Lee-Anne Bennett

Lee-Anne Bennett

Lee-Anne Bennett is a member of the World Association of Lash Artistry and Development

Lee-Anne Bennett is a member of the World Association of Lash Artistry and Development

My name is Lee-Anne Bennett and I have been an esthetician in the beauty industry for over 15 years. I was first introduced to semi permanent lashes 4 years ago and it was love at first sight!

My goal is to give you beautiful, comfortable and long lasting lashes that will be impossible to miss.

Lashes are my Passion!

I use only the highest quality in lash extension products and my attention to detail makes me feel proud to say that my loyal clients travel from Milton, Mississauga, Burlington and Toronto.

From my expertise in detailed application; to my kind and caring customer service in the privacy of my home based salon; my mission is to deliver a beautiful set of lashes that mesmerize both the onlooker and the wearer. For this reason alone, I do not count lashes during my application.

I custom suit every set of eyelash extensions to match my client’s natural lashes and desired look.

I will never overload the natural lash and use lengths and thickness that are suitable for you, so that you can safely wear eyelash extensions week after week, month after month with no damage to your natural lashes.

I am advanced trained and internationally certified through The Institute Of Eyelash Excellence, EENA Eyelash Extensions Niagara Training Academy and a proud member of the Walad (World Association of Lash Artistry and Development).

About Eyelash Extensions

EYELASH EXTENSIONS are individual synthetic hairs that are placed one-by-one onto each of your natural eyelashes with a surgical medical-grade adhesive that is formulated to be used around the eye area and only sold to trained professionals; to create a fuller, thicker, curlier, darker set of eyelashes.

The initial application process can take anywhere from 1.5 hour to 2 hours and infill’s typically take between 1 hour to 1.5 hours. This beauty treatment is a meticulous and highly skilled procedure that requires patience and concentration and should never be rushed. It should always be relaxing and pain free.

Contrary to belief, eyelash extensions if applied correctly will not damage your own lashes and in fact many clients find that the health of their own lashes improve over time.

Combined with my extensive training, expertise and the use of high quality lashes and adhesives ensures that your eyelashes are secure, waterproof, do not loose their curl and they remain in place even after a swim!

Your natural eyelashes have a growth cycle of 6-8 weeks. Most people lose a total of 2-4 eyelashes a day. Throughout this natural shedding process the lashes are continually replenished with new hair during their growth cycle.

Because the eyelash extensions are attached to your natural eyelash, when your natural eyelash drops, so too will the extension attached to it. This means, if you do not have regular maintenance; which is recommend every 2-3 weeks, they will naturally drop one by one, and by the 8th week they will be completely gone.

Eyelash extensions create a more youthful appearance and will take years off your face.

Eyelash Extensions in Oakville
They will undeniably keep you looking bright-eyed and fresh from morning to night. However, it is important to understand that results will vary from client to client as the application of eyelash extensions first requires a platform of existing natural eyelashes to work off. Clients must be realistic in their expectations of the final result and confident in understanding that even a client with the sparsest of natural lashes will still have amazing results.

Eyelash extensions are truly a girl’s best friend! Therefore, to make them last as long as possible, it is advised to wash them gently using a sensitive face wash, or baby shampoo, and to brush them with a clean mascara wand to keep them neat and tidy.

It is also recommended that to keep a “full” look, you will need to have in fills approximately every 2- 3 weeks.

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