we offer premier services in lash extensions, skincare, facial treatments, and brow services.


We have heard it all from our clients over the years!  Chances are that if you have a question about eyelash extensions, eyebrow waxing, henna brows or facials, we definitely have the answers! 

Check out the most frequently asked questions that we hear at our lash studio in Weatherford, TX.


Eyelash Extensions

What are eyelash extensions?

Lash extensions are semipermanent fibers that are attached to your natural lashes with an adhesive to add length and fullness.

How long do eyelash extensions last?

Lash fills are done every 2-3 weeks to maintain the lashes due to daily shedding.

Can I swim or shower with eyelash extensions?

Yes, you can swim and shower but for the longevity of your lashes you should refrain from getting your lashes wet the first 24-48 after application.  

Do eyelash extensions damage my natural lashes?

No, if applied properly by a skilled lash professional,  lash extensions will not damage your natural lashes.

Do eyelash extensions hurt?

No lash extensions should not hurt. If applied improperly and not correctly isolated they can.

How to remove eyelash extensions?

It’s best to have your lashes professionally removed, however they can be removed with a lash remover or oil-based makeup remover.

What is a lash lift?

A lash lift is the process of applying a chemical solution to the eyelashes creating a curled affect similar that of a lash curler. The difference is, with proper aftercare and maintenance lashes can remain this way for up to 6-8 weeks with proper aftercare and maintenance.


What is a facial?

It is a multi-step manual treatment that consists of cleansing the pores, exfoliating away dead skin cells, and treating common skin concerns.

Are facials worth it?

Yes, facials are good for both the health of your skin and for stress relief/relaxation.

What is a facial resurfacing?

Facial resurfacing is a procedure that exfoliates the skin of debris and vellus hair, also known as “peach fuzz.”


What is eyebrow lamination?

A brow lamination is the process of straightening and lifting your brow hair using a chemical solution to create a fuller, more tailored brow. In short, it’s a perm used to straighten, fluff and provide texture to the brows making them appear fuller.

How long does eyebrow lamination last?

Up to 6 weeks with proper maintenance and aftercare.

Can I wet my eyelashes after lamination?

Yes, a brow lamination has nothing to do with your lashes.

Does eyebrow lamination hurt?

No, a brow lamination should not hurt. If you have any skin issues/allergies it’s best to let discuss this with your service provider as a patch test should be performed 24-48 hours prior to the scheduled service.

How often should you get your eyebrows waxed?

Brow waxing is typically done every 2-4 weeks depending on your growth cycle/personal preference. 

Does eyebrow waxing hurt?

No, eyebrow waxing does not hurt if done correctly and if brows have been maintained regularly. We use both hard and soft/sensitive wax for your preference.

What is Brow Henna?

Henna Brows is a method of eyebrow tinting that stains the brow hair as well as the skin behind it giving the appearance of thicker, fuller brows. It is followed with a wax, serum and a highlighter.

How long does henna brow last?
Henna can last up to two weeks on the skin and up to 4 weeks in the hair. Oily skin and proper maintenance can affect this.
Are henna brows permanent?

No henna brows are not permanent.

Are henna brows safe?

Yes, henna is natural and does not contain any peroxide, making it great for sensitive skin. A patch test can be done 24 hours prior to alleviate this concern for those with extra sensitive skin.

Can I wash my face after henna brows? 

Yes, but it is best to wash around them for the first 24-48 hours to allow henna to set.

Can you do henna and brow lamination together? 

Depends on the products used. Hybrid tint is also an option.

What is hybrid tint?
Hybrid tint is a cross between henna and traditional tint/stain.