Doi Inthanon National Park,Chiang Mai|Hauz Of EA

Doi Inthanon National Park (Thai: อุทยานแห่งชาติดอยอินทนนท์), nicknamed “the roof of Thailand”, is in the Thanon Thong Chai Range, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand. It includes Doi Inthanon, the country’s highest mountain. Established in 1972, The park is approximately 2 hours from Chiang Mai. It includes Karen and Hmong villages of about 4,500 people. Its elevation ranges between 800–2,565 meters (8,415 ft). Within its borders are a number of waterfalls: Mae Klang Falls, Wachiratan Falls, Sirithan Falls, and Mae Ya Falls.

The park has varied climatic and ecologically different sections. The climate is typically tropical and fairly cool on the summit of Doi Inthanon. In winter the average temperature is 6 °C (43 °F) in January and temperatures can sometimes drop below 0 °C (32 °F). You should be ready or check the weather temperature before visiting Doi Intanon.

Today, the summit of Doi Inthanon is a popular tourist destination for both foreign and Thai tourists, with a peak of 12,000 visitors. In addition to a range of tourist facilities on the summit, there is also a Royal Thai Air Force weather radar station at the summit and the Thai National Observatory (TNO). Chedis (monuments) dedicated to Their Royal Majesties, The King, and Queen pagoda, can be found atop the peak of the mountain.

We book a private car by KLOOK Travel for a comfortable travel tour. Approximately 1 half – 2 hours to the summit from the Chiang Mai city area. The entrance fee for adults is 300 Thai baht also 30 baht if you are using a van, normal car, or motorcycle. And if you are going to King & queen pagoda another 40 baht where you can find a restroom, small shop to buy food and drinks. Maybe it’s gonna be far for you but believe me, it was an amazing and magnificent view on top. And If you are a nature lover this tour is for you. I can say it was very cold so you must prefer yourself, bring a thick jacket or wear long pants. I was ready at that time so it was not hard for me. Or you can check the weather before you go.

A short hightlight of Doi Intanon Park

ITINERARY

  • (8 am – 9:30 am) – Promt Condo to Entrance Gate of National Park
  • (9:30 am – 10 am) – Up to summit
  • 30 mins in the summit
  • 1 hour (King & Queen Pagoda) Eat some snacks, drinks, restroom.
  • 30 mins (Sirithan Falls)
  • 30-45 mins (Wachirathan Falls)
  • Lunch (on way back)
  • 3:30 Promt Condo

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New Year Eve in Furama Hotel, Chiang Mai|Hauz Of EA

My first time to spend the new year abroad. It feels different because I expect more fireworks like Manila in the Philippines but I shouldn’t also compare and I wanted to see the fireworks closer so we book a buffet dinner for 2000 Baht in Furama hotel because it’s in rooftop of the hotel, Furama Hotel has a small elevator (lol) the first time to try that small elevator, it’s cute (hmmm). The setup and theme were beautiful, girls were so polite and look pretty in their gown, dinner was great, it taste so fresh, they have a good music band, they have raffle games every 1 hour and the price is Free lunch buffet (not bad), right? Before the countdown, they distribute small stuff to make the sound for a new year. The expectation of the fireworks VS reality. There are no fireworks in Furama Hotel where I spent my new year eve. However, fireworks and lanterns in Old City and other areas were amazing even it was too short. I’m gonna share a short video of my New Year’s eve. How about your new years eve? What do you think about it? Share it with me below!

New Year Eve in Chiang Mai,Thailand

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6 Best Coffee Shops in (Nimman) Chiang Mai

I think the best coffee shops only you can find in Chiang Mai. The laidback nature of northern Thailand capital ensures a steady flow of customers who are quite happy to sit back and enjoy a great cup of coffee while soaking up the true nature of Chiang Mai. I love many different types of cafés in Chiang Mai; especially in the Nimman area, everywhere you go there are cute, cozy, fantastic coffee shops. The beans sourced from all over the world to local teak houses selling coffee sourced direct from the family farm – I have tried some of those and present the very best of them here. Of course, many of Chiang Mai’s best coffee shops also have brunch menus and homemade cakes, or that food so you can fill up for the day or treat yourself to something sweet while working or relaxing with a cup of coffee, free wifi is a big bonus. Also, I am not only crazy about the coffee here but also the brunch of every shop was amazing. I had try a lot of coffee shops but I have 6 the best and I am so excited to share it with you so that you can try when you visit to nimman area.

