Eyelash Lamination – Ultimate Guide

Hybrid Brow Tint – Key treasure

Curved, dark, and lush lashes are always trendy, but not everyone is naturally blessed with long, fluttery ones. One popular way to enhance their look is with a semi-permanent procedure called a lash lift.

A lash lift is a semi-permanent treatment that enhances your natural lashes for a fuller, lifted and  longer look. It uses chemicals to curl your natural lashes, and often includes a tint to darken them. The results of an eyelash lift usually last between 6-8 weeks, which matches the natural lash growth cycle. As your lashes shed naturally, the curl will gradually relax. You can schedule a repeat treatment after this period to maintain the enhanced look.

A lash lift typically lasts between 45 minutes to 1 hour. If you choose to add a tint, it will require an additional 15 minutes.

This procedure is straightforward and includes the following steps: Step 1 – Consultation and Cleansing. Before the treatment, consult with the technician to discuss allergies and select the desired curl type. Your eye area will be thoroughly cleaned to remove any makeup and oils that could affect the treatment. Step 2 – Applying Protective Pads.  Silicone pads are placed on your lower eyelids for protection. A Curl-shaped pad is placed to your upper eyelids to determine the curl's intensity. Keep your eyes closed throughout this process. Step 3 – Securing Lashes to the shaped pad. Your lashes are gently brushed upwards and glued onto the silicone pad. Step 4 – Applying Perming Solution. The perming solution is applied first to soften and straighten your lashes. The technician carefully brushes the solution onto your lashes and leaves it on for approximately 10-14 minutes. Step 5 – Setting the Curl. Once the perming solution is removed, a neutralizing solution is applied to set your lashes into the desired shape. This solution is also brushed onto your lashes and left on for about 10-12 minutes. Step 6 – Removing Chemicals and Pads. After the neutralizing solution is cleaned off, the silicone pads are gently removed. If you opt for tinting as well, the following steps are included: Step 7 – Tinting (Optional) A tint of your choice(grey, black, blue-black) is applied and left on for up to 10 minutes. The area is then cleaned, allowing you to open your eyes. Some salons may offer a nourishing treatment called lash lamination as an additional option.

It is a type of lash lamination, where the nourishing step is enriched with a wide variety of vitamins, proteins and microelements. Working as a filler inside your lashes it promotes lash strength and health, while nourishing & hydrating it. Your lashes look visibly thicker, fuller and more healthy than before.

No, an eyelash lift is a completely painless procedure. The only discomfort you may experience is lying still with your eyes closed for up to an hour.

After your lash treatment, avoid getting your lashes wet or wearing eye makeup, for the first 8 hours. Mostly we would refer it to Lash Lamination or Lash Botox treatments as we need time for nourishing step to work its magic.

Within some time your natural lashes will gradually return to their original shape and colour as they grow. You can repeat the treatment after 1,5-2 months when 80% of your lashes are renewed.

Lash lifts are generally safe, but there are possible side effects to consider:

  • Allergies: Some individuals may experience redness and blistering.It is very rare but if you are prone to any allergies  it's recommended to do a patch test beforehand.
  • Skin irritations: The delicate eyelid skin can be sensitive to the chemicals used.
  • Damage to lash hairs: Prolonged exposure to chemicals may cause lashes to become brittle or damaged.
  • Corneal damage: Harsh chemicals could potentially harm the cornea if they come into contact with the eyes. Keep your eyes closed throughout the procedure to avoid this risk.

At Candy eyes Beauty studio we offer a great variety to enhance your natural lashes: from traditional Lash Lift to Lash Botox and Sky- High Lashes everything to enjoy the beauty of your natural lashes!


Microneedling vs Microchanneling

Microneedling vs. Microchanneling in the Beauty Industry: Unraveling the Differences

Nowadays In the beauty industry, the terms “microneedling” and “microchanneling” are creating quite a buzz. As individuals increasingly seek innovative skincare solutions, understanding the nuances between these two procedures becomes imperative. This article delves into the intricacies of microneedling and microchanneling, highlighting the key disparities that set them apart.


Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, involves the use of fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries on the skin’s surface. This process stimulates the body’s natural healing response, triggering the production of collagen and elastin—the building blocks of healthy skin.


Procedure and Benefits 

Process Overview 

The microneedling process typically begins thorough cleanse of the skin following with a special serum application. A derma roller or a motorized pen-like device equipped with tiny needles is then used to make controlled punctures. These micro-injuries prompt the skin to regenerate, resulting in improved texture, tone, and a reduction in the appearance of scars and fine lines. A calming soothing sheet mask will be applied afterwards brining  even more nutrients  through still opened channels following by a moisturiser with SPF protection.

