General

We take a deposit simply to guarantee your appointment time and will use it entirely toward the cost of your procedure. This means that as long as you don’t miss or cancel your appointment with less than 48 hours, you’ll only need to pay for the balance of your procedure at your appointment.

Sorry, no. We require a deposit to guarantee your appointment time.

Yes! We processes your credit card using Stripe, a secure payment processing system. Your data is not stored on our website.

We get it, life happens!

If you need to cancel your appointment please do so 48 hours before your scheduled appointment time to give us an opportunity to book another client and avoid a cancellation fee.

  • Clients cancelling appointments within 24 hours of their appointment time will be charged 50% of the appointment value.
  • Clients cancelling appointments within 8 hours (or no shows) of their appointment time will be charged 100% of the appointment value, as we are rarely able to fill the spot with such short notice.
  • If you’re 20 minutes or more late to your appointment, we cannot guarantee full satisfaction of your results. Therefore, clients arriving 20 minutes late will be rescheduled and charged the full 100% of the appointment value.

As lash extension professionals, we get a lot of questions from clients about post-appointment experiences with swollen, itchy, red, dry or watery eyes. Naturally, our focus is always on prevention and we work tirelessly to ensure that clients don’t experience any of these reactions. However, everyone is different and, though they are generally minor, post-appointment risks do exist.

With this in mind, we want to empower each of our clients by helping them to understand irritations and allergic reactions that can occur following lash service. Our goal here is simply to provide our clients with information they might find useful. We encourage you to contact us if you experience any adverse effects following your service at Mira’s Eyelashes, so we can help you relieve them and work to tailor your next service to avoid them.

Let’s look at some IRRITATIONS that can occur as a result of your lash service! 

Redness or Dry Eyes

We’ve all experienced redness and dry eyes at one time or another so this will be familiar: partially or fully bloodshot eyes accompanied by a scratchy sensation. These symptoms usually disappear within 12-24 hours. They typically occur if you’re unable to keep your eyes closed throughout the service, drying out your eyes and exposing them to adhesive fumes. We work to prevent this by positioning gel eyepads in a way that allows you to close your eyes naturally. You can help us letting us know if you’re finding it challenging to close your eyes completely. If we’re chatting throughout your service, it’s also helpful if you remain aware of keeping your eyes closed as we naturally tend to allow our eyes to flutter open when we’re engaged in conversation

Watering Eyes

Watering eyes typically occur during application and can be accompanied by a stinging sensation. Your lash technician will keep an eye out for watering eyes and will readjust eye pads accordingly to stop this from happening. However, if you experience stinging during your service, please let your lash technician know. If your eyes continue to water throughout the service, you might experience red or dry eyes in the 24 hours following your service.

Corneal Abrasion

Clients who experience a corneal abrasion following a lash extension service will have visibly ruptured blood vessels along the bottom of the eye and, in some cases, the entire eye. This is typically not painful but it can be accompanied by dry eyes. In some cases, a scratchy feeling and sensitivity to light may accompany these ruptured vessels.

While bloodshot eyes can be visually alarming, it’s important to remember that this is an irritation and you should experience some relief within 72 hours with blood vessels fully healing within 1-2 weeks.

While uncommon, we work to prevent these types of irritations and you might find that your lash technician will readjust the placement of eye pads during your service if they notice your eyes watering. That being said, if you experience burning or any other discomfort during your service please flag it with your technician so they can take the appropriate steps to prevent further irritation.

Now, let’s look at ALLERGIC REACTIONS!

What is an allergic reaction?

Our immune systems do a lot of heavy lifting, protecting us from a wide range of pathogens and foreign substances in our environment. On occasion, they get a little confused and interpret a foreign substance as being harmful triggering an allergic reaction. In many cases, these substances aren’t harmful but the reactions they cause can be uncomfortable. Due to the nature of your lash service, it’s possible that you could experience an allergic reaction ranging from mild to severe and lasting anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. If you are prone to allergic reactions or have sensitive skin, please let us know when you book your appointment so we can plan to conduct a patch test.

What causes allergic reactions?

In case you missed it, we’ll take this opportunity to reiterate that everyone is different! Naturally, different factors cause allergic reactions in different people. Some people are more prone to allergic reactions than others and some become more prone to them as they age. Hormones are another common factor and some people might find they become more prone to allergic reactions with hormone changes due to pregnancy or even their monthly cycle.