1. Ember Coffee & Eatery

American, Cafe, Contemporary, Fusion. Thai SPECIAL DIETS: Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free. Options MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Drinks. Seating, Free wifi, Table Service, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Street Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Family style, Relaxing Ambiance and valuable price. If You looking a strong coffee I do reccomend Ember hot Coffee.

Address: 14/1-2, Soi 4, Nimmana haeminda Rd, Su Thep, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Open: 7:30 AM – 8:00 PM

2. Rustic and Blue

Café Promoting Simple, Happy, Sustainable Lifestyle, Serving Homemade Artisan Food (Breakfast & Lunch, Dinner) , Desserts. Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Small Space inside Seating, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service. You get what you pay!

Address: Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 7, Tambon Su Thep, Mueang Chiang Mai, Thailand

Open: 8:30 AM – 9:30pm

Website: rusticandblue.com

3. Graph Cafe One Nimman

Unique atmosphere and Interior design, Skilled barista and kind staff, they can speak English and reccomend your taste of coffee, plenty of pastries choices, very un usual taste of coffee. Such a great experience and great Ice coffee ever!

Address: One Nimman, Nimmanhaemin Rd, T.Suthep, Muang Chiang Mai, Thailand

Open: (Mon-Sun) 10:00AM – 9:00PM

Website: graphdream.com

4. The Baristo Nimman

Bright, Clean Atmosphere, Spacious and Contemporary design. Great taste and Very refreshing coffee, and a lots of choices. The Combination of coffee and fresh coconut is one the best that i ever had in chiangmai. Serving and size in reasonable price.

Address:  2 Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 9, T. SuThep, Mueang Chiang Mai, Thailand

Open: 8am- 9:30 pm

5. CottonTree Coffee Roaster

Brunch, Pastries is available. Indoor and outdoor seating. Cozy and relaxing ambiance. I love the woody design. Definitely one of the best coffee and one of my favorite.

Address: Green Hill Place, 45/38 M.5 Chang Phuak Subdistrict, Chiang Mai Thailand

Open: (Everyday) 8am – 4pm

6. Ristr8to Lab

Inspired by the specialty coffee culture around the world especially in Australia, Ristr8to serve a unique cups and arts like satan. Be ready of crowded costumer every single hour and day when you visit. They are busy all the time, so if you are looking for a quick zip of coffee to wake you up Ristr8to is ready to serve you.

Address: 14 Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 3, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Open: 8:30am – 7:00pm

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10 Greetings for New Year

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6 Tips on How to Build the best morning routines?

Do you struggle to get out of your bed in the morning because it’s so warm and cozy? Or maybe because you feel tired? Or do you need coffee immediately in order to get moving?

I understand not everyone is a morning person, with just a few tricks you can improve your morning routines and be productive the whole day.

1. DITCH YOUR SMARTPHONE

Many people look at their smartphones within the first 5 minutes after waking up. Break that routine. Looking at the screen of your phone right away increases your stress level.

2. DO SOME SIMPLE STRETCH

A few gentle stretches before and after getting out of bed will activate your body and get your blood flowing for the day.

3. LET THE SUNLIGHT IN

Open the curtains and windows to get some light: light sends a signal to your brain that it’s time to be awake and stop producing melatonin, a sleep-regulating hormone. Get a deep breath and feel the morning fresh air.

4. TAKE A MINUTE

Give yourself a quiet minute in the morning. Drinking water in the morning keeps your body hydrated as the day starts, helps promote a sustained flow of blood to your skin and releases toxins from your system. Enjoy those minutes to drink your tea or coffee, think about what you need to do that day, or even write down your plan or things to do for today. Read some positive quotes. Nothing will make your day better than starting it with a positive mindset!

5. HAVE A GOOD BREAKFAST

Never have time for a tasty breakfast? According to Addidas runtastic, 31% of males and females between the age of 35 and 54 are breakfast skippers. How about getting up just 15 or 20 minutes earlier? A nutritious breakfast gives you energy and maintains more stable glucose responses during the afternoon and evening. Simple and easy breakfast like Banana Toast with peanut butter, avocado toast with egg, Oatmeal or Chia seeds with some berries. I use to have 1 boil egg and half of the banana when I don’t have much time and sometimes just get half a slice of apple with yogurt. Having Coffee every morning it’s like gasoline in my body to keep me moving and it gives me a lot of energy. My day is not complete without a coffee.

6. LISTEN A MUSIC

Music has always garnished healing strengths and can bring you in a good mood. A happy-good playlist would have you ready to kick your workday’s butt.

