Yumi lash lift

UMILashes is the ideal way to enhance the natural beauty of eyelashes in a painless, safe and non-invasive way, without lash extensions or fake eyelashes, which now appear to be declining in popularity whilst demand rises for a more natural look.

Limited Time   $125   (Reg. $185)

This NEW KERATIN Lash treatment will lend a remarkable amount of length, thickness and uplift to your own eyelashes. All the clients who tried the YUMI LASHES treatment are delighted and renew on a regular basis.

This is NOT PERM eyelashes! YumiLashes technology uses new innovations based on the improvement of the natural structure of each cilium.

What Is A Lash Lift?

It’s an alternative to lash extensions and falsies for a curled lash effect. While some lash lifts use perm and ammonia solutions, YUMILashes is a keratin treatment that enhances your natural lashes by lifting the hairs and curling them.


Can You Customize The Shape And Lift?

The treatment has three shield size options, and the lash tech will evaluate your hair length and eye shape for the look that will best suit you.

How Should You Prepare?

Refrain from using waterproof mascara and an eyelash curler three days prior to your appointment to ensure the lashes are relaxed and dry to increase the chance of getting a good lash lift.

How Long Does The Process Take?

The intricate process takes about an hour, start to finish.

Is There Any Downtime?

Following the treatment, it is advised that you refrain from getting the lashes wet for 48 hours for the best results. During that time the formula is still active and your lift effect is still developing on the lashes.

How Long Do The Results Last And What Is The Upkeep?

The lash lift can potentially last 8 to 12 weeks.

How Far Apart Should You Space Your Appointments?

Because the process works best on healthy virgin lashes, the best time to repeat treatment every 8 weeks to allow the old lashes proper time to shed.

How Much Does It Cost?

YUMILashes costs $185 per treatment. Other, cheaper lash lifts might use perms and ammonia on the lashes, which could cause lash breakage at the very least. If you’ve found a brand that isn’t YUMILashes, do your research to ensure the formula is a safe and reliable option.