Eyelash Extensions

The Best Eyelash Extensions In Milwaukee

Eyelash Extensions

The Best Eyelash Extensions In Milwaukee

COST oF Eyelash Extensions*

Natural Extensions (3d volume) – $120.00

3D Fill- $82.00

Light volume (4d volume)- $144.00

4D Fill- $92.00

Volume $164 & Mega Volume $205.00

*I do not work on previous  work 


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What are EYELASH extensions?

Eyelash extensions are semi-permanent fibers that attach to your natural eyelashes in order make them look longer, fuller, and darker. There is a variety of materials studios use for lash extension including synthetic or silk fibers. You can get an individual one attached per each of your own lashes with the help from semi-permanent glue and techniques used by professionals like us at MP Cosmetic Beauty.

Lash artists use three different types of eyelash extensions: mink, silk and synthetic. Some studios also carry “faux-mink” lash extensions that are technically just a type of synthetic lashes that mimic the look like fur from an animal such as a cat.

Most lash extension specialists have their preference for which kind they prefer to apply in your eyes but won’t always ask if you have any preferences yourself so be sure to specify beforehand if you’re vegan or allergic to animals because many stylists will not allow these materials on those who request it!

We at MP Cosmetic Beauty use silk eyelashes. We pride ourselves in using top of the line products all the way through the process.

Who is eyelash extensions not for?

It is suggested that if you are an “eye-rubber” due to allergies such as hay fever or rubbing your eyes is a habit, it may not be possible for you to wear extensions. If you have itchiness around your eye area, or experience seasonal allergies that make them runny and itchy, then the use of extensions may not be for you. The hair can catch on to such irritants which could lead to premature lash loss if left untreated. If latex is an allergy trigger for yourself as well was acrylic nails then lashes are also a no-go option because they contain these allergens too. (ASK IF WE HAVE A SOLUTIUON TO THIS).



Our technicians apply patches to the undereye area, help hold down your bottom lashes. Then we use tweezers and isolate one of them, before applying a primer on top with small extensions made out of two pairs of tweezers-handling tools dipped in glue at each end that attach these tiny hairs onto your own natural ones for instant length and volume! The whole process is completed while eyes stay closed.

Because the application process is so meticulous, getting a full set of can take 2 hours. Most clients use the time to nap. Fills take considerably less time around 1 to 1.5 hours.

A pro tip from Monika is to avoid caffeine especially if you have to stay still and keep your eyes closed. Coffee, energy drinks, and caffeine of any kind will only amplify the jitters. So do your best to avoid them the day of your appointment.

Are there any risks to eyelash extenions?

The procedure does have some risks to consider including allergy from common allergens like latex and formaldehyde (which may be found in adhesive) s. And if you’re allergic to cats then mink hair might cause irritation such as itchiness, redness, or dry skin according to the esthetician’s glue type before your appointment starts.

Be 100% certain of any allergies before making an appointment with a specialist who can help identify what types of lashes would work best for both your needs and budget range.




Your lash artist needs a completely clean canvas to work with, which means no mascara, concealer, or makeup of any kind around the eye area. Expedite the process (and do your esthetician a favor) by arriving without anything on!


  • Again please arrive makeup free so we can get right to work
  • Skip caffeine due to the fact that you will have to be still for 2 hours or more.
  • Come cozy so that you can lay down and relax while we work on your beautifull face.
  • Please use the restroom before coming in and avoid drinking liquids at least one hour before we start.
  • You might want to bring a picture for inspiration so that we can match the look you are looking for.
  • Make a playlist of songs or listen bring a podcast to listen to in case you get bored. You can either wear your headphones or let us know if you want to use your speaker.
  • Retinol increases sensitivity for some, especially in an area as delicate as the eyes. This is why it’s important to stop using all retinols and other treatments a few days before your appointment. Talk with your dermatologist if you have concerns about sensitivities!
  • Make sure you remove your contact lenses before the procedure!


  • Do not get your extensions wet or steam them for the first 48 hours.
  • Don’t use any oil-based products while you have lash extensions. This includes makeup removers, cleansers, facial oils and oil serum hybrids as the oils all cause glue to dissolve.
  • Don’t stand under the showerhead for too long as the weight of the water can cause premature breakages.
  • Sleep on your side. That’s right, stomach sleepers. Your eyelashes are likely being pressed into your pillowcase which will expedite fallout and breakage!
  • Avoid rubbing your eyes or touching your extensions.
  • Don’t use an eyelash curler. If they are starting to use their curl, use a heated eyelash curler to gently lift them.
  • We do not recommend putting makeup on the eyes, as all makeup contains oils and oils break the bond between the glue and the lash extension.

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