Now you are ready for the whole day, you have the energy to focus on your passion will not only make you feel better or make you happy, but your hard work will pay you off on the end.

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Top 4 best list to visit Chiang Rai in 1-day tours

Chiang Rai is a port city in northern Thailand, in the mountainous province of the same name. Chiang Rai City remains a sleepy provincial town with a pleasant atmosphere. Compared to its sister town Chiang Mai, it has a more relaxed and down-to-earth feel but is never short on historical and cultural attractions of its own. From Chiang Mai City I travel to Chiang Rai for 3 half – 4 hours by Car. I booked KLOOK Travel for private but they have also available tours for group and more good deals that suit for you. My first stop is to White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), Singha Park, Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten), lastly the Black Temple or Black House ( Baan Dam Museum).

WHITE TEMPLE ( WAT RONG KHUN) is a privately owned art exhibit style of a Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand. They have Light show its called “The Illumination of White Temple” during the Light Festival. Wat Rong Khun is extremely beautiful when you see it outside. Unique Architecture and Structure. However, Wat Rong Khun is very touristic and it was crowded when the time I visit. It’s not really pleasant to go there when the other group tourists are shouting and very loud. The bridge of “the cycle of rebirth”: the main building at the white temple, the ubosot, is reached by crossing a bridge over a small lake. After crossing the bridge, the visitor arrives at the “gate of heaven”, when the visitors are not allowed to take pictures. Same in the gallery building(Golden Building) visitors are only allowed to take pictures outside. Admission for Thai nationals is free, foreigners are required to pay 100 baht and a different way to go inside.

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BLUE TEMPLE ( WAT RONG SUEA TEN) Is the newest and modern Buddhist temple distinguished by its vivid blue coloring & elaborate carvings. Above all its magnificent blue interior with a large white Buddha that marks the spirits. The paintings are reminiscent of the style of what you can see inside the Blue Temple. It is a very small temple but very attractive, quiet and relaxing, unlike the white temple that is more crowded. You’ll also be expected to take off your shoes outside before entering the Blue Temple and wear proper clothes which is knees and shoulder should be cover. Wat Rong Suea Ten – Blue Temple is a temple and when you visit a temple in Thailand there are some rules to know and follow which is good to give some respect to the Buddhist. The good thing when you visit the blue temple you’re allowed to take photos inside so I’m able to share it with you. Admission is free.

SINGHA PARK Singha Park is a scenic refreshing park in a farm-like setting with tea & organic plantations, orchards & different flowers, trails, a tram & a petting zoo and more. You can find restaurants, Coffee shops, Souvenirs shop, and Clean toilet. I had my lunch here in Singha park after an almost 1-hour tour around Singha park. (See the video below) Admission Fee is 100 baht and you’ll experience by electric car they called around Singha park. Farm Tour is Open every day from 9 am – 5 pm.

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BLACK TEMPLE (BAAN DAM MUSEUM) This Black Museum is a collection of woods, arts, and creation by Thawan Duchanee and other thai artists. Thawan devoted his life and spent his energy almost 3 decades building Folk Art Museum and Exhibit and the architecture are very unique in terms of arts. Each building has a display of works of art to admire and clearly demonstrate the identity of A. Thawan such as buffalo horns artwork, animal bones, tiger and snakeskin, crocodile skin, beautiful woodwork carving, ornate stucco artwork that conceals a philosophy and beliefs. It created a lot of excitement and also gets new concepts through these artworks. It’s a little bit creepy for me but it was fun and surprising as you can walk with the trees around you and take a seat while resting you can grab a black or white ice cream. Sounds good right?

Website : http://www.thawan-duchanee.com/index-eng.htm

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Top 10 Must-Visit Temples in Chiang Mai

1. WAT PHRA THAT DOI SUTHEP Is located at Doi Suthep Mountain. (9 หมู่ที่ 9 Mueang, Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200) This regal mountain overlooks the city from the northwest, providing commanding views from its summit. The Wat can be reached by road from Chiang Mai. From the car park at the temple’s base, visitors can climb 309 steps to reach the pagodas or take a tram. If the climb sounds like no fun, then simply ride to the top in one of the newly rebuilt cable cars (admission: 50 baht). Once inside the temple grounds, visitors must be appropriately dressed and must remove footwear. Like all other Buddhist temples, attire should be respectful. This means shoulders and legs (at least to the knee) covered, nothing skimpy. Men and women wearing tank tops should bring something to cover up with, same with short shorts, dresses, or skirts. (I still don’t understand that some foreign tourist cant follow this simple rules) The original gold plated Chedi is the holiest area of the temple grounds. Within the site are pagodas, statues, bells, a museum, and shrines. Aspects of the Wat draw from both Buddhism and Hinduism. Views of Chiang Mai can be seen on the far side of the temple. The temple is open from 06:00 to 20:00 every day, but weekends and holidays are usually very crowded. Entrance Fee is 30 baht. You can also continue your journey to BhuBing Palace and Wat Umong after visiting Wat Phratat Doi Suthep. For your easy tour simple book KLOOK travel.

