Frequently Asked Questions



Get Your Questions About Eyelash Extension Supplies and Lash Lift Supplies Answered

Do you have questions about Lash Stuff eyelash extensions supplies or lash lift products? Listed here are a list of customers most asked questions about Lash Stuff products and services. Wether you are looking for an answer on how to apply eyelash extensions, how to apply eyelash extension glue, how to apply Lash Stuff's best selling lash lift kit, or Lash Stuff's hair removal wax kit we will try and address the question here. If you do not see the question that you have then you can just contact us and we usually answer the same day that you email us.  

Lash Stuff Wants to Hear From You the Customer

Our goal at Lash Stuff is to offer the very best quality eyelash extension supplies, lash lift supplies, eyebrow wax, eyebrow and eyelash tint product we can. Our products go through long rigorous testing before they are brought to market. Contact Lash Stuff and help us become a better company. Lash Stuff other goal is to offer the best customer service in the beauty industry. Lash Stuff does this by offering free shipping on every order in the USA and having customer service on stand by any time you need them.

What should I charge for my services?


Pricing is a big part of what clients use to determine if they are going to choose your service. Your area you work in is a big determining factor on how much you can charge. If you charge too much, the client could go to a stylist who charges less. If you charge too little, the client will think you provide cheap work. Look at what other stylists are charging in your area. The best advice is to determine what price is right for your area and what people are willing to pay.

Do you have a brow lamination product? Can the lash lift be used as a brow lamination product?


At this time the only way to perform brow laminations is the same creams as a lash lift. Brow Lamination products currently on the market are using the same creams as a Lash Lift and just calling them them Brow Lamination cream. We do not believe this is a safe procedure. We are currently looking for a safe way to perform a brow lamination.

My client is pregnant, is she safe to receive a service?


We always recommend she asked her doctor.

What is the difference between hard wax and soft wax?

Soft wax: Soft wax requires a strip to go over top of the wax to remove the hair.
Hard wax: Hard wax does not require a material to remove the wax.  
Either are great for anywhere on the body. It really just depends on personal preference.

Is Lash Stuff eyelash extension adhesive medical grade?


The main ingredient in Lash Stuff adhesive is Cyanoacrylate which is also used in medical adhesive. Lash Stuff Adhesive does not contain formaldehyde. Lash Stuff adhesive should always be applied by a trained professional.

Is Lash Stuff eyelash extension adhesive FDA approved?


The FDA does not regulate eyelash extension products because eyelash extensions do not touch the skin.

Why does Lash Stuff not carry real mink eyelash extensions?


Real mink eyelash extensions come from mink animals usually kept in mink farms. Studies have shown that there is a higher risk of having a negative reaction to real animal hair such as mink. Real mink hair may pose some health risks if the hair was not sanitized properly, which is almost impossible to verify. Also, real mink eyelash extensions lose it's curl quickly and may crimp while on the client's lashes. For these reasons Lash Stuff feels that it is in the best interest of the Lash Stylist and client to not offer real mink eyelash extensions.

How are eyelash extensions categorized?


Eyelash extensions are sold with four categories. Lash material, curl type, lash thickness, lash length . An example is (Mink C-curl .20 8mm). .25 is our thickest lash and should be used on people with sturdy/strong eyelashes. .15 is our thinnest lash and is used on people with thin or weaker lashes. .15 is also lighter and more natural looking. 8mm is our shortest lash and is more natural looking. 16mm is our longest lash and gives the most "bling" to a client. D-curl has a stronger curl than C-curl. Lash Stuff sells synthetic mink and silk lashes. Synthetic lashes look and feel like real silk and mink but are easier to apply and they do not lose their curl. Synthetic lashes are the most commonly used type of eyelash extensions in the U.S.

What is the difference between eyelash extension adhesives?


Eyelash extension adhesive or glue comes with three types of qualities 1) The longevity of the glue (how long the glue will hold an eyelash extension), 2) the sensitivity of the glue (how much fumes a glue has) 3) How fast the glue dries. The stronger the glue is the stronger the fumes will be and the quicker it will dry. One thing to look for in glue is to make sure it does not have formaldehyde in it. Many people are allergic to formaldehyde. Lash Stuff products do not contain formaldehyde.

How long is eyelash extension adhesive good for? 


Eyelash extension adhesive is good for a maximum of 60 days once the bottle is opened. This 60 day time period is greatly dependent on the care that is given to the adhesive and is the best case scenario. Adhesive longevity can be increased by shaking the adhesive on a daily basis, opening the adhesive as little as possible, keeping the adhesive out of direct sun light, keeping the adhesive in a normal room temperature environment, and closing the bottle as soon as possible after use. Once adhesive gets closer to the 60 day mark the consistency of the adhesive will become thicker and stringy and this is a sign that it is time to get new adhesive.  


My client has sensitive eyes what should I do? 


