FAQ's

Frequently asked questions

Will lash extensions cause my natural lashes to fall out?


In short...no. It is, however, possible to lose your natural lashes if you do not maintain your extensions properly. Proper application your tech and proper aftercare by you is key to maintaining the integrity of your natural lashes. question go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.




How long will a full set application take?


It will take Ronni anywhere from 2 to 3 hours to apply a full set of lashes. This process can be tedious but the time will fly by and it is definitely worth it! Most clients end up taking a nap during their service and wake up feeling refreshed and feeling more beautiful with their new lashes.




What is the cost of eyelash extensions?


The price of eyelash extensions will vary depending on your location and your chosen technician. On average, prices usually start around $200. Refill fees will vary by technician as well. Some will charge per lash and others will charge by time or a flat fee. Be leery of "too good to be true" prices, as is true of anything. If the price is too low, there is usually a good reason for it. When in doubt, always remember, you get what you pay for.




How long can eyelash extensions last?


A full set of lashes can last 4 to 6 weeks however, this is not a "one & done" service. It does require some upkeep which means you will need to return every 2 to 4 weeks for a refill (if necessary.) Some clients' lashes can last longer between refills depending on lifestyle, skin type, etc.




How many extensions are applied for a full set?


This depends on the number of natural lashes you have. If you have 60 lashes on each eye, then 60 extensions will be added to each eye. I can only apply lashes to the natural lashes you have.




I do not have natural lashes, am I a candidate for lash extensions?


No. Ronni can only apply extensions to a natural lash. Lashes are never to be applied to skin, only natural healthy lashes.




How do I choose an eyelash stylist?


I suggest you do your research. Always request your potential tech to show you a certificate. Eyelash techs must undergo some sort of formal training to be certified and they should be actively continuing their lash education, whether on their own or with an accredited program. Never be afraid to ask to see their work. Whether they have been doing extensions for 10 years and hundreds of photos or if they just started and only have a handful or photos, ask to see them. Also, don't be afraid to inquire if they stylist carries liability insurance. Not all eyelash extension techs will carry this, especially if they are just starting out but it is a nice added touch and provides a little extra security for both parties.




How can I make sure my lashes last long?


Ronni will go over aftercare details with you in detail before you leave. Things such as using oil based products on your lashes will certainly decrease the life of your set. Also, constantly rubbing or picking at your lashes will cause them to loosen and eventually fall out earlier than their time. Keep lashes clean of makeup, sweat, oil and other things that can build up on the lash line. Avoid applying anything directly to the lashes such as oils, face creams and makeup to name a few. These are just a few things you can do to increase the life of your lashes however, keep in mind that lashes will continue to shed as they normally would and if your lash cycle is a fast one, there is nothing you can do to avoid that.




Am I candidate for lash extensions?


Eyelash extensions are a great enhancement that mostly anyone can enjoy but there are a few exceptions that may make them unsuitable for you. Do you...

  • Have seasonal allergies?
  • Have sensitive eyes and/or skin?
  • Suffer from any back problems that may prevent you from being able to lay still comfortably for the duration of your appointment?
  • Have severe anxiety and/or experience uncontrollable fidgeting?
  • Have “twitchy”, fluttering eyes?
  • Rub your eyes often?
  • Have a fear of things touching your eyes?
  • Have a medical condition that has caused your eyelashes to thin or fall out?
  • Suffer from sensitivity to light or have epilepsy?
  • Had a reaction in the past to eyelash extensions?
If you answered 'yes' to one or some of these, you may not be a good candidate for eyelash extensions. If you are unsure, please consult with Ronni.




What are the available types of lashes and how do they differ?


