Lash Perfect Individual Lashes Review – Lash & Brow Bar Experience *

If you’ve been following my posts recently you will no that I went to the VIP launch & opening evening of the Lash & Brow Bar, you can see my post all about the event and evening here. On the night of the launch I was given a goodie bag which included a £5 off gift voucher and if booked on the night all treatments were 50% off, amazing! I couldn’t resist.. So I booked my self in with Tammy Naylor the owner of the Lash & Brow Bar for Lash Perfect Lash extensions. So this post is my view on how my appointment went, my expectations and thoughts on my new Lash Perfect lashes.

img_9844I’ve had lash extensions in the past with mixed feelings on whether to get them done again. I’ve had some I’ve liked and some not so much. I find that in the past the lashes I have had have always been very long and flared with no option for a smaller more natural but fuller looking result, I also had the problem of them being itchy and irritable. I personally feel that having a shorter fuller lash looks more natural, this is something that my-self and Tammy discussed during my consultation before the appointment began. Tammy agreed and suggested I have a mixture of mainly shorter lashes with some slightly longer and C curl lash.

My appointment began by filling out a detailed consultation form to check the usual patch test was ok and no allergies etc. The appointment lasted around a hour and a half and I was comfortable the whole way through. To my amazement after pervious appointments of having watery eyes during the application and having my lashes stuck together slightly at the end, I had no watering and no sticky ness. Wednesday 19th was my initial appointment and have only lost a couple of lashes. Tammy gave me great after care instructions, tips and gave me a spoolie wand (mascara brush) to take home so that I can brush and tease my lashes to stop them crossing over.

If your someone who is low maintenance I would say the individual lash extensions may not be for you as they do take quite a bit of maintenance. For example – You need to brush your lashes at least twice a day, avoid rubbing them and avoid using oily products/face wipes and makeup removers because the oily products dissolve the bonding agent used on your extensions, causing them to fall out sooner. So using water based products is a must.

On the other hand I do think they could be great for some one who wears very minimal or no make up. They give you that effortless but beautifully full look and can be a natural looking lash that can lash anything between 6-12 weeks depending on your lash cycle and infill’s every 2-3 weeks. Despite them being high maintenance it really doesn’t take long to get to grips with after care regime and I think the results are totally worth it!

Below is before and after picture of my Lash Perfect Lash extensions, lashes by Lash & Brow Bar –


I would highly recommend the Lash & Brow Bar for any lash and brow needs I’ve got a long list of things I want to try next.
They cover everything from HD Brows, Russian Lashes, Lash lift’s and all nail needs and even offer treatments for all you men out there too – Mens grooming; Eyebrow shaping from £8, Nostrils £8, Facial from £8 the list goes on. If your living in the North Devon area they are a extremely beautiful high end looking salon offering amazing treatments and provide you with lovely refreshments on arrival, Prosecco/Tea/Coffee etc.


Below is the price list for those of you that are interested in booking a appointment with Tammy Naylor or the lovely girls that work at the Lash & Brow Bar.

img_0100For all new clients booking in to the salon you will receive £5 off your first treatment. This is for a limited time only so don’t miss out, get those appointments in.

You can find them on –
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I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post, let me no your thoughts in the comment box below, or if you’ve had lashes before I’d love to no your thoughts.

This is a sponsored post and I have given my genuine and honest opinion.
* This post contains PR samples

Photo credits – Gabrielle Antonia

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