Our Lash Extensions Will Last
Our lash extensions are applied one at a time to your natural lashes with a medical-grade adhesive to add volume, curvature, and length. And, they’ll last indefinitely with regular maintenance fills every 2-4 weeks. You can pop in some headphones and relax with a podcast or music every time you’re here, and we’ll take care of the rest.
We can customize your lashes to look the way you want
With endless styles and options to choose from, the possibilities are endless. At your first appointment, we can help you choose which lash style is right for you. You can check out some of our most popular styles in our before and after photos.
We’re trained in lash/brow care, you can feel confident in our safe, effective services.
Each service provider on our team goes through a certification program, to become a licensed cosmetologist or esthetician. After that’s completed, they are required to specialize in lash extension application and/or microblading, training. All of our service providers under goes various trainings to ensure we’re all up to speed on the latest trends, and beauty care. Find out more about our services and what you can expect in our FAQ’s section.
With the classic set, 1 lash extension is glued to 1 natural lash. It’s perfect for clients who already have good healthy lashes and are looking for a little volume and length.
The hybrid set is the half step between a classic set and volume set. These extensions are perfect if you want a little more fullness then the classic but not as dramatic as the full volume set.
We use ultra thin lashes to hand-make a 2D-6D fan for each individual eyelash, giving you a fuller look than you’ve ever been able to achieve. Volume lashes last 1-2 weeks longer than classic lashes and are lighter on your natural lashes. Lashes will be customized based on your desired length, curl, and shape.
Volume lashes comes in different styling eg. American volume, Russian volume, Mega volume.
American Volume | Divalicious Volume | Russian Volume
Lash Fill Options
The cycle of the eyelash is 60-90 days. Lashes will shed naturally and at the end of the cycle, retouch(fill) will be necessary every 2-3 weeks to replenish these lashes.
Without lash extensions we shed 2-3 natural lashes everyday. Wearing lash extensions will not prevent this shed, except make it more prominent due to the extension attached to the natural lash.
It is normal to lose 5-7 lashes per eye weekly when wearing lash extensions so don’t be alarmed as you see a few shed here and there.
There are seasons(fall and spring)where you may shed a little more than normal as our bodies adjust to new temperatures. Keep in mind that any shedding excessively more then the average mentioned above is not normal. Contact us ASAP in such instances and we would problem solve and make sure you are taken care off.
The normal lash cycle may vary from one individual to the other but the ideal time to have your lash fill is every 2 weeks. It’s imperative to fill your lashes with in this time as we replenish lashes that have grown out/ or fallen out. This prevents tangling and keeps the integrity of your natural lashes.
To qualify for a regular fill, you must have at least 50% of your lash extensions present. Any less than 50% of lashes would require an extended fill. A full set of lashes will be needed after failing to get a fill in 4.5 weeks. Please keep in mind that any lash appoint 4.5 weeks and beyond is considered a full set.
All Lash Fills are based on time and range from 30 minutes to an 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Lash Lift & Tint
Lash lift is an alternative to lash extensions. lash lifts work by giving your natural lashes a long-lasting lift and curled effect with the use of lash perm and silicon rod, and a tint for a dark and denser look.
For some, this option work well that they stop using mascara products. For others, it helps to shorten their makeup routine by eliminating the need to curl their lashes. For many, lash curl and tint provide an enhanced look during no-makeup periods.
This service should be booked in 6 weeks intervals.