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Lash Lift Aftercare

At Barely There Beauty Bar, we believe that proper aftercare is crucial in maintaining the stunning results of your Lash Lift. Our Lash Lift Aftercare guide provides you with essential tips and instructions to help you prolong the lifted and voluminous look of your lashes.

We understand that aftercare plays a vital role in ensuring the longevity of your lash lift. Our comprehensive guide emphasizes the importance of avoiding excessive moisture, heat, steam, and oil-based products for the first 24-48 hours after the treatment. These measures help to protect the curl and lift of your lashes, ensuring they stay beautifully enhanced.

Following the recommended aftercare routine helps prevent damage to your lashes and maintains their health and strength. It also ensures that you enjoy the full benefits of your lash lift for an extended period.


At Barely There Beauty Bar, we are committed to not just providing exceptional Lash Lift services but also guiding you on how to care for your lashes afterward. Our Lash Lift Aftercare guide will equip you with all the necessary knowledge and tips for maintaining those stunning, lifted lashes.

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Using oil-based conditioners after the lash lift or with eyelash extensions is not recommended. Applying oil-based mascara or castor oil will shorten the results of the lash lift by straightening them. Instead, use water-based mascara and oil-free eyelash enhancing serum for thicker and fuller lashes. Following the aftercare routine and multiplying the lash lift effect with the lash serum, will give you a natural ‘woke up like this’ appearance.

Follow the aftercare routine below to make your results lasting:


Day 1:

  • Don’t rub or wet your lashes within 24 hours

  • Don’t apply any products such as makeup, face cream or any conditioning oils

  • Don’t use face steamer or sauna


Day 2:

  • Don’t rub your eyelashes

  • Don’t use face steamer or sauna


Day 3 +:

  • Don’t rub your eyes or eyelashes

  • Don’t use oil-based products or conditioners such as castor, coconut, jojoba oil

  • Don’t use a waterproof mascara

  • Use gentle foaming facial cleanser

  • Use Duo Brow & Lash Toxx 1-2 times a day after you wash your face

  • Brush your lashes gently to retain the shape


  • Cataract (a clouding of the natural lens in one or both eyes leading to decreased vision)

  • Cysts ( A cyst is a lump of the upper or lower eyelid caused by obstruction and inflammation of an oil gland of the eyelid. )

  • Diabetic Retinopathy ( a medical condition in which damage occurs to the retina due to diabetes) 

  • Glaucoma 

  • Blepharitis ( An ocular condition characterized by chronic inflammation of the eyelid )

  • Hordeola/Stye/Styes ( A small collection of puss/abscess on the eyelid)

  • Skin Disease, Skin Trauma, Cuts, Abrasions, Burns, and Swelling in the immediate area.

  • Skin Disorders in the general eye area. ( Dermatitis, Xanthelasma, Syringoma )

  • Eye Infections ( Impetigo, Conjunctivitis )

  • Eye Inflammation ( Uveitis )

  • Recent surgeries around the eyes, head, or face.

  • Scar Tissue

  • Watery Eyes

  • Hypersensitive Skin/Eyes

  • Keratitis ( Inflammation of the cornea of the eye )

  • Cancer or those undergoing Chemotherapy 

  • Alopecia ( Loss of hair )

  • Trichotillomania ( Classified as an impulse control disorder )Bells Palsy or any condition that makes closing or opening the eye(s) difficult.

  • Any disease/disorder that causes shaking twitching or erratic movements.

Requires a Doctors Referral

  • Pregnant & Brest-Feeding

  • Recent Lasik Surgery 

  • Dry Eye Syndrome

  • Glaucoma

  • Post Chemotherapy

  • Vitamins/Hormones 

Further Contraindications for Clients Comfort

  • Claustrophobia

  • Hay-fever/Rhinitis

  • Contact Lenses

  • If using collagen eye pads during the lash lift treatment please ensure the client has no previous history of reacting to collagen or the ingredients in the eye pad. In this circumstance opt for micro tape instead of the collagen eye pads.

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