Swollen Eyes

One of the common symptoms of an allergic reaction is swollen or puffy eyes. Your lash technician will be on the lookout for this during your service but it can often rear its ugly head after you’ve already left. Typically, allergic reactions subside within 72 hours but please get in touch with us if you experience this type of reaction and we can discuss the best course of action. If the swelling is severe or lasts more than 72 hours, you might want to consult a medical professional.

Itchy Eyes

If you suffer from seasonal or environmental allergies, you know that itchy eyes go hand in hand with puffiness! Again, this is a sign of an allergic reaction. We know it’s uncomfortable but the best thing you can do if this happens is to avoid rubbing your eyes. Yes, it feels good in the moment but it actually enhances the itching sensation causing you to rub more and exacerbating swelling. So, please resist rubbing your eyes!

As we’ve mentioned, your lash technician will be on the lookout for these symptoms throughout your service. We simply ask that you inform them if you experience any other discomfort.

It is important to note that we are not medical professionals and we cannot offer a true diagnosis. This list was written simply to help you identify some of the symptoms you might experience. If you are concerned about an irritation or reaction you experience following your lash service, please consult a medical professional and do not hesitate to get in touch with Mira’s Eyelashes.

Please don’t! Mira’s Eyelashes is a small studio without a dedicated waiting area and it’s important for us to focus in order to give all our clients the best lashes and brows possible. We also strive to create a relaxing experience for all our clients. As such, we ask that you do not bring children, pets, significant others, or friends to your appointment. Just think of your appointment as a little bit of you time!

Eyelash Extensions

Well, that’s up to you! Our applications range from natural-looking to voluminous and glam. Regardless of the application you choose, we’ll meticulously apply extensions to each of your natural lashes to give you a gorgeous fan of lashes.

Not at all! We apply extensions to each of your natural eyelashes (without touching the skin) with a specially designed bonding agent developed exclusively for eyelash extensions. This technique is not harmful to your natural eyelashes. The adhesive dries very soft on lashes, allowing flexibility and comfort.

We use a special waterproof bonding agent to apply extensions directly onto each of your individual lashes, not to your skin. The long-lasting glue is hypoallergenic and formaldehyde free, so it is safe and comfortable.

Just one thing: try your best to arrive without any eye makeup on—do not curl your lashes or wear mascara the day of your appointment. This will minimize the clean up time and give us more time to apply your extensions.

On the average person, a full set of Mira’s Eyelashes will ‘look good’ for approximately 3-4 weeks before requiring a refill. If you don’t come in for a refill at this time, they will continue to shed and completely fall out by 6-8 weeks. Some experience a much better retention rate but this depends on the texture, strength of the natural lash and the life style.

Yes! Eyelash Extensions will give you the freedom of looking beautiful without the fuss of mascara or eyelash curlers.

Mira’s Eyelashes extensions are applied to your natural eyelashes using a gentle, hypoallergenic adhesive and do not touch the skin. The application process is pain-free, relaxing, and will not cause damage to your natural lashes.

As lash extension professionals, we get a lot of questions from clients about post-appointment experiences with swollen, itchy, red, dry or watery eyes. Naturally, our focus is always on prevention and we work tirelessly to ensure that clients don’t experience any of these reactions. However, everyone is different and, though they are generally minor, post-appointment risks do exist.

With this in mind, we want to empower each of our clients by helping them to understand irritations and allergic reactions that can occur following lash service. Our goal here is simply to provide our clients with information they might find useful. We encourage you to contact us if you experience any adverse effects following your service at Mira’s Eyelashes, so we can help you relieve them and work to tailor your next service to avoid them.

Let’s look at some IRRITATIONS that can occur as a result of your lash service! 

