Lash Lifts

Keratin Lash Lift

This innovative, non-damaging treatment lifts and curls the natural lashes whilst infusing them with keratin and biotin for strength. The lift normally lasts 6-8 weeks, sometimes up to 10 – this depends on your skin type. As your lash cycle progresses, the lift grows out/drops gradually over a couple of months.
Kiwi’s lash lift is the perfect low maintenance pick-me-up – infills are not required, as only your natural lashes are used. It’s best paired with a tint for extra darkness, as your lashes will appear even longer!


Lash Lifts Before & After
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Lash Lifts Prices
Lash Lift + Tint

Keratin Lash Lift with Tinting service

Lash Lift

Keratin Lash Lift treatment

FAQ's about Lash Lifts

It’s best that you wait 6-8 weeks so that the lashes are smooth enough to allow for correct bonding. On very lifted/kinked lashes, it can be difficult to get them to bond well/last properly.

If your lash lift is a very gentle curl or has dropped significantly, then it should be fine to proceed.

Firstly, we must point out that the contraceptive pill will not alter your hormones enough to cause adverse effects on the a lash lift, so please disregard this info if you’re on the pill – lash lifting is fine! The hormone-altering medicine we’re talking about above is specifically Thyroid medicine, Roaccutane/ skin medicine and similar.
As all hairs are hugely effected by hormone changes in the body, so are your lashes! When a client is taking hormone medicine listed above, it very often will cause inconsistent results in the lash lift. It’s impossible to how the medicine will affect the lash, and more often than not it will mean lashes either do not lift at all, or can become over-processed even by using the manufacturers guideline timings for processing.  For this reason we do strongly suggest avoiding a lash lift during this kind of treatment, as we can’t guarantee you’ll get a good result (and we always want to see good results!) though an excellent option if you’re undergoing hormone treatment is a lite set of lashes, or even simply a lash tint.
As per the manufacturer guidelines, we suggest not during the first trimester. Lash lifting is a very low-risk procedure, though it has not been tested thoroughly during the first trimester of pregnancy.  Beyond 13 weeks, lash lifting is absolutely fine! The solution has been tested and proven to be fine during pregnancy – though the only consideration is that during pregnancy, hormones often alter your hair structure and this can cause potential issues with lash lifting. We have many pregnant lash lift clients, though it’s important that you let your stylist know you’re expecting so we can alter processing times in consideration of this.

Unfortunately, lash lifting and extensions do not mix well. It’s all about the roots of your lashes and their level/angle of lift. In a lash lift, your lash stylist applies several solutions to lift the lash from the roots – the angle this creates in the lash roots means that lash extensions cannot bond properly. Basically, we can try to apply extensions, but they will likely fall off in a day!

We recommend waiting at least eight weeks after a lash lift to book in for extensions, depending on your lash cycle. If you’re unsure whether your lashes have dropped sufficiently, feel free to send us a photo on  09-600 2807 our receptionists will be happy to assess the angle of your natural lashes.

The success of a lash lift depends on the health and length of your natural eyelashes. The philosophy behind this treatment is a natural look, as your lash stylist will be working with your natural lashes only. If you have naturally straight, long lashes then the lash lift will produce more of a dramatic effect – if your lashes are on the shorter or weaker side, your lash stylist can still work with them to create a gorgeous natural look. If you’re looking for a more voluminous lash look, we’d recommend checking out our wide range of lash extensions.

Many lashes are actually a little longer than they look, with blonde tips especially common in redheads and blondes. A tint picks up any lighter strands and darkens them, bringing out the length in your lashes to maximise the effectiveness of a lash lift. If you’re wanting to make a bigger impact, a tint is definitely the way to go!

We always recommend to book in a tint, just in case – your lash stylist can assess your lashes in your appointment and advise you about what would work best with your lashes. If a tint isn’t necessary, we can just change up the booking.

The short answer: approximately six to eight weeks. 

The long (better!) answer: The longevity of your lash lift depends on two factors: your aftercare and your natural lash cycle. For the lash lift to set properly, you must keep your lashes completely dry for twenty-four hours after your appointment – this will make sure that your lashes lash as long as possible! After this, you can maintain your lift by avoiding oily products and regularly brushing your lashes upwards.

Everyone’s lash regrowth cycle is a little different, with some lash lifts growing out in as little as four weeks and some lasting for the full eight. You can usually get a sense of your lash cycle after a couple of lash lift appointments, and finetune the time period works best for you. Coming in too early for your second lift may risk damaging your natural lashes – so it’s best to contact our reception on 09-600 2807 if you’re unsure.

At Kiwi Lash n Brow, we recommend waiting ten to twelve weeks before re-booking a lash lift, to maintain a healthy, fabulous lash look.

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