The first time you meet with a client ask them if their eyes water easily or if they know if their eyes are sensitive. Many people do not know if they have sensitive eyes until they get Eyelash Extensions. If you do not know if a client has sensitive eyes start with the strongest adhesive and if the client says their eyes are bothered switch to the sensitive adhesive. To be safe always use latex free eye tape. Never let the adhesive touch the clients skin.

How many clients will one case of eyelash extensions do? 

One case of lashes has approximately 3000 lashes or 16 lines. The average client takes approximately 70 lashes per eye or 140 lashes for a full set. Theoretically 1 case of lashes will do about 21 full sets. The average full set of eyelash extensions takes between 2 and 3 sizes. So, a lash artist should have a minimum of 4 different sizes of lash extensions on hand. Each client has different sizes and types of natural lashes so the sizes of lashes that will be needed will vary greatly depending on the client. We recommend that a new lash artist start out with eyelash extension sizes C-Curl .20 8MM, 10MM, 12MM, 14MM. These sizes will be a good base to start from. This is the bare minimum of what a lash artist will need for a client. As a lash artist becomes more experienced they will want to greatly increase the sizes of lashes that they have so that they can perfectly fit every client.  

What is the difference between synthetic silk and mink eyelash extensions?


The differences between the Faux Mink and Silk lashes are subtle but noticeable mostly to your client. The Silk lashes have a silky, natural feel to them, they are more flexible. The Faux Mink lashes are a little more bold, slightly glossier than the Silk. The Faux Mink are a little more rigid; both types of lashes are made of the same materials. Deciding between Mink and Silk can depend on your clientele. If the majority of your clients are older women you may want to stock up on Silk, if you have a younger crowd then Mink will fit what they are looking for.

How much money do eyelash extension stylists make?


The answer is it greatly depends. It depends on location, whether the location is in a private home or a salon, supply and demand of stylists, and the quality of the service given. Some stylists in a location like Los Angeles or New York make as much as $400 for a full set. A stylists in a small town doing lashes out of his or her home could make $50 for a full set. The way to find out what you could make as an eyelash extension stylist is look at what people in your area are charging. You need to take all factors into account. Obviously a person in salon will charge more than a person doing eyelash extensions out of a house because of overhead. The main thing a stylist should focus on is quality. If you provide a quality product people will travel miles to have you do their lashes.  

Why is curl on my clients eyes are pointing different ways after doing a Lash Lift? 


Lash Stuff rods are designed to be able to create a J-curl or a C-curl on your clients eyelashes. There are colored ends on the lash lift rods. The colored ends need to point the SAME DIRECTION in order for the curl on your clients eyes to be the same. If you want your clients to have a J-curl the colored lash lift rods need to point to the right and if you want your client to have a C-curl the rods need to point to the left.

lash lift rod direction map

Why are the eyelashes not sticking on the lash lift rod?


There are a few reasons that the eyelashes may not be sticking on the lash lift rod when performing a lash lift. One, is that you may be using too large of a lash lift rod. The eyelashes need to lay completely over the rod in order for the eyelashes to get a strong curl. It is alright if the eyelashes are hanging slightly over the rod.

Two, is you may be applying glue to the entire lash lift rod instead of applying the lash lift glue to small sections at a time. When you apply lash lift glue to the entire rod at once the glue will dry before you get the eyelashes on the rod. Apply lash lift glue to about one third of the lash lift rod at a time then slowly apply the lashes with a mini stick.

How should Lash Extension Glue be stored?


Eyelash extension adhesive should be stored in a cool dry location that is not directly in the sun. Lash Extension glue should also be stored upright so that the glue does not fill the nozzle and dry.

How long do eyelash extensions last?


When people ask how long do eyelash extensions last the answer is it greatly depends on many different conditions and factors. Eyelash extensions generally last three to five weeks. If eyelash extensions are applied correctly with a quality lash extension glue the eyelash extensions will last longer. Most eyelash extensions will hold on to the natural eyelashes permanently and fall off when the natural eyelashes fall out. Eyelashes naturally fall out in about 4-6 weeks. An eyelash serum can be used to help eyelashes last longer.

Are eyelash extensions worth it?


Yes! Eyelash extensions can make your eyelashes look longer and fuller and bring attentions to your eyes. Eyelash extensions are a great way to reduce the amount of time it takes to get ready in the morning. Eyelash extensions can also help you look great at the pool and camping.

How do eyelash extensions work?


Eyelash extensions are a single fake eyelash attached to a single natural eyelash with lash extension glue. The eyelash extension stylist uses tweezers to attach the individual fake eyelash to each natural eyelash.

How much do eyelash extensions cost?


To have a full set of eyelash extensions applied it costs between $300-$100 depending on where you live. If you live in New York City it will cost a lot more than if you live in Ogden Utah.

What are eyelash extensions?


