Lash Class

You Lash Session

I’ve gotten used to using individual lashes as well. A lot of girls will use strip eyelashes, but the glue comes out of each side and it gets messy. Individual lashes make your eyes look bigger and much more natural.     -Katherine Webb

Here’s what you can expect when you come to our Lash Studio:

Step One:

 

Be greeted by a warm and friendly lash artist.

Sure I use terms like “we,” “our,” and “us” around the site a lot, however, there is only me -I prefer it that way in order to keep “shop drama” to a minimum, and in order to better focus attention on giving guests (that’s you) such a positive experience that they will not only want to come back, but also, tell any person who inquires about where they had their lashes done.

Step Two:

Discuss the type of lash look you want to achieve. 

The consultation is an important step in the lash application process.  Some of our guest prefer only enough to look as though they are wearing mascara -following the line of the natural lash, while others prefer the look of a strip lash (which we can recreate for you), or for those who want something completely unique to them; the lash consultation will help

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Step Three:

 

Be relaxed.

You may even fall asleep. Once you are lying down, the lash artist will apply eye pads. The eye pads are necessary to protect the lower lashes from collecting adhesive and sticking to the upper lashes that are receiving the extension. We like it when the cheeks don’t move -no chewing gum, please! All jokes aside, sharp objects are nearing your eye. Seriously. We want to keep you as safe as possible, so remember to take deep breaths… without moving your cheeks… or blinking.

Step Four:

Walk out of our door looking and feeling stunning.

Your lashes reflect us and we want to project our ability to create beauty through eyelash art. We don’t just enjoy doing eyelashes, we actually love doing eyelashes (that’s why there are only two of us). We want to create an environment that gives our guests a cozy, I-want-to-snuggle-into-something feeling that will inadvertently coerce the guest’s eyes to close. When the guest comes out of the coma, the guest will have transformed. We think it’s pretty darned good logic.

From the Experts in the Beauty Department

 

Lash Etiquette

 Here are some articles originally posted on Glamour.com, Allure.com, PopSugar.com, and on the Huffington Post’s website that explain what we like to call “Lash Etiquette” or the “Do’s and Don’ts” of Semi-Permanent Eyelash Extension.
5 Secrets to Making Eyelash Extensions Last Longer

by Heather Muir, Beauty News Editor

Lash Extensions: Tips You Need To Know Before Heading To The Salon
Find the Most Flattering False Lashes For Your Eye Shape
The Dos and Don’ts of Eyelash Extensions (They Cost A Fortune, But These Tips Are Free)

 

 

APPOINTMENT POLICY

 

Credit Card Reservation Fee

We require that you pay $25 deposit in order to reserve an appointment, which will be deducted from the final price of the service.  If you do not give 24hrs prior notice to the cancellation of your appointment, you forfeit your deposit and 50% of the service will be charged to your card.

Accepted Payment Methods

WE accept cash, and for your convenience we also accept PayPal and credit cards.

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New and Returning Guests

Please be on time. 

If you are a new guest, plan on arriving early to fill out our client profile sheet.  This is how we are going to know if you have any health related issues or conditions that may prevent you from receiving individual eyelashes. 

Don’t wear any makeup around your eyes. 

Makeup, especially a product that is oil based, interferes with the way the adhesive adheres the lashes together and will cause the premature loss of lashes.  Sure, we will remove the any makeup around your eyes (free of charge) to make sure your lashes have the most optimal hold, but this will cut into your lash application time, resulting in fewer lashes.

Change your set. 

We recommend that our guest change their set of lashes approximately once every three months.  This will accomplish two things:  your lashes will have the opportunity to be thoroughly cleaned to prevent the buildup of bacteria (from adhesive, makeup, environmental debris) which can cause eyelash mites -don’t believe us, look it up!  And to give your natural eyelashes time to build of a layer of keratin (the stuff hair and nails are made from), thus making your natural lashes stronger.