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What is Touch Up and Why Should We Need It?

If you're someone who loves the look of long, voluminous lashes, you've probably heard about eyelash extensions. They can transform your eyes and give you that glamorous look without the need for mascara or false lashes. However, to maintain that stunning appearance, regular lash touch-ups are essential. But what exactly is a lash touch up, and why is it important?

As your natural lashes grow and shed, your lash extensions will gradually fall out. This shedding process is completely normal, as each of your natural lashes has its own growth cycle. A lash touch up, involves adding extensions to the new natural lashes that have grown in and replacing any extensions that have fallen out. This process helps maintain the full, lush look of your lash extensions and keeps them looking fresh and beautiful.

Here's the touch up process:

Assessment and Cleaning: The lash artist will start by assessing the current state of your lash extensions. They will clean your lashes to remove any dirt, oil, or makeup residue, ensuring a clean surface for the new extensions.

Removal of Overgrown Extensions: Extensions that have grown out too far from the lash line will be carefully removed. This step is crucial to prevent any damage to your natural lashes and to maintain a neat appearance.

Application of New Extensions: New extensions are then applied to the natural lashes that have grown in since your last appointment. The lash artist will match the new extensions to the existing ones in terms of length, thickness, and curl to ensure a seamless look.

Final Check and Adjustments: After the new extensions are in place, the lash artist will perform a final check to ensure that all lashes are perfectly aligned and that there are no clumps or gaps. Any necessary adjustments will be made to achieve a flawless finish.

How Often Should You Get a Touch Up?

The frequency of touch ups varies from person to person, but generally, it is recommended to get a touch up every 2 to 3 weeks. This timeframe helps maintain the fullness and appearance of your lash extensions and ensures that they always look their best. Waiting too long between touch ups may result in more extensive work being needed, which can be more time-consuming and costly.

At Perky Lash, touch up is strictly within 18 days from your previous appointment (If your last lash appointment is on the 1st Jan, your last day of touch up should be on the 19th Jan). Additionally, there must be at least 50% lashes intact during your touch up appointment.

Benefits of Regular Lash Touch-Ups

  • Maintained Appearance: Regular touch ups keep your lashes looking full and beautiful, ensuring that you always have that glamorous look.

  • Cost-Effective: Touch ups are usually less expensive than getting a full set of extensions, making them a cost-effective way to maintain your lash extensions.

  • Healthier Natural Lashes: By keeping up with regular touch ups, you can prevent overgrown extensions from weighing down your natural lashes, which can help maintain their health and strength.

Lash touch ups are an essential part of maintaining your eyelash extensions. They keep your lashes looking fresh, full, and beautiful, while also ensuring the health of your natural lashes. By scheduling regular touch-ups, you can enjoy the stunning look of lash extensions without the hassle of daily maintenance.

So, if you’re ready to keep your lashes looking their best, don’t forget to book your touch up appointment within 18 days and enjoy the confidence that comes with perfectly maintained eyelash extensions!

Don't hesitate to reach out to our lash artistes for guidance and assistance!


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JB City Square

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Mon-Sun, 11am-9pm (SG outlets) or 10am-10pm (JB outlet)

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This is one of the best places I’ve gotten my lashes done at in Singapore.

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