2. WAT U-MONG Wat Umong is a 700-year-old Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Among the hundreds of Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai, the Wat Umong or “Tunnel temple” is unique because of its location in the forest and its system of tunnels. A temple located within the old city walls of Chiang Mai. The monk named Thera Chan used a tunnel to meditate in peace and quiet. The tunnels are rarely used for meditation anymore due to the number of visitors that come each day. When entering you should take your shoes off and remain silent as this is a place of worship. I also enjoy reading the Buddhist quotes outside the trees! To the left of the tunnels are a large lake and a small island that is connected by a bridge. Just before the bridge, there is a small stall selling fish food for 10 Baht. The lake is full of large catfish and by feeding them you gain good merit. There are also a few turtles and it is considered lucky if you spot one of them. While the food is meant for the fish, and I end up feeding the pigeons that live on the island as well. Wat Umong is located in Suthep Road, Soi Wat Umong Chiang Mai. The admission fee is free. Open from 6am- 6pm.

3. WAT PHRA SINGH Wat Phra Singh is perhaps the second most venerated temple in Chiang Mai after Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Located inside the old city wall and moat, at the western end of Ratchadamnoen Road, the temple’s signature Lanna-style roofs and glittering viharn (assembly hall) invite visitors. Wat Phra Singh was built in 1345 by King Phayu. Lai Kham is the main attraction of the complex. Besides Lai Kam, the larger main assembly hall (Viharn Luang) houses a 15th-Century Buddha image cast from copper and gold. Open from 6am- 5pm. Admission Fee is 50 baht.

4. WAT CHEDI LUANG is a Buddhist temple in the historic center of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The current temple grounds were originally made up of three temples — Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Ho Tham, and Wat Skin. Including the city pillar (Intake), main wiharn housing the principal Buddha image and a giant gum tree guarding the temple’s entrance. Only males are allowed to enter the city pillar shrine and not women. It is said that a woman on menstruation is deemed to be dirty and may anger Indra, (See in images in the video for full information). Continue your walk to the main attraction on the premise. Walk towards the back of the main hall that a Giant Buddha statue is located in and you will find Chedi Luang. At Chedi Luang monk hosts chats every day, tourists are invited to speak with monks and ask them anything about Buddhism or Thailand. Wat Chedi Luang is located on Phra Pokklao Road. The admission fee is 40 baht. Open from 8am – 5pm.

5. WAT PHANTAO Wat Phan Tao is a beautiful wooden/bamboo temple with a decorated garden area just next and few steps from the famous Wat Chedi Luang this temple is often overlooked but worth a visit. The main prayer hall is to your right and a walkway on your left leads you to the stupa at the back. The prayer hall was built back when the teak trade was at its peak and the wood was an offering to the Buddha. Opening hours are sunrise to late evening.

6. WAT SUAN DOK is also known as Wat Buppharam. The temple is on Suthep Road, approximately one kilometer west of Suan Dok gate at the west side of the moat. Built by a King of Chiang Mai on the grounds of his pleasure garden, this temple was originally intended to serve as a retreat for a revered monk from Sukothai. It is a Royal Temple of the Third Class. Wat Suan Dok is a wonderful place for photography and has spectacular vistas of Doi Suthep at sunset. At Wat Suan Dok you can find also the fascinating Royal Cemetery. Please give some respect when you enter in Cemetery. Free Admission. Open from 6am- 9pm.

7. WAT LOK MOLEE Wat Lok Molee is an older temple in Chiang Mai which features a 14th-century chedi, manicured garden area, and an impressive prayer hall. Located outside of the Old City moat, Manee Nopparat Road area just opposite of fascinating Wat Rajamontean/Wat Sripoom. Wat Lok Molee is not visited as often as other temples and therefore sometimes visitors can be alone in the whole temple grounds. There are lots to see at Wat Lok Molee, including interesting statues, Buddha images, elephants and it is a good place for photos. Look out for the intricate mosaics on the walls of the main hall and for different images from Hinduism or Chinese Buddhism. All the design and the color scheme in silver and brown is different from the other temples which gleaming in gold elements. Admission is free. Open from sunrise to 5 pm.

