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FAQ - How long does the application of eyelash extensions take?

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Frequently Asked Questions:

- How are the eyelash extensions applied?
- How long does the application of eyelash
extensions take?

- How long do eyelash extensions last?
- Can I do eyelash extensions myself?
- Do eyelash extensions make my own eyelashes
fall out?
- Should I be careful in choosing who applies the
eyelash extensions and should they be trained?

- Can I still wear eye makeup?
- Can I wear mascara?
- Can I curl eyelash extensions?
- What are fills, why do I need them, and how often
do I need them?

- Do the synthetic eyelashes come in different
lengths and thicknesses?

- Is the eyelash glue and glue remover safe?
- Can the eyelash extensions be removed?
- I had eyelash extensions applied somewhere else
and I am unhappy with them. Can they be fixed
at Wink?

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Question:
How long does the application of eyelash extensions take?

Answer:
The procedure will take approximately 2-2.25 hours for a full set of eyelash extensions. A full set consists of both eyes, top eyelashes only. A fill takes approximately 1-1.25 hours. Taking this long for a full set is one aspect that sets Wink apart in the industry, as we take the necessary time to ensure that each of your own natural eyelashes has an extension placed on it to give you the length and thickness desired. There are more than 100 eyelash extensions used per eye when receiving the full set. Our top artist has over 5 years of experience, and still a full set of eyelash extensions can rarely be done in less than 2 hours. Beware of salons that claim that they can do a full set in less than 2 hours because by not allowing enough time to properly apply the eyelash extensions the result will not be as you desired with the eyelashes looking sparse and not being long-lasting. During the service you relax with your eyes closed and there is no pain involved, as this is a non-invasive procedure and often times clients are so relaxed they fall asleep.