Lash Extensions

We use NovaLash’s Platinum Bond adhesive, which has the strongest hold available for eyelash extensions on the market today! NovaLash has created a solution to the most common problem with eyelash extensions — longevity and wear.  The Platinum Bond has revolutionized the eyelash extension industry by providing the longest hold time, flexibility, and a dark, lush, lash line for the client. NovaLash is also the only Oil-Proof and Instantly Waterproof adhesive on the market! Our clients adore their luscious lashes, and toss their mascara tubes away for good!

Volume Full Set

A Volume lash extension is a customized, hand made fan (2D/3D/4D/5D/6D) etc… placed on ONE of your own lashes. Resulting in the ultimate lash look!

***Lashes should always be carefully isolated by the technician and properly separated at the end of the service to avoid any two or more lashes being glued/stuck together. This will insure the integrity of your natural lash health.

Volume Extended Fill

Volume Traditional Fill

Volume Mini Fill

Hybrid Full Set

This is a mix of classic lashes and volume for fun definition! A Classic lash extension is one thicker synthetic lash, placed on ONE of your own lashes. A Volume lash extension is a customized hand made fan (2D/3D/4D/5D/6D) etc… placed on ONE of your own lashes. 

Hybrid Extended Fill

Hybrid Traditional Fill

Hybrid Mini Fill

Classic Full Set

A Classic lash extension is one thicker synthetic lash, placed on ONE of your own lashes. This will give you darker definition, lift, curl, and length!

Classic Extended Fill

Classic Traditional Fill

Classic Mini Fill

Eyelash Tinting

Great for enhancing those lighter lashes and maintaining a natural “no make-up” look. Also a good choice for blondes to schedule before getting a full set of lashes.

Lash Lift

A lash lift is the safe and easy way to temporarily curl straight lashes. Lash Lift offers an ultra-hydrating keratin treatment option that clients and professionals love. Lash lifts and tints are a fantastic option for everyone who is interested in dark, luscious, and beautifully curled lashes with low-maintenance and minimal commitment. 

Lash Lift Q & A

How it’s done?
Consult your expert first—if your lashes are naturally super-short, you may not be the best candidate for the treatment. Your technician will begin by using medical-grade glue to affix a silicone rod on your eyelid. 

Then, they will glue the tips of your lashes to the rod to create the shape for the curl, followed by a layer of the lifting serum to impart the shape. We use a brand called Elleebana, which uses gentle ingredients. The harshest ingredient is alcohol, which is in the lifting solution, but we follow it with the setting solution, and that is rich in hydrating ingredients like aloe and glycerin. 
The lifting serum is wiped off after about 4 to 10 minutes, depending on how thick your hair is, and is followed with the setting solution, which sits for 4 to 8 minutes. 
We recommend getting a tint along with the treatment, and if you decide to do that, the additional step will take roughly 10 more minutes. After that, the formula is wiped off, your lashes come un-glued, and you can get on with your life, curling wand free!

Maintenance is also less committal than that of lash extensions. Because they are your own natural eyelashes, you can still use mascara and lash serum, if that’s what you would typically do. 

For the first two days following your lash lift, we recommend keeping your face out of the hot water in the shower, as well as not steaming your face since the heat can deactivate the solution, and swapping out oil-based makeup removers for the next few weeks. 
If you tend to sleep on your stomach or side, keep a spooly brush beside your bed so you can brush through your lashes before going to bed, and when you wake up in the morning—though, it’s a good practice anyway even if you don’t have a lash lift.
After about 6 to 8 weeks, which is the natural growth cycle of your lashes, you’ll start to notice the curled pieces disappearing, as the set you previously had starts to replace them. 

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