definitely the way to go. Not only will they enhance your eyes and play up your natural beauty, but they’ll also help you put your best face forward!

What are Eyelash Extensions?

Eyelash extensions are a cosmetic enhancement that can enhance the look of your natural lashes. The extensions are made of synthetic or natural materials, such as silk or mink, and are applied individually to your existing lashes. They come in various lengths, thicknesses, and curl patterns, allowing you to customize your look to your preference.

The process of getting eyelash extensions typically takes around 1-2 hours, during which time the stylist will apply each extension one by one to your natural lashes using a special adhesive. It is important to choose a stylist who is trained and experienced in applying extensions, as this will ensure that they are applied correctly and safely.

After the extensions are applied, you can expect them to last for several weeks. It is recommended to avoid rubbing your eyes or getting them wet for the first 24 hours after application. You should also avoid using oil-based products near your eyes, as this can cause the adhesive to break down and the extensions to fall out.

To maintain the look of your extensions, you should have them filled every 2-3 weeks. During a fill, the stylist will remove any extensions that have fallen out and add new extensions to fill in any gaps. It is also recommended to brush your extensions every day to keep them looking full and fluffy.

There are several benefits to getting eyelash extensions. They can help you to achieve a fuller, more dramatic look without the need for mascara or other eye makeup. This can be especially helpful for people who have sparse or short natural lashes. Eyelash extensions can also help to enhance the appearance of your eyes and make them look bigger and more awake.

However, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with eyelash extensions. If the extensions are not applied correctly or if the adhesive is not of high quality, they can cause irritation or damage to your natural lashes. In addition, if the extensions are not removed correctly, they can also damage your natural lashes.

Overall, eyelash extensions can be a great way to enhance your natural lashes and achieve a more dramatic look. However, it is important to choose a reputable stylist and to follow proper eyelash extension aftercare instructions to minimize the risk of damage to your natural lashes. If you are considering getting eyelash extensions, feel free to consult us!

The Process of Eyelash Extension

Eyelash Extension Process

Finding A Lash Craft Suited For You

Choose from our Fluff Signature Lash Crafts or Customize your very own lash extensions! If you are unsure, you may come down to our outlet for a complimentary consultation with our lash therapists.

Signature Lash Craft For Eyelash Extension

Eyelash Extension Type: Born This way

Born This Way

Style: Natural

“Born This Way” by Lady Gaga is about self-liberation, and loving part every part of yourself.

This lash craft accentuates your natural lash line to look darker and precision to give that illusion that you have a great application of awesome mascara.

1D | Thickness: 0.12/0.15mm | Curl: B, C, D, L

Eyelash Extension Type: Love Story

Love Story

Style: Natural

“Love Story” by Taylor Swift is about a love you have to fight for for with a happy ending you desire.

This lash craft is a great median for those who want a little but not too much fluff with focus on still looking natural. Great for sparse lashes. It gives an illusion that you have a lash line full of lashes.

2-3D | Thickness: 0.07mm | Curl: C, D, L, LC

Eyelash Extension Type: I Am The Best

I Am The Best

Style: Voluminous

“I Am The Best” by 2NE1 is about a powerful anthem of empowerment, self-confidence, dominance, and narcissism.

This lash craft has lengths, density and dimension of the natural lash craft actuated with a little more emphasis on a glamour look. Great fluff and lush look.

4-6D | Thickness: 0.05/0.07mm | Curl: CC, D, L, LC

Eyelash Extension Type: Firework


Style: Voluminous

“Firework” by Katy Perry teaches people to love and speak positivity in one’s own life.

This lash craft features many different lengths in the same strip of lash extensions which gives a beautiful texture with variety and great visual intriguing texture.

6-7D | Thickness: 0.05/0.07mm | Curl: C, CC, D, LD

Eyelash Extension Type: Crazy In Love

Crazy In Love

Style: Voluminous

“Crazy In Love” By Beyonce talks about celebrating falling in love and the evolution of a woman.

Bold and Dense, creating an incredible lash line that draws in admirers from every direction. If you want all the heads to turn when you walk into a room, this should be your #1 stop before you do anything else!

8-15D | Thickness: 0.05mm | Curl: C, D, LD

Eyelash Extension Type: Kill This Love

Kill This Love

Style: Voluminous

“Kill This Love” by Blackpink talks about confidently overcoming the trial of a toxic romance.

