Endless Lashes FAQ's:At Endless lashes we create a wide range of lashes and perfect for makeup gurus or simply anyone looking to have naturally beautiful looking lashes.
What are the Endless lashes made of?
Our lashes are made of premium mink hair and are 100% cruelty free. The mink lashes are 6 dimensional and are double layered and handcrafted to perfection.
What makes us different to the other lash brands on the market?
At Endless Extensions we use only the highest quality materials.
We offer high quality lashes that compliment all eye shapes and Glamorous, Sassy, Classic and Lustrous collections that range different styles depending on the look you are after.
Can I get my lashes wet?
Endless lashes are handmade from 100% mink hair. We don’t recommend getting your lashes we or going under water with them because it will ruin the curl and shape of them.
Can I apply mascara onto my lashes?
Applying mascara to your false lashes is optional because adding mascara to your lashes will give you more of a dramatic effect but will also cause a build up which will also reduce their life span.
Will the lashes harm my own lashes?
No, Endless lashes will not harm your natural lashes if applied correctly with the right adhesive and removed safely and gently.
What types of lash styles do Endless stock?
The type of lash style does depend on what lash appearance you’re trying to achieve. We have a Glamorous, Sassy, Classic and Lustrous collection, which you will find dramatic, dense, wispy, day to night and range of natural lashes.
How many times can you reuse a pair of Endless lashes?
Endless Lashes are individually handcrafted and made to last through multiple wears. You can generally get around 15-20 uses on average. But if well maintained, lashes will last you 30+ uses.
*Tip: whenever you take your lashes off remember to gently remove the adhesive from your false lashes with a oil-free makeup remover or baby oil and then store them back in their tray to maintain their natural shape.
What is the best removal for the lash adhesive?
Make-up remover or baby oil on a cotton tip is the best way to remove residual adhesive off your eyelids.