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Extensions:
Whether you’re the girl next door or a total boss babe (or both!), make your morning routine a breeze with our state of the art, 100% custom eyelash extensions! Lash extensions are attached to the natural lash one by one and are personalized to you by adding length, curl, and volume. Choose from our three set types, Classic, Hybrid, or Volume, but don’t stress about picking the right one! Your lash artist is a trained professional and can help you choose what is right for you during your consultation. You are one of a kind, babe …prepare to be treated like it!

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Classic Full Set
A Classic set can vary between natural or more dramatic…Hello Kim K! It offers the appearance of wearing eyeliner without the hassle of applying it! This service can take up to 2.5 hours apply and is $200.

Volume Full Set
A Volume set is perfect for clients who have very few lashes, sparse spots, or just want to bring the drama! This set will appear both fluffy and wispy. This service can take up to 2.5 hours to apply and is $300.

Hybrid Full Set:
A Hybrid set is a mixture of classic and volume lashes. It’s the perfect combo and our personal favorite! Our Hybrid babes get both the appearance of eyeliner AND the wispy, fluffy look! It’s completely custom and can take up 2.5 hours to apply. This service is $260.

Eyelash Extension Fills
During a lash fill, we remove the lashes that have grown out (bye Felicia) and replace them with a brand new extension. Clients can switch from classic to hybrid to volume. On average our clients can go 3 weeks between fills, depending on your natural lash cycle and aftercare routine. We love our clients, but we do not want to see you every week or two! Our goal is to get our clients to go as long as possible between fills, for the sake of your wallets but for our availability too! Fills are 1 hour and start at $80.

New Client Fills
Let’s be honest… most salons or lash artists do not apply lash extensions correctly. It’s unfortunate but true. Therefore, if you currently have lash extensions that are not from Lashtastic and you want a fill, you must book a new client consultation first. If the technique is the same (applied correctly) we will then be able to move forward and book a fill appointment. New client fills are 1 hour and 15 minutes. The first new client fill appointment starts at $150, and then moving forward you will be charged regular fill price. With that being said, don’t try booking a new client consult and then a fill appointment right after. The fill appointment will get canceled. Tip: Just book with us! Your lashes will thank you!

If your lash extensions aren’t from us, ask yourself these questions: Can you feel them touching or poking your eyelid? You should never feel your lash extensions! Can you brush them? If so, without snagging? Were you taught how to properly clean them? We hope so! If not, google lash mites eyelash extensions (yep, you read that right) or check out this article: https://www.wsbtv.com/news/trending-now/eye-surgeon-issues-warning-about-mites-found-in-eyelash-extensions-1/741643912

Click here to learn how to clean your lashes. If you can brush through them and keep them clean, you are on the brighter side of getting a new client fill. You’ll still need to book a consultation first. Sorry, not sorry but we really do care about the health and integrity of your natural lashes and need to see the fill first. We understand there are many salons that do not have this requirement and are more than happy to take your hard earned money. But do they really have the wellbeing of your lashes I mind? Hmm…We think not.

Eyelash Lifts
Low maintenance but still want to give your lashes some life? We’ve got you! A lash lift is the beauty equivalent of a push-up bra …Yas please! This treatment gives your natural lashes a lift, separation, and extra definition without using extensions or any harmful chemicals. A lash lift is $105 and takes about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Are your lashes not as dark or defined as you’d like? No problem! Add a lash tint for that extra pop for $125. And since we’re getting fancy, go ahead and add a bottom lash tint for just $20.

Aftercare

Eyelash extensions
DO NOT get your lashes wet for 24 hours (washing your face, sweating, crying etc).
Avoid touching, rubbing and pulling your lashes.
Use extension safe mascara only, apply mascara mid to tip only.
Avoid products that contain oil, propylene glycol, Butylene glycol, & any other glycol-based ingredients.
Do not use an eyelash curler..
Brush your lashes daily, do not brush when they are wet.
Do not use cotton balls or q-tips on your lashes.
Do not attempt to remove or to cut your lash extensions.
Do not perm or tint your lash extensions.
Apply eye cream sparingly & do not touch the lash line.
Gently clean your extensions with a lash cleanser daily.
Schedule a fill every 2-5 weeks.

