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Best Lash Salon in the Inland Empire | Artisan Salons

Looking for the best lash salon in Temecula and Murrieta? Look no further than The Beauty Artisan & Co and The Artisan Parlor, where you will find the best lash techs in the area. Their team of Master Lash Technicians and Lash Training Programs set the standard for eyelash extensions in Southern California.

Before you book your appointment, there are some essential things you should know to ensure that you receive the best possible care and that your extensions last as long as possible.

Firstly, it is important to understand that there are risks associated with any cosmetic procedure. However, by following some guidelines, you can minimize the chance of complications. Most complications from eyelash extensions result from a skin reaction or allergy to the chemicals used in the glue adhesive, as well as bacterial infections caused by unsanitary conditions.

To avoid these risks, always have a professional, certified cosmetologist or aesthetician attach your eyelash extensions in a clean environment. In the state of California, it is illegal for anyone who does not hold a cosmetology or esthetician license to provide this service. Always ask for a list of the ingredients used in the adhesive and make sure your clinician uses surgical glue, not nail glue. Also, ensure that your clinician washes their hands, sterilise their equipment, and provides clean towels or bedding for you to rest on. If you have sensitive skin or allergies to makeup products, ask to have a patch test done on your arm a few days before the procedure.

It's also essential to prepare for your appointment correctly. Avoid using strip lashes for 48 hours before your lash appointment, and come with a clean face free of any makeup and no face moisturizer around the eyes. Remove contact lenses before the service and avoid caffeine to reduce the chances of any twitching or movement of the eyes.

Certain conditions may prevent you from getting eyelash extensions, including eye infections, inflammations, dermatitis, styes, recent surgeries, hypersensitive skin/eyes, cancer or ongoing chemotherapy, head lice, dry or damaged skin around the eyelid/eyebrow area, and pregnancy (at your own discretion).

After your lash appointment, please avoid getting your lashes wet for at least 24 hours. Do not rub or touch your eyes, and cleanse your lashes with the indicated lash soap provided by your lash artist. This should be done every morning and night, after sweating, and after crying. Avoid using oil-based products (makeup, creams, sunscreens) around the eyes, and do not sleep on your face. Avoid steam and high heat, such as dishwasher steam or heat while cooking or baking, as these bursts of high heat have been known to single lashes.

Finally, it's recommended to get lash fills done every two-to-three weeks. By this time, the new lashes which were too short to apply extensions to when you last had your lashes done will now be a healthy lash. Since everyone's eyelashes and eyelash goals are different and therefore require different levels and kinds of regular maintenance, having a strong and open sense of communication with your lash technician is key.

In summary, eyelash extensions can enhance your natural lashes and give you a beautiful, dramatic look. However, it's essential to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety and that your lashes last as long as possible. The Beauty Artisan & Co and The Artisan Parlor's team of experts are dedicated to providing you with the best possible care and ensuring that you leave with beautiful, long-lasting lashes. Book your appointment today and get ready to be amazed!

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