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LVL Lashes

Length, volume & lift for your natural lashes

LVL lashes stands for length, volume and lift. You'll recognise at least one of these beauty buzzwords from pretty much every one of the best mascaras on the market, but it's rare that all three would appear together because, let's be honest, that'd have to be quite the multi-tasking mascara. LVL lashes manage to do all of the above in one sitting. That's lengthening, volumising, and seriously lifting all in one easy treatment!

HOW DOES LVL LASH LIFTING WORK

STEP 1: LIFT

To create the Length Volume Lift effect, our lash-health first products are applied step-by-step by a qualified lash artist. Following on from your patch test and consultation, the lash artist will apply the appropriate shape shield to your eyelid and your lashes will be pressed against this using a bonding gel.

STEP 2: VOLUMISE

Once this has been removed, a 2-in-1 volumising fix and tint is applied, sealing your lashes into their new shape and adding volume and definition.

STEP 3: BALANCE

A pH balancing serum is applied to the lashes, strengthening from within and coating from the outside to help protect, increase shine and prevent over-processing.

STEP 4: MOISTURISE

Finally, a moisturising serum is applied to nourish the lashes, help lock in tint colour and ease them off the shield, revealing beautifully healthy, lifted lashes. Enriched with a film former, it helps to instantly hold the new curl while your lashes are still settling into place.

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FAQs

What is the difference between LVL and a lash lift?

LVL is a trademarked treatment and formula, developed by and formulated for Nouveau Lashes. Only beauty professionals who have trained with Nouveau can use their products. We have used other systems at LA Perfection but choose this brand over any others due to superior results.

How long does LVL Lash Lift last?

With the right aftercare, lash lifts can last up to 8 weeks and will grow out with your natural lash cycle. It’s important to use the right cleansing and conditioning products to protect your lashes and help your lash lift last as long as possible.

Does LVL Lash Lift damage your lashes?

No, an LVL Lash Lift does not damage your natural lashes when carried out by a qualified specialist. We have clients who have been having regular LVL Lash Lifts every 4-8 weeks for years without damage to their natural lashes.

Can you still wear mascara after having an LVL Lash Lift?

Although an LVL Lash Lift includes an eyelash tint which helps to create the appearance of longer and thicker lashes without the need for mascara, it’s still completely safe to wear should you wish to enhance the results further. However, we recommend waiting until 24 hours after your treatment.

Do I need a patch test before having this treatment?

Yes, you need to have a patch test at least 48 hours before having this treatment if you haven't had this treatment with LA perfection before. This applies even if you have had lash lifts at other salons.  

Does LVL Lash Lift hurt?

LVL Lash Lift doesn't hurt at all, it is actually very relaxing. Clients often fall asleep whilst having this treatment.

Does LVL Lash Lift work for everyone?

An LVL Lash Lift works on nearly all clients, however as this treatment only works with the natural lashes, the longer your lashes, the better the results will be.

Can I have LVL Lash Lift during pregnancy?

Yes! Getting a lash lift while you're pregnant is perfectly safe. Just ensure you can be comfortable enough to lie on your back for up to 50 minutes. Hormones may affect the results of a lash lift. Hormones in the body can affect how the lash lift takes and how long the results last.

What aftercare is required?

  • For the first 48 hours it’s important not to allow water to come into contact with your lashes

  • No swimming or sauna for the first 48 hours

  • Only use water based mascara

  • Don’t rub your eyes when washing your face – pat dry your lashes after washing your face

  • Try not to sleep face down

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