This lash craft is light, fluttery feel of classic lashes with a spikey, textured volume look, this is a lash trend loved by many. It’s great for a wide eye, exaggerated look. Wet look lashes resemble classic lash extensions, but the bolder, exaggerated look is a more adventurous take.

8-15D | Thickness: 0.05mm | Curl: C, D, LD

Eyelash Extension Type: Hello, Kitty

Hello, Kitty

Style: Voluminous

“Hello Kitty” by Avril Lavigne is a song about having fun and doing whatever you want and being whoever you want to be.

This sultry look is perfect for clients with round eyes as the elongated eyeliner effect balances out the eye shape and creates a sensual, mysterious look. This lash craft makes eyes appear wide and more alluring.

4-6D | Thickness: 0.05/0.07mm | Curl: C, CC, D, LD

Customize Your Lashes For Eyelash Extension

1. Determine Your Eye Shape

Eyelash Extension For Almond Eyes

Almond Eyes

Suitable for all types of lashes

Eyelash Extension For Round Eyes

Round Eyes

Suitable for Natural & Cat Eye Look

Eyelash Extension For Downturn Eyes

Downturn Eyes

Suitable for Natural, Cat Eye Look, Textured & Spikey Lashes

Eyelash Extension For Upturned Eyes

Upturned Eyes

Suitable for Natural, Cat Eye Look

Eyelash Extension For Close Set Eyes

Close Set Eyes

Suitable for Cat Eye Look, Wispy & Flared Lashes

Eyelash Extension For Wide Set Eyes

Wide Set Eyes

Suitable for Natural, Doll-eye Lash

2. Choose Your Style


Cat Eye

Doll Eye


3. Choose Your Length

4. Choose Your Curl

Eyelash Extension FAQ

We recommended every 3 to 4 weeks.

We highly recommend you not to, but if you do, please be mindful when you’re removing your make-up. Do opt for oil-free removers instead, as oil breaks down the glue attached to your eyelash extensions, which may be harmful to your  natural lashes!

Each session will not stretch beyond 2 hours.

Eyelash extensions have a life cycle of 25 to 29 days. Our expert Lash Technicians will also educate you on the best post-treatment tips to care for your lashes for the maximum takeaways. If your lashes are well-taken care of, they can last up to 1.5 months, but the results can vary from person to person.

You need to avoid any moisture for at least 48 hours after your service.

Before your eyelash extension appointment, make sure that you arrive without makeup and with clean lashes. Also, avoid using makeup and undergoing treatments such as lash perming. For your safety, you should only get extensions if you do not have recent eye surgery or infection.

Getting eyelash extensions is a painless process, and it's usually best to close your eyes for the duration of the treatment. It is so comfortable that you might even fall asleep during the process. The right salon will give you a luxurious experience, similar to what you would get with a manicure. After the treatment, it does not hurt as well.

You can keep your lashes looking fresh and clean by brushing them every three days. You can also use a special cleanser (avoid old-based products) or distilled water to get rid of any dirt buildup. Before using any products near your lashes, make sure that they are from natural sources.

Certainly. You can apply your eye makeup on top of your lashes after the eyelash extension session. However, we would suggest avoiding using oil cleansers and removing your eye makeup with extra care.

Absolutely. You can still attend laser facial treatment. However, you need to request your dermatologist to avoid pressing the protective gear on your eyes. On the other hand, for regular facial treatments, your beautician should refrain from steaming your face and apply anything oil-based close to your eye area.

It is best to attend our eyelash extension appointment at least after 8 weeks of your eyes perming or tinting.

Eyelash Extension Aftercare Guides
Eyelash Extension Aftercare Guides, Tips and Updates

The Fluff Way

Attention to Detail

Our expertly trained Lash Technicians apply lightweight extensions using our specialized 1-to-1 application process, where each lash extension is applied individually to your natural lash.

Prioritizing You

Nap. Meditate. Chill. Maximize your “me time” during your service. Just select your signature lash style and material, add on service upgrades (if you choose), and we’ll handle the rest.

Quality Products

We will only use sanitized, clean products and clean them after every use.

Book your eyelash extension appointment today!

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