Classic Lash Extensions

Classic lashing is a technique in which a single extension is applied to one isolated natural lash.

 Classic lashes are perfect for adding length and  fullness to your natural lash line.

  I am proud to have been trained by Ultimate Lash Boss Bryony Barclay of LAE Training. LAE is Lashbase's Trainer of the year and is a highly respected member of the Lash community. I am also a member of LBL an elite Lash and Brow Members' Club.

All Full Set appointments require a 15 minute consultation at least 24 hours before your appointment.

Before your appointment

Please come to your Lash appointments with no eye make up on. If removing eye make up on the day of your appointment please use an oil free cleanser.

Please note a full set can take up to 2 hours, you will be lying down with your eyes closed so please ensure you have been to the toilet before you make yourself comfortable.

After Care


Although a post-application cleanse is recommended, don’t get lashes excessively wet for 24 hours.

Don’t use steam rooms, saunas or sunbeds for 48 hours

Don’t perm, tint or use eyelash curlers

Don’t use waterproof or oil-based mascara on your extensions as they contain chemical properties that break down the adhesive.

Refrain from rubbing and pulling at your lashes


Do be gentle around your eyes

Do use an eyelash comb or mascara wand to brush and comb lashes daily

Do gently wash lashes daily with eyelash cleanser, keeping the root area clean.

Do invest in a lash safe makeup remover

If you follow the above tips your lashes will last longer, and your natural lashes will not suffer.

How to clean your lashes

If you don’t know how to clean your extensions, below is a quick guide in what you will need and what to do:

You will need: Lash Cleanser (such as Purified Cleanser),

Cleansing Brush (such as LashBase Cleansing Brush),

Tissue and a Mascara Wand


Step 1. Gently massage the cleanser into the lashes in small circular motions using your cleansing brush.

Step 2. Pat the lashes dry using a tissue

Step 3. Softly brush through

Why is lash aftercare important?

Lash artists provide aftercare advice for a reason. By cleaning your lash extensions daily you’ll see an improvement in long-term retention, meaning your lashes will look fuller for longer.

Not caring for your lashes means you may see premature lash loss and find yourself losing lashes quickly. It’s also a common myth that lash extensions can’t get wet as this will ruin the adhesive bond, however, this is false! You can still shower as you normally do, and a little water never hurt a lash!

Good lash aftercare will also help prevent infections. Your natural lashes are there to prevent bacteria from getting into your eyes, and lash extensions do the same job. But if you’re not cleaning your extensions the bacteria will start to build up and could cause an infection. Poor aftercare can also result in a build-up of dead skin and makeup on the lash line. So when you go in for your infill, your lash technician will struggle to apply extensions to unclean lashes and the bond will be affected. Resulting in your lashes not lasting.

I offer an aftercare pack that you can purchase at the end of your appointment. The products are there ready to use.

You can also invest in a lash-safe makeup remover to help remove eye shadow and powder that may have fallen onto the lash to help keep your lashes clean in between washing


When you’ve paid for a full set of lashes, you want them to last. So the importance of aftercare really is vital to keeping your lashes full and long-lasting, and without causing damage to your natural lash.