Lifted. 3 Step System – Sample Pack
Lifted. By LashBase.
- Lift, Fix and Enrich Solutions (1 of each sachet)
Lifted. is our brand new and easy to use, 3 step system which can be used for lash lift and brow lamination. Specially formulated, and exclusive to LashBase. Once opened, if sealed correctly, Lifted. sachets can be used for up to 2 weeks.
The Lifted. lash lift sample pack is suitable for beauticians trained in eyelash lifting and brow lamination and are for Professional Use Only. This information is not a substitute for being professionally trained.
Lash Lift Timings
Fine/Thin: 10-11 minutes for step 1 and 6-7 minutes for step 2
Normal: 12-13 minutes for step 1 and 8 minutes for step 2
Coarse/Thick: 14-15 minutes for step 1 and 9-10 minutes for step 2
Brow Lamination Timings
Fine/Thin: 6-8 minutes for step 1 and 4-5 minutes for step 2
Normal: 8-10 minutes for step 1 and 5-7 minutes for step 2
Coarse/Thick: 10-12 minutes for step 1 and 6-8 for step 2
Here’s how the process works:
Step 1: Lift
When the lifting lotion is applied the cuticle scales swell and open, allowing the lotion to penetrate the cortex of the hair. The Disulphide bonds then break down and soften. Hydrogen from the Lift lotion continues to break down the Disulphide bonds so that it can stretch and mould into its new shape.
Step 2: Fix
When the fixing lotion is applied, a process called oxidation takes place. This reforms the broken bonds which makes the hair harden, fixing it into its new position. The new shape is formed in the Keratin. The Disulphide bonds continue to lock into place and cure for up to 48 hours post-treatment. It is important that products are not applied as this may interrupt the process.
Step 3. Enrich
This is the perfect finishing touch to ensure that the clients' lashes stay healthy and strong. Enrich works by sealing the lash with Keratin and Collagen Protein and can be left on for 12 hours to ensure the lashes get the full effect.
The shelf life of Lifted. sachets are 12 months. The expiry date is printed on the packaging.
Cut your shield – Sometimes the shield can be too big for the client's eye. To resolve this, simply trim the outer edge of the shield to fit.
Shield Positioning – Before applying the lash lift shield, lightly tape down the client's lashes to the eye pad. This will give a clear view of the lash line. By doing this you can position the shield as close to the lash line as possible.
Taping the lid – Apply some de-tacked tape to the eyelid and place the shield on top. Shields adhere better to tape, meaning the shield won’t move during treatment!
Lifting the Eyelids – If you have a client with loose skin on their eyelids, then this hack is for you. Using Micropore tape, simply press one end down, close to the lash line, and pull the tape up slightly. This will help lift the lid up and increase the visibility of the lash line.
We also have a blog all about lash lifting hacks that you can find here (with demo videos too)
Lash Lift Didn’t Take?
Sometimes the client's lashes just don’t lift. This can be frustrating, however, there are several reasons a lash lift doesn’t take.
Here are a few:
- Too much adhesive
- Not cleansing properly
- Storage of solutions
- Shield Size
If you would like to know more about what you can do to avoid this happening, we have a blog with more details here.
As with any treatment, good client aftercare is vital. It’s important to make sure your clients understand the steps they need to follow to ensure their lashes stay lifted and long.
The client must keep their lashes dry for the first 24 hours, so the nourishing lotion has time to work through.
A lash lift should last up to 8 weeks depending on how the lashes are cared for. Here are a few more aftercare tips you can share with your client:
- For the first 24 hours after the lashes should be treated with care. No rubbing, pulling, or harsh products.
- For the first 24 hours after the treatment avoid getting the lashes wet, specifically no showers, hot baths, swimming, and saunas.
- We recommend using a lash serum between appointments to keep lashes in the best possible condition.