Lash Tip:
It is normal to lose 3-5 NATURAL LASHES per day. That is 42-70 lashes every 2 weeks. Maintain your LASH EXTENSIONS with regular fills every 2-5 weeks DEPENDING on how fast your lashes grow & shed. The longevity of your extensions will vary based upon YOUR natural lash growth cycle and how well you maintain them between fills. You are required to return with at least 40% of your lash extensions intact to be considered a regular fill price.
Washing your lash extensions plays an integral part in how your lash extensions last, and how comfortable they are for you. If you have ever experienced any itching at the eyelid (with lash extensions or not) it is likely due to a bacteria build up at the eyelid base. Simply taking the time to daily washing of the eyelashes and eyelid keeps bacteria at bay, and ensures each woman has comfortable, gorgeous, and LONG-LASTING lash extensions between fills!
Products containing glycol and/or oil will breaks down the bond of the adhesive prematurely, and causes lashes to “slip” off. Everyone produces sebum (natural oil). Do keep your fingers off your lashes. Every time you touch them you are transferring natural oil and germs..

Reasons for Early Lash Loss:
Inner corners = Rubbing
Outer corners = Sleeping patterns
Missing sections = A product
What Can Happen If You Do Not Properly Maintain Your Lashes
Blepharitis/Demodex(lash mites) is a condition of the eyes that causes inflammation and possible infection of the eyelid due to a blocked eyelash follicle. The blockage normally occurs from sebum (oil), dead skin cells, and bacteria on the natural lash follicle. Over time without treating this condition the hair follicle can become inflamed and eventually causes the lashes to become thin and sparse.

Symptoms of Blepharitis:
Burning Sensation
White flaking on and between lashes
Crusting on the eyelids
Swollen eyes
Itchiness
Redness

Cleaning Your Lash Extensions. Why is it important?
To ensure your lash extensions stay looking beautiful and last longer proper care and maintenance is required. cleaning your lashes/lash line prevents bacterial infections, will make your extensions last longer, and removes excess residue from: working out (sweat), makeup, skin care products, etc.

When should you clean your lashes?
Lash extensions should be cleaned after working out, daily if you wear makeup, and 4-5 times a week if you do not wear makeup. Everyone should brush their lashes daily, do not brush them when they are wet!

How to Clean your Lashes:
Clean your lashes using the cleanser and products provided in your after-care kit.
Using 1-2 drops/pumps of cleanser on your cleansing brush, gently wipe back & forth in side to side options on your lashes/lash line.

Rinse the remaining cleanser off your lashes with water. Once your lashes are dry (placing your hair dryer on a cold setting to dry them will speed the process up.) Brush them with a clean disposable mascara wand.

Note: The lash extensions are place 1-2 mm from your eyelid, it is very easy to get a build up of makeup, dead skin, sweat, and even dirt/dust in between your lash extensions and the base of your eyelid. If you do not clean them properly or daily (after 24 hrs of your appointment) they will start to itch & can lead to Blepharitis, and that is not sexy. The cleaner your lashes are, the longer your extensions will last!

Eyelash Lifts & Tints
For at least 24 hours avoid heat, steam (including cooking over
steaming stovetop), saunas, water, oils, lotions, creams, shampoos, makeup, face washes, makeup remover wipes on lashes.
Because your lashes are still malleable (shape-shifting), a side sleeper or face sleeper may notice that one or both eyes may raise or drop, leaving the lashes misshaped. Sleeping on your back is best.
Be gentle with your lashes; no rubbing.
Avoid waterproof mascara.Gently brush your lashes daily with a clean lash brush./wand.
When removing makeup do not use oil-based products, this can cause lashes to drop prematurely.
Avoid direct sunlight right after your treatment, as this can weaken the lift lotion & fade the tint. .
Book your next eyelash lift & tint treatment around 6-8 weeks.
Results will vary along with the longevity of the lift & tint depending on your individual lash cycle and aftercare.

