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Frequently Asked Questions

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We have made sure that Lumisenses system is totally safe & gentle on the eyes! With its LED less bright than daylight, it is totally safe to operate near the human eye.

1) Its frequency is less bright than daylight

2) it does not emit UV light, our device belongs to visible light spectrum range

Shelf life of the glue is 6 months if opened and 1 year if unopened.

Ethyl 2-Cyanoacrylate, Bis-Trimethylbenzoyl Phenylphosphine Oxide, Polymethyl Methacrylate.

Yes, you can use any kind of lashes.

Yes, there is no guarantee for “allergy – free”.

However due to the fact that the glue dries very fast and does not leave almost any fumes, there have been much less allergic reactions on clients, who have also very sensitive and allergic eyes.

No. Only a professional eyelash technician can guarantee the right result.

Applying eyelash extensions takes about 1-2 hours.

It is recommended to go for fill every 4-6 weeks. Filling is needed to replace fallen out lashes with new ones. The procedure takes about 1 hour.

Yes, but there is no need for it, the lashes look beautiful and dense enough. Natural lashes are permanently colored before the lash extensions procedure if needed.

Eyelash extensions do not require special care at home, they are durable. But there are still some recommendations that an eyelash technician should share with client, either verbally or in the form of a brochure.

No, eyelash extensions are not harmful as the adhesive does not get contact with the skin. The procedure uses a special LED glue, which usually does not cause allergies.

The procedure does not damage your own lashes, since the eyelash extensions are glued on the lashes and they fall out together when the lifespan of your natural lash has ended.

The only thing that can cause damage is an unprofessional eyelash technician who glues a permanent lash extension more than one natural lash and ignores the theory of eyelash growth phases.

The most problematic is when the eyelash technician glues the eyelash extension to the skin surface, where the lash root get air and move freely, therefore a blockage occurs which often causes inflammation.

Side effects and allergic reactions are very rare with eyelash extensions. However, it does not mean that all people suffering from allergies should categorically give up eyelash extensions.

At first you should try to apply some eyelash extensions to make sure that the LED glue does not cause redness and irritation.

After the procedure, it is allowed to swim in the pool, go to the sauna, play sports, etc., everything is allowed.

However, it must be remembered that less the lashes get physically affected, the better they will last.

Of course, there are no medical contraindications to this. Although you need to be careful when applying or removing contact lenses, avoid contact with lashes. It is recommended to remove the contact lenses from the eye during the lash extensions procedure.

This procedure should be definitely done by an eyelash technician. A special glue-dissolving product is used for this procedure, which completely separates the extension glued to natural lash.

The procedure takes about 30 minutes.

Eyelash extensions must not be mechanically curled after they have been applied, the adhesive bond may break. It is also not recommended to use a heated eyelash curler.