Clean Lashes Last Longer - Promise ♡

8 Apr 2020

We take incredible measures to keep ourselves beautiful and spoiled. Our hair is sparkly and rich, gets treated regularly with masks, conditioner or at least with shampoo and water.

The same happens with our face. Exfoliation, serums, cleanser and face cream is part of our daily routine. We like our skin smooth and brilliant, radiant, delicate and dewy.

But hang on - what about our lashes?  


One of the greatest offenders of untimely loss of lashes is the lack of attention to your eyelash extensions at home.


But don’t panic – we explain you how to take best care of your lashes by reading just a bit more J


If you have a look at your eyelash extensions, they may look squeaky clean to you.

But on the day of your refill, we have a closer look on your lashes before we start lashing.



At Lash N’ Tweezers in Brisbane, we like to update and educate our clients about their eyelashes and their aftercare in every single appointment.


Our lash line is consistently sieged by dead skin, excess oils, and beauty care products.

The build-up can break down the glue bond and we lose your extensions quicker than with consistent cleansing.

By cleaning our lashes, we’re getting rid of all nasties to prevent in worst cases bacteria build up and allergens.


Treat your lashes gently and give them what they need – a gentle cleansing with Lash N Tweezers foam cleanser. This gentle cleanser removes makeup and oils for super clean lashes.

You will receive the lash cleanser with a soft brush, to be able to clean your lashes as soft and gentle as possible.


If you keep your eye makeup natural, cleanse your eyelash extensions two to three times per week with extra attention.

If you wear your makeup heavier, we recommend daily cleansing with our foam cleanser and the lash brush that comes with it.

You can pick it up any time in our beauty salon in Wavell Heights.

Regular face cleansers and removers have ingredients (micellar water, oil…) which are not compatible with eyelash extensions.


How to use: Pump cleansing foam on the palm of your (clean!) hand, dip in the cleansing brush in and gently swipe from the eyelash roots to the tips. Keep your eyes closed and cleanse one eye after the other.

Wash off excess with slightly warm or cold water.  Pad dry the lashes with a soft cloth and give the lashes gentle brush.



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