8. WAT SRI SUPHAN Wat Sri Suphan is also known as the Silver Temple because of its impressive handcrafted silver decoration. The temple is completely covered in silver, from the walls to the roof and displays some detailed silver carvings of Buddhism legends. Even the statues of Buddha are covered in silver. However, due to old Buddhist rules, women are not allowed to enter the inside of the temple and must remain outside. By the way, I paid 50 baht for the admission fee without knowing that women are not allowed. According to the temple was built for 12 years. Silver Temple is located in Wua Lai Rd, Haiya Sub-district next to Wualai Saturday walking night market. Open from 6am- 9pm.

9. WAT CHIANG MAN Wat Chiang Man is located outside of the old city moat, corner of Ratchaphakhinai Road and Phra Poklao Road. Wat Chiang Man is highly popular with tourists. The larger, standing Buddha is worshipped every April before the Songkran festival as it is said to bring the rain needed for rice growing. The smaller Buddha is carved from crystal and is also believed to have special healing powers. Despite being in the middle of Chiang Mai’s old city Wat Chiang Man is rarely busy. It has a nice, well-kept garden area to sit and reflect in. Admission is Free. Open from 8am – 5pm.

10. WAT BUPPHARAM Founded in 1497 by King Mueang Kaeo, the temple was where Kawila began a ritual circumambulation of Chiang Mai to reoccupy it after two centuries of Burmese rule. Wat Buppharam is located at Old city town, a 10-minute walk from the Phae Gate, but a worthwhile pit stop on the way to the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar and near Wat Saen Fang above. And it is only a few steps from the thapae gate Sunday market. I visited the evening so I didn’t pay any amount. (NOTE: If you want good pictures during your visit to the temple Don’t go after 5 pm it is not a good time for extraordinary photograph).

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Clean Food Caf & Restaurant you must try in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Kao Nueng is one of the best healthy restaurants in Chiang Mai, a Clean and modern style. If you don’t eat spicy food they have a delicious and healthy meal for you. Well, usually in Chiang Mai they have a lot of meals inside a menu, you can find a lot of options whether spicy or not. If you are a vegetarian traveler you must go to Chiang Mai and drop by at Kao Nueng restaurant. And If you are particular or wondering how many calories you eat no worries because you can see it inside the Kao Nueng Menu.

Kao Nueng is located  257 16-17 Suthep Rd, Tambon Su Thep, เมือง Chiang Mai 50200.

OPERATING HOURS

Monday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Tuesday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Wednesday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Thursday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Friday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sunday
9:00 am – 11:00 pm

FOOD & DRINKS MENU

The easiest diet is, you know, eat vegetables, eat fresh food. Just a really sensible healthy diet like you read about all the time.

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4 Semi-Permanent Makeup After Care

EYEBROW

Your eyebrows need to be gently blotted to remove excess body fluids to eliminate crusting. Make sure you wash your hair with your head tilted back to stop water running down your face. Nothing else should be applied during the first day after the procedure. For the first 24 hours after treatment, wipe your eyebrows with cooled boiled water on a cotton wool pad then pat them dry with a clean tissue. Clean the area 2 times daily (morning and night) with a gentle cleanser followed by your aftercare cream and continue for the next 7-14 days. Dispose of the micro brush/cotton tip immediately after each application. This keeps the area protected with a breathable barrier and supports healing. Make sure to wash your hands prior to touching the area.

EYELINER

Swelling differs with each individual. You may apply an ice pack to the area to reduce swelling and soothe the area and make sure you move the ice pack around, not leaving it too long in one area, in order to prevent frostbite. For the next 7 days, apply a thin layer of aftercare ointment daily. You can also use a warm, damp cotton pad to gently wipe the area. Do not use contact lenses, eye makeup, or mascara for 7 days post-procedure and any lash-enhancing products or fake lashes for 14 days post-procedure. New mascara has to be purchased but not to be used until at least 7 days after the procedure. Avoid swimming in pools for 5 days post-procedure, as bacteria and chemicals in the water may be irritating. Do not swim in the ocean for 14 days post-procedure as the saltwater will pull the pigment out. If your eyes feel itchy and irritated you may have a minor irritation to the aftercare ointment. You should discontinue all ointment, wash your eyes to remove the ointment and let it heal dry. If your eyes are red and emitting any white or yellow discharge, or very itchy, you may have a minor eye infection. In this case, rinse your eyes to remove the ointment and visit your pharmacist or doctor to request antibiotic eye drops. Eye infections are extremely rare but can happen, so always wash your hands when treating your eyes and apply a very tiny amount of aftercare ointment.

