Q: What is the cost?
A: Los Angeles appointments start at $200 for a full-set and $85 for refills. A deposit of $50 is taken at time of booking. If appointment is missed/cancelled or beyond 15 mins late the deposit is forfeited.
Out-of-State appointments start at $250.
Non-local appointments must be paid in full before one month before appointment as a deposit. If appointment is missed/cancelled or beyond 15 mins late the deposit is forfeited.
Acceptable forms of payment include cash, credit or PayPal. No personal checks.
Q: What are Lash Extensions?
A: Lash Extensions are single strand made of synthetic fiber, fine silk or real mink. We use a combination synthetic and silk lashes to get the fullest, most realistic eye enhancing look.
Q: What are the benefits?
No mascara needed
Q: How long do they last?
A: Lash extensions can last up to four (4) weeks with proper maintenance.
Q: Will I need refills?
A: Yes. Most of our clients who follow the recommended lash care report an average lash extension life span of four (4) weeks with bi-weekly maintenance. Lifespan of lashes can vary based on condition of your natural lashes. We recommend getting a touch up when your extensions are at 50% of their initial fullness. If you've lost more than 50% of your extensions or lashes are no longer viable, you will need a full-set.
Q: What kind of glue do you use?
A: The adhesive is physician developed and medical grade. It does contain latex.
Q: Will getting Lash Extensions damage my own lashes?
A: No. Your natural lashes will continue growing and shedding as they do naturally. Do not pick, pull or attempt to remove. See a professional for removal.
Q: Can I wear my contacts?
Q: Can everyone get extensions?
You CAN NOT get eyelash extensions if you:
have adhesive allergies.
had Lasik has to wait at least 4 weeks and seek their doctor's approval prior to getting extensions.
had an eyelift must wait 4 to 6 MONTHS after the operation and also gain their doctor's approval.
had Chemotherapy in the last 6 MONTHS.
are on Thyroid Medication you may find keeping the lashes beyond 2 weeks a challenge.
has a medical condition related to their eyes, sight or eye area should really consult their doctor first.