Go all a flutter with LVL Lashes

LVL Lashes

Fed up with torturing poker-straight pale lashes with curlers? Hacked off with mascara that clogs and runs?

If you’re a less-is-more kinda gal you don’t want to be wearing falsies for the school run. But how else are you going to achieve some sassy lashes to frame your peepers?

Well, the answer to your prayers has just arrived at Benessere. LVL Lashes.

What are LVL Lashes?

LVL is a ground breaking new technique designed to give you longer looking luscious lashes without the need for lash extensions. The treatment lasts about 6 weeks.

The LVL stands for Length, Volume, Lift, in case you were wondering.

This new technique is perfect if you hanker for natural lash enhancements but don’t fancy extensions. You’ll have beautifully lifted, lengthened and voluminous eyelashes in under an hour. Natural looking lashes that flutter better.

LVL Lashes Before & After

Is the LVL Lashes treatment painful?

Happily this is not one of those treatments that you have to suffer for in the name of beauty. Benessere beauty therapist Sophie explains, “most of our clients find LVL treatments extremely relaxing. They close their eyes throughout the treatment and chill out.”

Can I still have extensions for that red-carpet look?

Absolutely. You can have lash extensions added to your LVL Lashes if you want to add some va va voom for a night out.

In fact, LVL treatments are particularly good for people who want lash extensions, but have downward-pointing lashes. Did you know that lash extensions can cause downward-pointing lashes to lower even further? With LVL they can get the essential lift they need before the extensions are added.

Don’t forget though – you must wait 48 hours after an LVL treatment before having lash extensions applied.

Are LVL Lashes for everyone?

“Although LVL is great for many people, it’s not suitable for everyone.” says Sophie. “If you’ve experienced an allergic reaction to the patch test or have excessively brittle or fine eyelashes LVL is not for you. Why not ask about them next time you’re in the salon and I can advise you.”