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LVL Lash Lift

What is an LVL Lash Lift?

An advancement on the old fashioned “lash perm”, a subtle, natural looking lift, giving the illusion of length, making the eyes appear more open.

Unlike the perming rods used in the past, new specially created silicone pads lift the lashes from the root only, creating a subtle, natural looking lift, giving the illusion of length, and making the eyes appear more open. It is the perfect treatment for people with a low maintenance beauty regimen, busy lifestyle, allergies and hay fever, or just those who want to make the most of their natural eyelashes!

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LVL Natural Lash Lift

LVL Lashes

An advancement on the old fashioned “lash perm”, a subtle, natural looking lift, giving the illusion of length, making the eyes appear more open. Unlike the perming rods used in the past, new specially created silicone pads lift the lashes from the root only, creating a subtle, natural looking lift, giving the illusion of length, and making the eyes appear more open. It is the perfect treatment for people with a low maintenance beauty regimen, busy lifestyle, allergies and hay fever, or just those who want to make the most of their natural eyelashes!

How long does a Lash Lift last?

Up to 2 months or longer depending on the shedding cycle of your lashes. It’s recommended that you re-lift your lashes every 6 – 7 weeks to maintain.*

Do I need to have a test patch?

Yes, you can either pop in for a test patch or we can send one out for you to complete at home. This must be completed at least 48 hours before your treatment.

How much does it cost?

At the Suar Box Clinic, we charge £36 for a single treatment or £180 for a course of 6.

What after care should I follow?

They’re FUSS FREE! LVL is so low maintenance so other than a regular lick of our nourishing lash and brow conditioner, you could say goodbye to mascara for good! It is important that you do not get your lashes wet at all in the first 24 hours’ post-treatment, and no steam for 48 hours. Alongside the obvious steam rooms and saunas, things like steam coming out from a hot kettle, opening a hot oven, hair dryers and cooking in general can cause the lashes to drop.

LVL Lash Lift