iappeal Lash Lift

 Treatment Cost €50 including Eyelash Tint

Treatment Duration 60mins

iappeal is a revolutionary professional eyelash lift and shape system. It lifts, shapes and can even straighten over curled lashes.

iappeal  utilises the latest technology by replacing fiddly, sticky rollers with silicone pads, producing far superior results. As well as being easy to administer, iappeal has the added benefit of a pleasant fragrance.

By lifting and therefore enhancing the natural lashes, i-appeal   gives definition to the eyes and face!

The Benefits of iappeal:

•Enhances the lashes by lifting from the root.
•Lashes can be straightened or curled, with no risk of over curling!
•There is no longer a need for mascara or eyelash curlers!
•It opens up the eyes, as well as creating the illusion of length.
•Suitable for short and long lashes.
•Fun and easy to use.
•Results can last for up to 6 weeks!
•Perfect results every time!


•As oxidation occurs for 18 hours following the treatment, it is important that the client carries out the aftercare as advised by you.
•Inform the client that she should;
•Avoid wearing eye make-up or getting her lashes wet for 24 hours.
•Avoid rubbing her lashes.
•Not to sleep on her lashes.
•No sunbeds or tanning for 24 hours.
If you have any of the following conditions the treatment cannot be performed
•Conjunctivitis –An inflammation of the Conjunctiva. The symptoms include redness swelling of the conjunctiva, excess tearing of the eyes and gummy eyelids in the morning.
•Sty’s – An infection of the Zeis glands which appears as a raised, inflamed lesion in the lash line.
•Fragile Lashes – The treatment may frazzle or snap fragile eyelashes.
•Blepharitis – An inflammation of the eyelids, particularly at the lid margins. Blepharitis is a common disorder and may be associated with a low-grade bacterial infection.
•Watery eyes – The end result of the treatment may be affected if the client has watery eyes.
•Claustrophobia- The bottom eyelashes are taped to ensure they do not accidentally curl upwards, meaning that clients who suffer from claustrophobia may feel very restricted.
Other contra-indications include skin infections, impetigo, herpes simplex, ringworm, severe bruising and recent eye surgery.
•Contra-actions include erythema to the eye area, swelling or itching – If the symptoms persist, the client should seek medical help.
Every client should have a consultation and patch test. Even existing clients should have a patch test every 6 months, as our skin and allergies can change.