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Brows By Jane offers a variety of natural eyelash services! For those looking to change the shape or orientation of their lashes, a Lift and Tint is the perfect treatment to open the eye and add definition. Already have curled lashes but need some depth? Come in for a Tint and Keratin Filler Treatment (boosts hair diameter by up to 24%!).

It may not be recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women to receive perm treatments. In case of an allergic reaction to the treatment solutions, certain antihistamine drugs may not be suitable for use. Please consult with your doctor before booking.


Those with sensitive eyes, eye conditions like dry eye, glaucoma, retinopathy, or retinal detachment may find this service challenging to sit through due to the solutions used. To avoid complications, contact lenses cannot be worn during lash service.

Clients with bacterial or viral eye infections will not be serviced until no longer affected.

Is it safe to tint eyelashes? I use brow and lash tint formulated for the eye area. It is never ideal for dye to enter the eye, so clients are prepped as well as possible at the beginning of each service for comfort and safety.
How often should I tint my lashes? Every 4-6 weeks seems to be the sweet spot.
Both thioglycolate and cysteamine formula options are available. Thioglocylate perms use "stronger", faster-acting chemicals and process in a shorter amount of time, which can be irritating for some clients who have sensitive eyes. This formula is best for those with coarse or resistant lashes and usually yield longer lasting results. The downside to this can be a slightly awkward  look during the lash-shedding process...but not for all. Cysteamine perms are "gentler", slower-processing solutions and are the best option for those with fine, easy to manipulate, or fragile hair. Unlike the Thioglocylate perm, hair permed with Cysteamine gently relaxes over time, making the shedding process much less noticeable as the new lashes grow in. 
How do lash lift (perm) solutions work?
The process begins with a thin cream that saturates and softens the hair cuticle, breaking down the molecular bond that holds the existing hair structure together. After processing, a neutralizing solution that re-bonds the hair is applied to the lashes, allowing me to use a silicone "shield" or "rod" to sculpt a new, permanent shape (how a lift and/or curl is achieved) At this point in the service, customized treatments can be added: Tint color, Regenerating, or Keratin. 
How often should I get lash lifts (perms)?
Perming lashes too often can lead to overprocessing: the results will cause coarse, wiry, curly texture, breaking, and fall-out. Hair health is the number one priority at Brows By Jane so please schedule your lift appointments 8-10 weeks apart. 
Who can't get lash lifts (perms)?
Those experiencing hormonal changes or hair loss due to pregnancy, birth control, stress, or surgery may not be ideal candidates for eyelash lifting, perming, or tinting services, as the chemicals used may cause brittleness or premature shedding of the hair. Clients allergic to glyceryl monothioglycolate, ammonium thioglycolate, cysteamine hydrochloride, hydrogen peroxide, glyceryl rosinate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, pentaerythrityl tetra-di-t-butyl hydroxyhydrocinnamate, titanium dioxide, or paraffinum liquidum, those with open cuts, wounds, infections, undiagnosed lumps, or sunburn in the eye area cannot be serviced.
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