eyelash extensions
eyelash extensions

1D eyelash extensions

My Qualifications include a Certificate in eyelash extensions.
Eyelash extensions are a fun and glamorous way of making your eyes look bigger and more defined while still looking fantastic with little or no make-up.
Semi-permanent lashes last between 4-6 weeks, after 4 weeks you can expect to have approx 50% of your false lashes remaining depending on your natural hair growth speed and if you take care of them. You can have them topped up to maintain them for longer. A real lash’s cycle is around 30 – 60 days and as yours grow and fall out, so will the ones newly-attached.
The procedure takes approximately 3 hours for a full-set and an hour and half for refills. It’s a meticulous procedure that requires patience and concentration, it can not be rushed. Your eyes are closed and you experience no pain. A single natural eyelash is isolated and a synthetic lash is glued to the top of the client’s own natural lash, approximately 1mm from the eyelid so neither the glue or the lash has contact with the skin.

After care:

2 hrs after eyelashes extension treatment- do not allow water to contact lashes.

2 days after eyelashes extension – do not steam face, use steam bath, swim or wash face with hot water. Do not use mascara on fake eyelashes, as make-up remover will affect the bonding of fake eyelashes. Do not perm fake eyelashes. Do not use a lash curler, as it will break both fake eyelashes and natural lashes. Do not rub eyes or fake eyelashes when washing face. Always pat dry lashes after cleansing.

NEW !!!! Introducing 3D and 6D eyelash extensions!!!

With the launch of my new lash menu, my clients are now able to choose the volume they would like for their lashes! With traditional lashes, I can only safely attach one thicker extension to each of your natural lashes – so the fuller that natural lashes, the fuller the extensions. While that’s still somewhat true (the more natural lashes you have the more extensions I can apply) my new 3D and 6D Volume sets now give even lash challenged clients the option for volume they have never had before!

So how does volume work?

Classis lash extensions (1D): one extension that is thicker, darker, and curled attached to each natural lash
LUSH extensions (3D): using the thinnest extensions to create a very full, voluminous set of lashes!
VOLUME extensions (6D): using the thinnest extensions to create a mega-full lash line applying up to 6 feather-light lashes to one natural lash!

So which set is right for you?

My 3D Lush extensions will be my universal best choice for those with both great natural lashes, and those with sparse natural lashes.

Sparse natural lashes: a very sparse set of natural lashes would be considered around 50 lashes per eye. With traditional lash extensions, that would mean you would also get around 50 extensions per eye (minus the natural lashes that are too weak/just growing in that we can’t extend). With 3D extensions, lash-challenged clients with 50 lashes per eye, can now have around 150 lashes per eye! By using thinner extensions we are able to put 3 tiny extensions to each lash! The result? Fluffy, soft extensions that are full and tender!
3D extensions will also be easier to maintain than classic single extensions as the weight is distributed differently, and you will have more lashes to spare between fills… so as they shed, you won’t notice the extensions thinning nearly as much!
Side note: When I say 3D it doesn’t mean that every single lash will have 3 extensions on. I always keep my client’s lash health at the top of our priority list. Meaning, that (in a 3D set) stronger, longer lashes will have up to 4 lash extensions, and weaker finer lashes will have 2. I call the set 3D as it all balances out to around 3 per natural lash with some having more extensions and some less.

Full natural lashes: If you’re a client with full natural lashes (100-130 lashes per eye), 3D Lush extensions you will fall absolutely in love with this new lashing method. Instead of 100-130 extensions per eye before, with 3D you are going to have over 300+ fluffy, rich extensions per eye!

6D VOLUME lashes are that “wow factor” that many women have been looking for for years! These are the show-stoppers! Between 400-750 tiny, fluffy extensions on the average woman’s lash line! These are our most stunning, full, striking lash extensions for the ultimate lash lovers!! These lashes are super fun for everyone for special events! Women with strong, more coarse natural lashes will be able to maintain this volume long-term. Our clients with finer, short lashes should keep 6D to a special occasion treat so your natural lashes aren’t stressed at all! Of course I will always do what is best for your lash health, and I will never put the health of your natural lashes in jeopardy! If you want a consult on which volume is right for you – send email to me with photos/questions at www.vickysbeautypoint@gmail.com and we will discuss together.

The good news? With my new menu you aren’t stuck with 3D or 6D! As long as you are getting one of my new volume sets, you can swap between fills. So come get a LUSH 3D set, and fill over the months… when that special event is coming up (birthday, Christmas, wedding) – vamp those lashes up with a 6D fill if you want over the moon volume!



1D Mink lashes - € 40.00 

1D Silk lashes - 50.00 

Russian 3D Lush extensions - € 70.00 

Russian 6D Volume extensions - € 90.00 

Refills of mink/silk lashes:

Weekly touch up €18.00

10 days touch up €22.00

2-3 week touch up €25.00 

Refills of Russian lashes:

Weekly touch up €30.00

10 days touch up €40.00

2-3 week touch up €50.00 

Removal - € 15.00 


Other eye treatments:

Weekend lashes (full set) - € 15.00 

Weekend lashes (corner set) - € 10.00 

Strip lashes - 12.00 

Eyelash tint - € 11.00 

Eyebrow tint - 8.00 

Eyebrow trim and shape - 10.00 

Men’s brows - € 14.00 

Lash tint & eyebrow trim - 19.00 

Lash tint, eyebrow tint & trim - 21.00 

Eyebrow trim & tint - 17.00 




3D Eyelash Extensions

3D eyelash extensions

6D Eyelash extensions

6D eyelash extensions

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