Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions are semi-permanent lashes that are hand-glued on top of your natural lashes. The look of your eyelash extensions is fully customizable based on your preferences.

Classic Eyelash Extensions - This is our most natural option and involves a single lash being adhered to a single natural lash. If you are new to eyelash extensions or prefer a natural look, then this is the treatment we recommend booking. This option also puts the least stress on your natural lashes and creates a subtle but pretty enhancement.

We recommend bringing in an inspiration photo to your appointment, or even better, sending it through before making the booking so we can establish if classic eyelash extensions are your vibe or perhaps hybrid extensions are a better fit. Establishing if classic or hybrid extensions are more your vibe is important as timing differs, and it's best your appointment has the correct time allocated.

Hybrid Extensions - Hybrid extensions are a popular choice. This involves a mixture of single lashes being applied to your natural lashes but also involves adding fans of lashes (multiple lashes) to your natural lashes for a little more volume and density. Again, we ask you to bring photos to your appointment that will help your therapist understand your ultimate lash extension outcome so we know we are on the same page.


Classic Full Set: $100

Classic Full Set: $125

Hybrid Full Set: $150

Volume Full Set: $180

Classic Infills 45 mins: $75

Classic infills 60 minutes: $100

Hybrid Infills 45 mins: $90

Hybrid Infills 60 mins: $120

Volume Infills 45 mins: $100

Volume Infills 60 mins: $125

Removal: Price on request



Q & A 

How long do they last?

Eyelash extensions generally need to be infilled every 2-3 weeks. This varies from client to client depending on skin type, skin condition, lash health, aftercare adherence, lifestyle factors like exercising and swimming, the environments you are exposed to, and the type of lash set you book. Our lash expert Lux recommends if you have done a full set for the first time, book your first infill 2 weeks later to help bulk up the lashes and get a fuller outcome.

What is the homecare when looking after your lashes in-between appointments?

You may think that washing your lashes will ruin them, but this is a myth that we need to bust. Yes, it's true that we don’t want any water or products or cleansers on them for a full 24 hours post-treatment, but after this time, good lash hygiene is recommended. This entails using an oil-free cleanser on them daily. We recommend Ellebana Lash Cleanser (RRP $15) as a budget-friendly option to keep your lashes clean and also bacteria-free. Natural skin oils will always build up and can break down the glue, therefore hindering longevity. Daily cleansing with Ellebana lash cleanser will be gentle on the lashes, preserve the glue strength, and ensure lashes are clean of debris. Your therapist will have an easier time doing your infill and be able to achieve a nicer result if you adhere to daily cleansing with the correct product. We also suggest avoiding oily skincare and makeup products near the lashes as oils break down the adhesive much faster.

How do you know what size eyelash extensions to get?

The type of lash size and style you get is dependent on the length and strength of your natural lashes. If you push the friendship too much and choose a lash that your natural lashes can’t handle, damage can occur as a result. Your eyelash technician will help recommend what lash is best for you.

Can I wear makeup to my eyelash extension appointment?

You can wear makeup on the face, lips, and brows, but we strongly ask you refrain from wearing eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, and any other eye makeup. Makeup can greatly affect the results of your extensions, and even if we use makeup remover at the beginning of your treatment, we still find the end result is suboptimal. As your appointment is based on time as well, removing makeup also reduces the amount of time we have to apply lashes.

Can you put mascara or eyeliner on your eyelash extensions?

We don’t recommend using mascara on your eyelash extensions. Our eyelash extension therapist Jess suggests avoiding mascara so it doesn’t break down the glue. Mascara can also clump your lashes and make it hard for you to clean them, so it's best to avoid completely.

Furthermore, as for eyeliner, we suggest you avoid using creamy formulas that often contain oils. Oils and waxes in eyeliner formulas can also adversely affect the adhesives we use and therefore compromise the result and longevity of your extensions.

How do you shower with eyelash extensions?

The first 24 hours after your extensions, it's critical to avoid water on your lashes. You can shower but just keep your extensions away from water. After 24 hours, you can have your normal showers.

How often should I be brushing my eyelash extensions?

Our lash technicians suggest brushing them daily with a spoolie. This helps to keep them looking maintained and in shape and removes any lashes that may be tangled up.

How do you take eyelash extensions off?

Eyelash extensions will fall off naturally over time; however, if you have decided lash extensions aren’t for you or you want to give them a break, we recommend you book in for a removal service. A product is applied to the glue, and this helps to soften the glue and release the extension from the natural lash. This process can take 5-30 minutes depending on how many lashes remain, and the cost is dependent on the time it takes and the number of lashes that remain.