LIPS

After 2 hours and before you go to bed gently blot the area with a damp cotton wool pad to remove excess body fluids and tiny blood spots to eliminate crusting. You may also apply a cold compress or ice pack to the area to reduce swelling during the first 72 hours of healing; make sure you move the ice pack around, not leaving it too long in one area, in order to prevent frostbite. During the healing period, avoid wiping/ licking the lips. Apply the healing balm every hour whilst awake. Do not apply lipstick until after 7 days. It is possible that an allergic reaction to the ingredients of the lipstick may occur should you apply within this period. Be careful when eating spicy, salty or citrus foods; avoid them if possible. Drink through a straw to prevent contact with contaminates and washing off your healing balm and also be careful when brushing your teeth as toothpaste can pull out the pigment out of the lip vermilion.

LASHES(Extension & Lash Lift)

Eyelash adhesive actually takes 24 hours to completely cure and therefore, the first 24 hours are the most important time to ensure that your lashes will last.

  • Do not wet or rub your eyelashes – Exposing your new Lashes to any moisture such as steam, high humidity and water, will result in the lash glue over-curing and becoming brittle, and your extensions will fall off within a few days.
  • Do not apply cream around the eye – Clean them gently, as instructed by your lash technician and with a designated lash cleanser. Bodily oils that travel onto your extensions will break down adhesive if not removed by cleaning. Failure to clean your lashes will not only result in poor retention, but the build up of bacteria, and can lead to eye infections.
  • Do not wet or rub your eyelashes – Exposing your new extensions to any moisture such as steam, high humidity and water, will result in the lash glue over-curing and becoming brittle, and your extensions will fall off within a few days.
  • Do not pick or pull at your extensions. The adhesive, although safe to use, is very strong and picking or pulling will pull your natural lashes out.
  • Do not sleep on your face. Your extensions are delicate, so ‘face planting’ in your pillow will cause your extensions to fall out where they are being rubbed out in the night.
  • Do not apply mascara, Liquid or Gel Eyeliner – It will adhere to the extensions, cannot be safely cleansed off and will create a breeding ground for bacteria. If you ignore this rule then you may be charged for a removal and full set.
  • Comb or Brush your eyelashes upwards every day – To keep them looking neat, tidy and uniformed.
  • Do not sleep on your face – Your extensions are delicate, so ‘face planting’ in your pillow will cause your extensions to fall out where they are being rubbed out in the night.
  • Use Lashes nourishing mascara every day. Do not swim.

NOTE & TIPS– There is a very small risk of immediate or delayed allergic reaction to pigments, topical anaesthetic or aftercare cream. However allergic reactions are extremely rare. A negative sensitivity/allergy patch test does not guarantee that you will not have an allergic reaction during or after the procedure. I therefore do not offer a patch test unless requested by yourself in which case beauty artist need at least 2 weeks notice before the date of your treatment. If the aftercare is not followed correctly then the finished result may not be desirable and you may need additional treatments which will be at a further cost to yourself. Everyone’s skin is different and some people’s skin takes better to it than others. Infections and allergic reactions although very rare, can happen. To avoid infection please follow the aftercare instructions correctly. An allergic reaction response may include redness, severe itching, swelling, a rash, blistering, dryness or any other symptom associated with an allergy. If this happens, please contact your General Practitioner immediately.

All makeups in the treatment area should be avoided. Minimize workouts that involve a lot of sweating, sauna, facial massage and steaming (inhalation). In the next 30 days, please avoid sunbathing, solarium, light therapies, chemical peelings, fruit acids, microdermabrasion, creams that contain regeneration factors, laser treatments over the treated area because they can destroy the pigments and cause burns. Avoid the use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy that can lead to a faster pigment fading. Always protect the treatment area from the sun with SPF. No Scrubbing. Do not rub, wipe, or scratch area. Use patting motions only.Keep area clean. Blot or rinse off oozing. Soap/ cleansers may be used as long as they are not alcohol based and do not have anti-aging acids or acne acids in it. Some cleansing chemicals might burn or bleach. If you wouldn’t use a product on any other type of injury, don’t use it on the healing permanent makeup. Rinse and pat dry.Do not peel or pick at crust, this could cause pigment loss, scarring, and delayed healing.

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