Redness or Dry Eyes

We’ve all experienced redness and dry eyes at one time or another so this will be familiar: partially or fully bloodshot eyes accompanied by a scratchy sensation. These symptoms usually disappear within 12-24 hours. They typically occur if you’re unable to keep your eyes closed throughout the service, drying out your eyes and exposing them to adhesive fumes. We work to prevent this by positioning gel eyepads in a way that allows you to close your eyes naturally. You can help us letting us know if you’re finding it challenging to close your eyes completely. If we’re chatting throughout your service, it’s also helpful if you remain aware of keeping your eyes closed as we naturally tend to allow our eyes to flutter open when we’re engaged in conversation

Watering Eyes

Watering eyes typically occur during application and can be accompanied by a stinging sensation. Your lash technician will keep an eye out for watering eyes and will readjust eye pads accordingly to stop this from happening. However, if you experience stinging during your service, please let your lash technician know. If your eyes continue to water throughout the service, you might experience red or dry eyes in the 24 hours following your service.

Corneal Abrasion

Clients who experience a corneal abrasion following a lash extension service will have visibly ruptured blood vessels along the bottom of the eye and, in some cases, the entire eye. This is typically not painful but it can be accompanied by dry eyes. In some cases, a scratchy feeling and sensitivity to light may accompany these ruptured vessels.

While bloodshot eyes can be visually alarming, it’s important to remember that this is an irritation and you should experience some relief within 72 hours with blood vessels fully healing within 1-2 weeks.

While uncommon, we work to prevent these types of irritations and you might find that your lash technician will readjust the placement of eye pads during your service if they notice your eyes watering. That being said, if you experience burning or any other discomfort during your service please flag it with your technician so they can take the appropriate steps to prevent further irritation.

Now, let’s look at ALLERGIC REACTIONS!

What is an allergic reaction?

Our immune systems do a lot of heavy lifting, protecting us from a wide range of pathogens and foreign substances in our environment. On occasion, they get a little confused and interpret a foreign substance as being harmful triggering an allergic reaction. In many cases, these substances aren’t harmful but the reactions they cause can be uncomfortable. Due to the nature of your lash service, it’s possible that you could experience an allergic reaction ranging from mild to severe and lasting anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. If you are prone to allergic reactions or have sensitive skin, please let us know when you book your appointment so we can plan to conduct a patch test.

What causes allergic reactions?

In case you missed it, we’ll take this opportunity to reiterate that everyone is different! Naturally, different factors cause allergic reactions in different people. Some people are more prone to allergic reactions than others and some become more prone to them as they age. Hormones are another common factor and some people might find they become more prone to allergic reactions with hormone changes due to pregnancy or even their monthly cycle.

Swollen Eyes

One of the common symptoms of an allergic reaction is swollen or puffy eyes. Your lash technician will be on the lookout for this during your service but it can often rear its ugly head after you’ve already left. Typically, allergic reactions subside within 72 hours but please get in touch with us if you experience this type of reaction and we can discuss the best course of action. If the swelling is severe or lasts more than 72 hours, you might want to consult a medical professional.

Itchy Eyes

If you suffer from seasonal or environmental allergies, you know that itchy eyes go hand in hand with puffiness! Again, this is a sign of an allergic reaction. We know it’s uncomfortable but the best thing you can do if this happens is to avoid rubbing your eyes. Yes, it feels good in the moment but it actually enhances the itching sensation causing you to rub more and exacerbating swelling. So, please resist rubbing your eyes!

As we’ve mentioned, your lash technician will be on the lookout for these symptoms throughout your service. We simply ask that you inform them if you experience any other discomfort.

It is important to note that we are not medical professionals and we cannot offer a true diagnosis. This list was written simply to help you identify some of the symptoms you might experience. If you are concerned about an irritation or reaction you experience following your lash service, please consult a medical professional and do not hesitate to get in touch with Mira’s Eyelashes.

Depends of the service of course. The application process for lash extensions normally takes 1.5/2 hours for a full set with an experienced technician. You will lay comfortably on our chaise lounge with your eyes closed as your technician applies an under eye gel pad to cover your lower lashes. The extensions will then be applied to each individual eyelash with a specially designed adhesive.

Yes, at any time for any reason! If you have had an improper eyelash extension application somewhere other than Mira’s Eyelashes or simply wish to remove them, we provide that service. It is a simple procedure that doesn’t take long and we have a specially formulated removal solution that will break down the glue and safely remove your extensions without damaging your natural lash. Please do not attempt to remove the lash extensions yourself as this can cause premature shedding of your natural lashes.

