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FAQs & Aftercare

  • 1) How Are Eyelash Extensions Applied?

Our eyelash extensions are applied by placing one extension on one natural lash or by creating a fan of multiple extensions and applying to one natural lash. Your eyes will be closed and you will be lying down during the entire service.

  • 2) How Long Does Lash Appointment Take and How Long Will My Lash Extensions Last?

Applying a full set of lashes take about 90 minutes to 2 hours. At Nroda Beauty, we consider your natural lash health to determine the length and thickness of the extensions we apply. The natural eyelash growth cycle is 70-90 days from new lash to shed period. Lashes will shed with the lash extension and grow out, causing turning of some lashes. The lash extension should last about 3-4 weeks.

To maintain the upkeep of your set, we recommend that you book a 2 -3 week fill appointment.

  • 3) Will My Natural Lashes Get Harmed Or Damaged After Lash Extensions?

No, they do not. At Nroda Beauty, we have professionals apply lash extensions safely according to the health of your natural lashes. The thinner or shorter your lashes, the thinner and shorter your extensions will be as to not stress your natural lashes. The result is lash extensions that enhance your lashes while promoting their growth. It is very important to NOT rub your eyes or pull on the extensions because you will risk plucking out your natural lashes.


  • During the first 48 hours DO NOT get your lashes wet. As well as avoid hot and sweaty situations like swimming or sauna.

  • Do not use eyelash curler on your extensions.

  • Do not pull on any loose extensions.

  • Do not use mascara on your extensions.

  • Avoid/limit the use of oil base products which will weaken the bond between the extension and your lash extensions.

  • Avoid sleeping face down to prevent pressing against your lashes.

  • Cleanse your lash every evening using the oil-free Nroda lash shampoo to prevent build-up from dirt and debris. Cleanse your lash line brushing in the direction of the lashes. Don’t scrub from side to side.

  • After cleaning it is best to blot them with a paper towel and allow them to air dry or you may use an Nroda Fan or a hair dryer on cool setting to dry your lashes. *If you are unsure what to do, please contact your lash stylist*

Allergic Reactions

As with any products on the market, there is a very small chance of an allergic reaction develop after getting your eyelash extensions. True allergic reactions do happen, but are rare. Allergies can come from adhesives, eye patches, faux lashes, medical tape etc… The most common reactions are: swollen eyes/eyelids, itchiness, redness and discomfort around the eyes. If you are experiencing irritation or allergy symptoms within the first 48 hours of getting your eyelash extensions, please contact us immediately for advice, and guidance. Taking claritin or benadryl and using eye drops will calm most cases of irritation.

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