Browhaus lash curl up review

Having struggled with eyelash curlers on a near daily basis, I finally plucked up the courage and decided to take up the offer of getting my lashes permed at Browhaus in Covent Garden:

The procedure started with my therapist Ellie wiping my eyes to get rid of any oil. She then taped my bottom eyelashes, so they don't accidently get curled during the procedure.

Next a rod was placed above the upper lashline and my lashes individually stuck down.

She then applied the perming solution and left it on for 20mins, followed by a neutralizer for 10mins. During both of these, my eyes were covered with cling film and a mask to keep as much heat in as possible.

Finally, everything was gently peeled off, my eyes cleaned and I was handed a mirror so I could see the results for myself.

I found taping my bottom lashes uncomfortable, and my eyes did water, but after 10minutes or so, it settled down and was fine for the rest of the procedure. I had my eyes closed throughout, and although it was strange to have someone working on my eye area, it wasn't at all uncomfortable or painful.

(before and after using the same mascara)

Because my lashes are so straight, they didn't curl as much as I would have liked, however they are still noticably more lifted than before, and with mascara, there's a big difference!

Overall, I was really impressed with the service, my therapist Ellie was friendly, paid great attention to detail, and really made me feel at ease. If like me you have straight lashes, then it's definitely worth considering a lash perm, and I would highly recommend the 'lash curl up' from Browhaus.

Have you ever tried a lash perm before? What are your favourite products for curling lashes?

16 comments

  1. Ah wow never had this but it would save time! Thanks for sharing! x

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  2. Computergirl- It's amazing, I've not used eyelash curlers since the procedure and my lashes actually stay curled after I apply mascara! x

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  3. I've never had the courage to have my lashes permed.. I'm glad you had a good experience. How much do they usually charge for lash perming? x

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  4. Livia- Thanks, I did think long and hard before deciding to get them down, but the results are definitely worth it. The procedure costs £48 x

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  5. Wow, the results look great! I've actually never heard of a lash perm, I might have to look into it!

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  6. nyannyancat - Thanks, hope you find the info you need x

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  7. Despite having curly hair my lashes are straight as anything...so I would love to be able to have this done! How long does it last?

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  8. I didn't even know such a thing existed! Interesting! Thanks for sharing x

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  9. G A B Y- You're welcome, glad the post was helpful x

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  10. My eyelashes go all over the place, at least yours look like they are in order. I've only ever had my eyelashes dyed never permed but it is something I would consider but only from a salon that knew what they were doing.

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  11. Skin Scrubs- Mine are in order, but they are so annoyingly straight. Definitely do your research beforehand, it took me a while to decide and it was only because I knew Browhaus had a good reputation x

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  12. oh ive had my eyelashes permed 4times now, but i only get it done when i go on holiday. its soooo much cheaper!
    results look good though <3

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  13. Cotton- It's quite addictive isn't it, I love the results and am definitely getting mine redone for the summer x

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  14. You can really see the difference in your lashes! My friend had hers permed at Browhaus and the effects lasted a really long time. x

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  15. LilyLipstick- Thank you, I'm glad your friend had a good experience as well, hopefully mine will last a long time too x

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