Anyone of any age can have eyelash extensions applied as long as there is a natural lash to glue the extension onto. Ladies who have undergone chemotherapy (and their lashes are starting to grow back) are a great candidate as well as people who wear contact lenses and glasses.

  • Do not get your eyelashes wet for the first 24 hours.
  • Do not use a spa, sauna or pool for the first 24 hours. The extensions need that amount of time to properly bond.
  • Avoid pulling or rubbing your eyes.
  • Do not use eyelash curlers with your extensions. With proper application you will not need them.
  • ONLY use oil-free makeup remover.
  • Use eye makeup very rear or never.
  • Proper hygiene is very important. Please keep lashes clean by regular washing.
  • After showering avoid rubbing lashes, it best to blot them up with a towel and let them air dry and then brush them.
  • Use care when applying facial and eye creams to avoid the lash line. Too many oil-based products can break down the adhesive.
  • Avoid sleeping on your face.
  • Don’t let the stream from your shower hit your face directly as the pressure can knock lash extensions loose.
  • Customers who choose real mink lashes are advised to be careful when in contact with heat and should keep their lashes away from hair dryers, candles, and open flames.

YUMI™ Lash Lift

Worldwide leading brand, encourages growth of thicker healthier Lashes, more nourishing and less drying than standard lifts, and exclusive brand that can only be used by certified technicians, gentler formula.

✨Does Not Harm Lashes
✨Cruelty Free
✨Paraben Free
✨Ammonia Free
✨Formaldehyde Free
✨Hypoallergenic
✨Requires Hands-On Training and Certification
✨European-Made
✨Regulated Procedure & Pricing
✨The Original YUMI™ Lash Lift Products Cost 10x more

A YUMI™ Lash Lift enhances your natural lashes without the use of artificial or mechanical aids to create the illusion of longer, more voluminous lashes. Certified YUMI™ Lash Lift technicians have the ability to target the natural keratin within the eyelash hair, guiding and sculpting each lash with the help of a specially designed silicone lifting pad. Each treatment is specifically designed for your individual eye shape and eyelash length. Imagine not having to apply mascara or fuss with a curler everyday…YUMI™ Lash Lift is exceptional!

No, the entire procedure is perfectly designed to create a relaxing experience. The YUMI™ technician will be with you during the entire procedure.

Yes. All our YUMI™ technicians have been trained and certified by Master YUMI™ trainer to ensure your safety and comfort. Our technicians are in the room with you during the entire procedure. The YUMI™ Lift and Fix products are not applied directly to the skin. The product is formaldehyde free and does not contain parabens or harsh ingredients. All YUMI™ products are individually packaged for one time use only and we sterilize and sanitize our tools after each use to ensure the highest standard of hygienic control. All Master trained YUMI™ technicians are required to work within the guidelines and standards of Canada.

Like a million bucks! During your YUMI™ Lash Lift, products are applied only to the sculpted lashes and do not come into contact with the skin or inner eye area, limiting the amount of irritation. The lashes are delicately wiped during the 5-step procedure, which may cause mild redness that will disappear within 10-15 minutes of your treatment. Our goal is to have you feeling and looking more youthful and once the treatment is completed, so you can go about your day with your stunning new lashes.

Aftercare for YUMI™ is easy. There’s just one rule: do not wash or wet your lashes for 48 hours after receiving the treatment. The product requires 48 hours to reach its maximum lifting potential. During the 48-hour period please avoid the use of eye makeup, saunas, swimming, steam rooms, cutting onions, tears etc. Moisture to the lashes will weaken the YUMI™ product. Day to day care of your YUMI™ Lash Lift is easy! Feel free to wash your face and lashes as usual after the initial 48 hours!

The lift lasts 6-12 weeks, which is the natural life cycle of an eyelash. Our YUMI™ technicians can suggest when to schedule your next lash lift.

Your health and well being are of the utmost importance and not everyone is eligible for a YUMI™ Lash Lift. We don’t recommend this treatment for those who:

  • are prone to any form of eye disease
  • have mild to severe allergies
  • are under the age of 16 (parental consent is required)
  • suffer from chronic back or neck pain and cannot lay still for 60-90 minutes
  • are unable to keep their eyes closed for long periods of time
  • expectant mothers

While it’s perfectly safe, we don’t recommend booking a lash lift during that time of the month as it can diminish the curling effect of the treatment.