Types of Beauty Treatments

Eyelash Extensions

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Beyonce, Angelina Jolie, J.Lo, Madonna, Katy Perry all have them. Heck, even Michelle Obama does! Those long, stunning, gorgeous eyelashes that sweep across the eye with mystery, allure & sex appeal. But not everything is as it seems. These ladies have all mastered the look by having eyelashe extensions applied by a competent, professional Lash Technician.


The good news is that now you can too & you don't need a celebrity bank account to pay for it. Eyelash Extensions are an affordable way to wake up to thick, natural-looking, drop dead lashes & never use mascara again. Goodbye panda eyes!


Each lash is applied individually to the eye & consists of either a natural or synthetic fibre. Typically a full set will include 60-80 lashes whilst a half set (from middle to outer lid) is 30-40 lashes. Dash out & grab a set. You won't regret it!

Long, thick, luxurious lashes are enviable. They frame the eye & create a sexy sweeping motion that is mesmorising. Throughout the ages, women have developed a variety of tools in their quest to enhance, lengthen & thicken their eyelashes. Mascara dates back several centuries & Hollywood's silver screen era saw Directors develop the first false lashes so that the Star would had lashes "that brushed her cheeks, to make her eyes shine larger than life."


The 1960's was all about the "Bambi-like" strip lashes that fluttered & danced above thick coats of pink or blue powder. Today, while the application has advanced, long lashes are a coveted feature of beautiful eyes & one, which fortunately, is easily obtained from a professional salon.

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