Eyelash extensions are a single fake eyelash that is made of either real mink, real silk, faux mink, or synthetic silk material. Faux mink and synthetic eyelash extensions are the most popular types eyelash extensions. Faux mink and synthetic eyelash extensions are made of a PBT plastic material that looks and feels like real mink and silk.

How long does it take to get eyelash extensions?


It takes longer to get a full set of eyelash extensions which is the first time you get eyelash extensions than it does it to get an eyelash extension fill which is the follow up appointment after getting eyelash extensions. A full set of eyelash extensions can take up to two hours to get applied. An eyelash extension fill can take up to 1 hour to get applied.

Can I remove eyelash extensions with coconut oil?


No. Do not attempt to remove eyelash extensions with coconut oil. Eyelash extensions should only be removed by a trained professional with eyelash extension glue remover.

What type of eyelash extensions are there?


The different types of eyelash extensions are real mink, real silk, faux mink, and synthetic silk.

Do you have to be 18 to get eyelash extensions?


Eyelash extension regulations vary by state but in most states you not have to be 18 to get eyelash extensions. Contact your state office to find out what the regulations are in your state.

Do eyelash extensions ruin your lashes?


No, eyelash extensions will not ruin your eyelashes if applied properly. Make sure that your lash stylists has been properly trained to apply eyelash extensions and is properly licensed in your state.

How long do fake eyelashes stay on?


Fake eyelashes usually can stay for up to 24 hours. If a person get the fake eyelashes wet, sweats a lot, or sleeps in them this will shorten the life of fake eyelashes.

Can you apply eyelash extensions yourself?


No! You can not apply eyelash extensions to your self. This is very dangerous and you should never do it. Eyelash extensions are applied with sharp tweezers and lash extension glue. You could poke your self in the eye with a tweezer or get glue in your eye.

How do you make eyelash extensions last longer?


To make eyelash extensions last longer you should not touch your eyelashes, brush your eyelashes everyday with a spoolie, do not use mascara on the eyelash extensions unless it is designed for eyelash extensions, and wash your eyelashes with eyelash shampoo every couple days.

How often do eyelashes shed?


Natural eyelashes shed out every 4-6 weeks.

Can you wear contacts if you have eyelash extensions?


Yes you can wear contacts if you have eyelash extensions. Eyelash extensions will not affect your contacts at all.

How do you shower with eyelash extensions?


To shower with eyelash extensions just make sure that you do not use any soaps or cleansers with oils in them. Use an oil free cleanser and gently rub the eyelash extension between your fingers. It is OK to get the eyelash extensions wet 24 hours after they were applied.

How long does a wax last?


A wax lasts 2-3 weeks depending on how long your hair life cycle is.

Can I use hair dye to color my eyebrows?


No! You can not use hair dye to color your eyebrows. Only eyebrow tint can be used to tint the eyebrows. Using hair dye on the eyebrows is dangerous because the dye could run into the eyes causing damage.

Can I use hair dye to color my eyelashes?


No! You can not use hair dye to color the eyelashes. Only a specially designed semi-permeant tint that is designed to be used on the eyelashes can be used to tint the eyelashes. Hair dye could damage the eyes if it gets into the eyes.

How do eyelash extensions work?


Eyelash Extensions are a single fake eyelash that is glued to a single natural eyelash. The eyelash extension will stay on the eyelashes naturally falls out. Eyelashes naturally fall out in 6-8 weeks.

How often do eyelashes shed?


Natural eyelashes shed every 6-8 weeks. Once natural eyelashes shed new eyelashes start to grow in their place starting the eyelash growth cycle over again.

Can you swim with eyelash extensions?


Yes you can swim with eyelash extensions. It is recommended to wait 24 hours before swimming after eyelash extensions are applied.

Can you wear strip lashes on top of eyelash extensions?


Yes technically false strip eyelashes can be worn on top of eyelash extensions because eyelash extensions are glued to the actual individual eyelashes and fake strip eyelashes are a strip glued to the lash line above the natural eyelashes. But, it is not recommended because it would look very unnatural and fake.

How long does a lash tint last?


A lash tint lasts 2-3 weeks depending on how well the eyelashes are cared for.  

Can you wear mascara with lash extensions?


Yes you can wear mascara with eyelash extensions but it is not recommended. Mascara could weaken the lash glue and make the eyelash extensions not last as long. If you must wear mascara with eyelash extensions try to wear a mascara that is designed to be worn on eyelash extensions and is oil free.

Can you get lash extensions after a lash lift?


Yes you can get eyelash extensions after getting a lash lift. A lash lift actually makes the natural eyelashes curly and better suited to glue an eyelash extensions to.

Can you wear mascara with a lash lift?


Yes you can wear mascara after getting a lash lift. Mascara will not hurt or shorten the life of a lash lift.


Do you ship orders to the UK? If so, how will orders be shipped?

Yes, we ship to the UK. To get your order to you, we've partnered with Passport Shipping and they will be the Seller for all orders to the UK for orders under £135 and orders.