Eye Lash Extensions
Beyond Beautiful Lashes
Eyelash extensions are individual extensions made of synthetic silk or other materials. They look like natural eyelashes in every way! They are thicker at the base and thinner at the tip with a slight curl, and come in various lengths and curl styles to create the right look for you.
Solid black is the most popular color, but they are available in browns, soft blacks and even bright, colorful hues.
Each extension is adhered to your natural lashes using a medical-grade adhesive, which gives the appearance of a darker, more voluptuous lash-line.
Classic Lash Extensions are the process of using one lash extension for each natural eyelash. The result is an enhanced lash line with a natural and realistic appearance. We recommend Classic Lashes to those who want their lashes to look beautiful, yet more natural than volume lashes.
Volume Lash Extensions are a premium application using 2 or more, light extensions for each individual natural eyelash. Volume lashes offer incredible fullness and last longer than classic lashes.
Hybrid Lash Extensions combine Classic and Volume techniques for a look that blends natural and volume extensions.
Dozens of Shades
.05mm to .30mm
Varying curls and lengths for each thickness
How do lash extensions work?
Fanned lash extensions act like a sleeve that slides over your natural lashes.
Each lash is meticulously placed in a group, and held firmly with an incredibly strong, yet gentle glue that’s even safe for use with contact lenses.
The glue is set with a lovely lavender spritz and a quick dry with a small fan.
How long do they last?
Extensions will last until your natural lash falls out in its regular cycle.
It is common for lashes to last weeks!
How long does it take?
A full set of new lash extensions usually takes about 2 hours.
A fill takes 30-90 minutes depending on how many new lashes must be applied.
Can you wear make-up with lash extensions?
A lot of makeup is not recommended with lash extensions. Stick to simple, good products to make your lases last longer.
You can wear mascara with them, although this shouldn’t be a daily thing. Choose mascara that is NOT waterproof, and is as basic as you can get.
No volumizing, lengthening, curling factors please.
How to care for lash extensions.
No glycol!! Avoid all products with glycol. That includes soaps, make up removers, eye creams and any product with any form of glycol in it.
Which, unfortunately, includes almost every soap.
We recommend using a tear-free baby soap to remove your makeup.
Brush them daily!
Keep them on the straight and narrow! After you wash your face, and as you’re putting on makeup is a great time to give them a brush out.
Start by closing your eyes and brushing them down, rotating the brush backwards while you stroke down.
Then, open your eye, and brush the up (like you would put on mascara).