Eyelash Extensions

Who doesn’t need a little lash drama from time to time? Choose between our Mink Lashes, or our very well known Luxury Siberian Eyelash Extensions.  C’mon, you cant deny you don’t want to try making your Lashes PoP!

Luxury Line 

Siberian Mink Natural      $350
Siberian Mink Glam         $450

Regular Line 

Mink Natural $200

Mink Glam    $300

     Express Eyelash Extensions $250 

Express Lashes is simply that! The application process is different. We attach 3 to 4 lashes in 1 

Bottom Lashes   $150  

Refill                  $150
Lash Removal    $100 


Finding the right person to do your lash extensions is a lot like choosing a tattoo artist, or a hairstylist, or cosmetic surgeon: There are a lot of bad ones out there, so it's worth doing your research. You get what you pay for, which brings me to my second piece of advice: Be careful if you're looking for deals. Lash extensions are a lot easier to screw up than they are to get right. If you go to a chop shop or an inexperienced lash stylist, chances are, you're going to end up with uneven, clumpy looking lashes. Even worse, they can damage your natural lashes. Badly done extensions can easily tear out your real lashes, which oftentimes deadens the root and prevents regrowth.

I'm not telling you not to scroll through Deals or whatever, but if you find a deal that catches your eye, research the company before making the appointment.


It's up to you! Your lash stylist will talk to you about why you're getting lash extensions, what you want to get out of them, and the look you're going for. We could do so much.


Lash extensions are imitation singular eyelashes that are dipped in glue and adhered to your individual lashes one by one. The three most common types of extensions are silk, mink, and synthetic. Silk and Mink are very luxurious, while our Synthetic line is not as luxurious due to the fact that they appear a bit glossy but non the less they look great!


You will be laying down flat on your back, while an amazing lash stylist takes a seat above your head. We place eye pads infused with a choice of collagen, brightening, or hydrating treatment. The whole process will take about 1 hour for a Narural Set and about  1 and a half hours for a Glam Set.  Most people fall asleep during the procedure (hashtag #lashnap) which shows just how noninvasive it is.


I initially thought I wouldn't ever be able to take a hot shower again, or go to hot yoga. Those were my two main concerns. Not so. the glue needs a full 24 hours to cure, so in that time, do not expose your lashes to any water or heat, but after, I could live my life normally. Some lash artists will tell you to wait a full 48 hours, but it depends on who you go to, the kind extensions, and what kind of glue they use.

When it comes to makeup and skincare, stay away from any oil-based products, like moisturizers or makeup removers, as they can break down the adhesive. No waterproof mascara, because it's harder to remove and can easily pull the extensions off. Truthfully, you're not going to need mascara at all, but then again, I didn't need eyelash extensions, so whatever. If you do use mascara, focus on the tips of the lashes, staying away from the lash line, near where your lashes are glued.

It's also recommended that you sleep on your back, to prevent premature lash loss that would come with laying on your side and rubbing your lashes on your pillow. This presents a problem for some that sleep exclusively on a side, in a ball. Just make sure to keep your lashes off the edge of the pillow, which is easier than it sounds.

"No rough stuff ;-)" for the record.

Overall, you should be careful with your lashes, but you don't need to be too careful. You don't need to relearn to live your entire life, the way  you would if you'd  just gotten a set of stiletto nails. The biggest thing to remember is to gently dry your face with your towel when you're  fresh out of the shower.


The lash glue adheres the extensions to your lashes permanently, so they shed with the natural growth cycle of your eyelashes, which is about 6-8 weeks. All of your lashes are on a different growth cycle, and everyone sheds differently depending on their lifestyle. It is usually recommended to get your lashes filled every 2-4 weeks.

Normal person has 90 to 120 natural lashes per eye (upper lid) 

Each eye sheds approximately  2-5 lashes per day

Average loss per day 3

1 week loss    21 lashes
2 weeks loss  42 lashes
3 weeks loss  63 lashes

Lash Aftercare:

Do not wash or shower and avoid steam and sweat for 5 hours after lash application.
Avoid rubbing or pulling your eyelashes.
Avoid oil-based and waterproof mascaras/makeup removers.
Only use Eyelash Extensions safe mascara.
Do not use an Eyelash curler on your extensions.
Clean your extensions with an oil-free remover everyday.
Book a fill appointment very 2-4 weeks, to fill in the areas where your natural lashes have fallen out and new lashes are growing in.