Advantages of Microneedling 
  • Collagen Boost: Microneedling promotes collagen synthesis, leading to firmer and more youthful-looking skin.
  • Versatility: Suitable for various skin types and concerns, microneedling addresses issues ranging from acne scars to enlarged pores.


Microchanneling, on the other hand, introduces a unique approach to skincare by employing a revolutionary device known as a microchanneling pen. Microchanneling is the next evolution of microneedling. It uses a silicone microchip to create microscopic channels for up to 97% serum penetration in the skin.


Procedure and Benefits 

Process Overview 

During a microchanneling session, the pen creates minuscule channels, allowing serums enriched with vitamins, peptides, and growth factors to penetrate deeply. This process enhances the absorption of these nourishing ingredients, promoting optimal skin rejuvenation.

Advantages of Microchannling
  • Enhanced Absorption: Microchanneling maximizes the absorption of skincare products, ensuring their effectiveness.
  • Reduced Downtime: Compared to some traditional skincare treatments, microchanneling normally doesn’t have any downtime.

Choosing the Right Procedure

Microchanneling, on the other hand, introduces a unique approach to skincare by employing a revolutionary device known as a microchanneling pen. Microchanneling is the next evolution of microneedling. It uses a silicone microchip to create microscopic channels for up to 97% serum penetration in the skin.


Skin Concerns 

Understanding your specific skincare needs is crucial in determining whether microneedling or microchanneling is the better fit. Microneedling may be preferable for those seeking overall skin rejuvenation, while microchanneling could be ideal for targeted concerns with enhanced product delivery.


Downtime Tolerance

Considering the downtime associated with each procedure is essential. While microneedling may involve a brief recovery period, microchanneling tends to have a shorter downtime to no downtime, making it a more convenient option for individuals with busy schedules.



As the beauty industry continues to innovate, both microneedling and microchanneling offer promising solutions for achieving radiant and healthy skin. Choosing between these procedures depends on individual preferences, skin concerns, and the desired level of downtime.


Hybrid Eyebrow tinting – all you need to know in Q and A

Hybrid Brow Tint – Key treasure

Hybrid brow tint is a truly wonderful treatment, it works magic for achieving both subtle, natural brows or bold effect . But the main benefit of hybrid brow tinting, compared to other tinting products, is its impressive long-lasting result.

A Hybrid tint is a brow dye with similar intense and long-lasting effects as Henna. It is highly pigmented, stains sparse eyebrows and suits most skin types. It can give a dramatic or natural look without any ammonia. It's for women who are after a tint that will last longer on both hairs and skin underneath than regular tint.

Aftercare may include avoiding water exposure for as long as possible, avoiding oil-based products on the eyebrows. Avoid sunbeds, saunas, steam rooms, swimming pools etc. Steer clear of makeup or cleansers on the brows for 24 hours. No scrubbing or exfoliating near brows for 24-72 hours after staining. The main recommendation is «Do not touch”

Yes, one of the benefits of hybrid brow tint is the ability to customize the colour and intensity on both  eyebrow hairs and skin.

There are a few things that will help lessen the risk of irritation and help prolong your tinting results.
Avoid any harsh exfoliating products (AHAs & BHAs) or retinol 3 days prior to your appointment. This will ensure your skin isn’t irritated by the hybrid dye for eyebrows and will also lessen the chances of an allergic reaction. Same rule applies for fake tanners. At least 1 week prior avoid getting skin resurfacing facials like chemical peels or microneedling. Otherwise your skin will be much more sensitive and prone to any reactions. A gentle exfoliation is recommended since it helps remove dead skin cells and allows the hybrid tint to really take to the skin. You can avoid using any oils or skincare products around the brow area for 24 hours before your appointment. Keep your brows with no makeup products right before your appointment if possible.

The frequency depends on personal preference and how quickly the tint fades. It lasts up to 10 days on the skin and up to 7 weeks on the hairs However, If your brows are pretty patchy or hairs are quite spars the stain on the skin wont last as long. Same if you have oily skin type. It's the only tint of its kind giving you the same long lasting effect as Henna. Many people opt for touch-ups every 2-4 weeks to maintain a consistent colour.

Hybrid brow tinting is considered safe. Hybrid eyebrow dye is specifically made to be used around the eye area and is safe for most skin types. Hybrid dye is ammonia-free, it goes more gentle on the hairs. It is pretty rare to get any allergy reaction after hybrid tinting, however some temporary redness or skin irritation may happen, that can be alleviated with a cool damp compress. If in cases it doesn’t go away within the first 24 hours, seek medical advice.