Lash Lift Guildford2023-01-09T16:35:48+00:00
Lash Lift and Tint Guildford

at Just Beauty Guildford

Lash Lift (also known as Lash Volume Lift – LVL) is a lifting technique designed to give you longer-looking lashes without the need for lash extensions.  It will look as if you have used a really good eyelash curler, only this lift lasts for 6-8 weeks.  Eyelashes are lifted and lengthened at the root using a specially designed serum. Lash Lift is an easy way to instantly brighten and open up the eyes and the eye area.

A tint is also applied to make your lashes more prominent (appearance of thicker darker lashes).  Tints are very popular with people who have pale blonde lashes or lighter lashes, but a tint can enhance ANY colour.  A tint is a brilliant way to obtain several weeks of dark, full lashes without needing mascara.  Please allow an hour for your Eyelash Lift and Tint treatment.


Is Lift & Tint similar to Lash Extensions?  No. Lash Lifts are completely different treatments, with different end results.  With a Lash Lift, no additional lashes are attached, your natural lashes are curled and tinted.  It will give you a lovely natural look with more defined and fuller-looking lashes because they are so uplifted. Justine is an expert at Eyelash Lift & Tint. Get your Lift & Tint at the Just Beauty salon in the centre of Guildford. Please get in touch for a friendly chat if you have any questions or need expert advice: 07710 935400


A patch test is required at least 48 hrs before your Lash Lift appointment. We use a specialised serum to help your eyelashes and a tint to colour them, so it a quick test to ensure your eye area likes the treatment is needed.


Please arrive with no eye makeup on.  Please also remove any contact lenses if you wear them. If you wear waterproof mascara on a regular basis please stop at least 2 days before treatment, as the chemicals in waterproof mascara are very drying.


After-care is pretty straightforward. Don’t get lashes wet or apply anything to them for 24 hours. Don’t use waterproof mascara if possible. Brush the lashes daily.. they will look great and deserve it! Use a lash conditioner to keep them in tip-top nourished condition.

Will this damage my eyelashes?2021-10-28T14:32:30+01:00

No …. if you follow all the advice on pre and post care.  The lifting solutions are only applied to the new growth area of the lashes, down towards the base and up a bit.  Never to the ends of the lashes.

Why can’t I wear waterproof mascara?2021-10-28T14:32:25+01:00

Waterproof mascaras have harsh chemicals in them which are extremely drying to your lashes.  Plus it takes a lot of rubbing and pulling the lashes to remove stubborn waterproof mascara.  This results in weakened lashes that are prone to breakage and over shedding.

My lashes point downwards, would this treatment be good for me?2021-10-28T14:32:20+01:00

Yes, yes and yes again!!  This would evenly disperse and lift your lashes.

I have Glaucoma, can I have a Lash Lift?2021-10-28T14:32:06+01:00

Yes, however, if in any doubt then please consult your Doctor.

I’ve recently had Blepharoplasty surgery, can I have a Lash Lift?2021-10-28T14:32:02+01:00

You are advised to wait at least 1 year from your surgery.  There can be increased sensitivity in the eye area for quite a while after the operation.  It would be wise to consult with your surgeon to be sure.

I’ve recently had laser eye surgery, can I have a Lash Lift?2021-10-28T14:31:58+01:00

Yes, but you are advised to wait at least 6 months.  It would be wise to consult with your surgeon to be sure.

Who should NOT have a Lash Lift?2021-10-28T14:31:55+01:00

A Lash Lift is not advised for the following conditions:

Chronic dry eye; conjunctivitis; damaged lashes or lashes with gaps (this treatment may make the gaps more noticeable); active eye infections of any kind; trichotillomania (habitual pulling out of lashes); recent chemotherapy treatments (you will need to wait at least a year from your last treatment and check with your Doctor).

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