Spray Tan Aftercare
The following procedures may not affect everyone equally. Here is a list of factors to consider when a spray tan goes awry – causing a light, blotchy or quickly fading tan.
Do not bathe or shower using a loofah, scrub brush, exfoliating gloves or any other abrasive body cleansing item. Simply use your hands to gently wash your skin. Friction is a sunless tan killer.
Do not use anti-acne products that exfoliate or dry the skin – accutane & salicylic acids may cause issues. Skin also peels, which can look unacceptable, especially with a tan.
Antibiotics and other medications that affect your skin may also alter your tan.
Do not use anti-aging products.
Band-Aid or adhesive tape applied to skin will pull off the tan.
Do not use bar soaps, especially deodorant or antibacterial varieties.
Do not use body hair bleach products.
Do not use insect spray, perfume, body spray -when applied directly onto skin, these elements can remove/fade the tan. We suggest to spray clothing directly or disperse a “mist” of spray that you can walk through.
Curél Lotion can unfavorably affect a sunless tan.
Dove soap, Dove shower gel, Victoria’s Secrets, Bath & Body Works can accelerate a tan to fade faster on some customers.
Do not use facial masks and exfoliating scrubs.
Hair-inhibiting lotions (Jergens etc.) tend to make a sunless tan turn yellow.
If you exercise and sweat heavily, your tan may fade more rapidly, especially in arm, knee & between breasts body-fold areas.
During winter months, skin is often very dry which can make a tan expeditiously fade. We suggest applying Infinity Sun Extender hydrating moisturizer twice daily – directly on damp skin after showering and just before bedtime. • Do not use wax or depilatory hair removal products (Nair, Veet, Neet etc.).
Do not use pore type adhesive facial strips or “peel-off” masks.
Shaving exfoliates your skin and can fade a tan. Do not use a dull razor, as it scrapes off more skin – and consequently – your tan. If shaving is necessary, we suggest using a sharp, clean razor along with a lubricating product. Hair conditioner works nicely & usually won’t interfere with your tan. To finish, wash off the conditioner.
Do not use makeup-remover cleaning products or oils used to clean away eye makeup.
Hot tubs or swimming pools contain chlorine that can act to bleach skin. Long, hot baths can soften the skin and affect the tan on some people.

Sweating feet inside footwear or behind knees/arm bends can fade a tan faster, or make the color look greenish or yellowish. Powder those areas with Gold Bond talcum powder.
A woman’s tan may develop differently during various hormonal changes; in the course of ovulation, menstruation or pregnancy. It may result as streaky, patchy, fade improperly or produce a lighter or no color outcome.

Dermaplaning & Chemical Peels
You may experience slight redness and swelling, which should resolve within 24 hours. Makeup can be worn immediately following treatment.
Avoid heat, saunas, hot tubs, and sweaty activity for 24 hours; this includes exercise of any kind.
Avoid products containing any exfoliating agents (retinoic acid, tretinoin, retinol, benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid, astringents, scrubs etc.) for 24n hours after treatment.
You may resume your regular skin care routine 24 hrs after treatment.
Schedule your next treatment as soon as 3 weeks or as needed.

Chemical Peel Post-Treatment
Do not go to a tanning salon for at least 3 weeks after a treatment.
Discontinue use of Retin-A, Renova, Differin or any derivative of Vitamin A for 5 days after your treatment.
Most patients who undergo these treatments have minimal redness for 1-12 hours. Due to the nature of these treatments, you may experience slight flaking for a couple of days. Your skin may feel tight & dry. Apply moisturizer as frequently as needed.
Unless recommended by your technician, do not apply topical medications, AHA/BHA products to the area for 5-7 days after your treatment, as they may be irritating.
It is ideal to allow the skin to stabilize and rest overnight. Makeup can be applied if necessary.
Follow your appropriate home care regimen as directed by your technician. Avoid direct sun exposure & excessive heat for at least 7 days (getting overheated internally can cause hyperpigmentation). Always use sunscreen/sunblock for your protection. Do not pick or pull at any loose skin, as this can cause hyperpigmentation or scarring.
Follow your appropriate home care regimen as directed by your technician. Avoid direct sun exposure & excessive heat for at least 7 days (getting overheated internally can cause hyperpigmentation). Always use sunscreen/sunblock for your protection. Do not pick or pull at any loose skin, as this can cause hyperpigmentation or scarring.
Do not have chemical depilatories or wax the treated area for at least 7 days.
For the next 2 days:
Do not apply ice or ice water to the treated areas. Vinegar soaks may be used if needed.
Do not put the face directly into a hot shower spray. Do not use a steam room, Jacuzzi, or sauna.
Do not go swimming.
Do not participate in activities that would cause excessive perspiration.
Do not use a Buff-Puff or other means of mechanical exfoliation.
Do not direct a hair dryer onto treated areas.

YOUR FIRST FILL FREE for every new client!