There are three main types of lash extensions:

  • ​MINK eyelashes look more natural and are extremely lightweight. They are more matte than silk lashes. The Mink is aquired by carefully brushing and collecting the hair. The only downsides to mink lashes are that they may lose their curl as time passes (a heated lash curler can remedy this) and if you are allergic to animal hair, you may experience an allergic reaction to the mink hair.
  • SILK lashes are thicker at the bottom and thinner at the top. These are the mid-weight type of lash extensions, and are finer and more flexible than the synthetic type. Because they are softer and more porous, they tend to hold on slightly longer than the synthetic ones. They are made to look more glossy and full. With these types of lashes, you can sleep with them, swim, sunbathe and play sports. These lashes require very little maintenance and allow you to continue with your daily activities without worrying about them falling out. Lashes done by a professional can last anywhere from 3-6 weeks, depending on the life cycle of your natural lashes. If you are looking for the mascara look with glossy, long eyelashes - silk eyelashes are the way to go.
  • SYNTHETIC lashes are made from a polished, acrylic material and are the firmest/sturdiest of all. In appearance, they are a little shinier or glossier than the mink or synthetic, and when applied quite thickly, more dramatic. While they come in a wide variety of thicknesses and curls, and can be applied to look very natural, these are most popular with ladies wanting a more dramatic and made-up look. They hold their curl extremely well due to their firmness. Some people don’t find them as ‘soft’ or ‘natural’ looking as silk or mink eyelash extensions




What are eyelash extensions?


An eyelash extension is a single strand, semipermanent false eyelash that is individually attached, one eyelash extension at a time, to each natural eyelash. Eyelash extensions enhance the appearance of the eyelash line and enrich both eyelash length and thickness. No matter what your natural lashes look like, we can always enhance what you naturally have. Eyelash extensions are made of either synthetic material, real silk fibers, or real mink fur. The synthetic material, polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), is a thermoplastic engineering polymer that is mechanically strong and heat resistant up to 302 degrees Fahrenheit. Synthetic eyelash extensions come in two types: faux mink or synthetic silk. Lashed by Ronni carries synthetic lashes only - no real animal products.




What are the different lash curl types & lengths & which is best for me?


In the lash industry, the different curl types are identified by letter. There is J, B, C, D, L, L+ and U curls. How we determine which curl is best for you will depend on a few things specific to each client; eye shape, desired volume or thickness and most importantly, the health of your natural lash.




What is the difference between "silk" & "mink" eyelash extensions?


Silk lashes are thicker at the bottom and thinner at the top. These are the mid-weight type of lash extensions, and are finer and more flexible than the synthetic type. Because they are softer and more porous, they tend to hold on slightly longer than the synthetic ones. They are made to look more glossy and full. With these types of lashes, you can sleep with them, swim, sunbathe and play sports. These lashes require very little maintenance and allow you to continue with your daily activities without worrying about them falling out. Lashes done by a professional can last anywhere from 3-6 weeks, depending on the life cycle of your natural lashes. If you are looking for the mascara look with glossy, long eyelashes - silk eyelashes are the way to go. Mink eyelashes look more natural and are extremely lightweight. They are more matte than silk lashes. The Mink is acquired by carefully brushing and collecting the hair. The only downsides to mink lashes are that they may lose their curl as time passes (a heated lash curler can remedy this) and if you are allergic to animal hair, you may experience an allergic reaction to the mink hair. PLEASE NOTE I DO NOT USE REAL MINK IN MY SHOP, ONLY FAUX MINK.




What are lash refills?


Fills (or refills) are exactly that - intermittent appointments to fill in the lashes you've lost due to shedding and your natural lash growth cycle or to add more on top of the set you already have. Prices are based on time so the better you care for your lashes, the less time you'll need! Check out my care guide for tips. Also, make sure to come to your lash appointment without any eye makeup to maximize your appointment time.




Are you really open 24 hours like shown on Google.


Technically, no, I am not physically in the lash studio 24 hours everyday however appointments are available for you from 6 am - 11 pm. If you need an appointment earlier or later, feel free to reach out to me via phone or email to make arrangements. There are additional fees for appointments before 10 am and after 6 pm.





1310 W. Colonial Dr

Suite #12

Orlando, Fl. 32804

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