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Eyelash Extensions                          (262) 470-0077

Long lashes are as intrinsic to beauty as is natural looking makeup and flawless skin...

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FYI: If any permanent makeup photographs are not copyrighted by the permanent makeup technician you are considering, you may be making a grave mistake by choosing her/him. (Permanent makeup photographs are oftentimes sold to technicians for their advertising needs, and/or sometimes stolen from other websites.) Therefore, it would make good sense that "legitimate" copyrighted gallery photographs be publicly displayed, not privately concealed within an office portfolio.

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-No mascara is being worn in After photos.
   

 
FAQ
I) What are eyelash extensions?
Eyelash extensions accentuate the beauty of your own eyes. The process is a semi-permanent one and involves the professional adhering of a synthetic lash to each individual lash of your own. This process results in a beautiful, lush and natural extension of your own lash line.

2) How will they feel and how will they look?
They will feel weightless and natural during the day and evening. Your lashes will look fuller, more defined, longer and thicker. You will no longer need to wear mascara.

3) How long will they last?
When properly applied, they will last the full cycle of your natural lash cycle. The life cycle of a natural lash is the amount of time it takes for a natural lash to grow in and fall out. A person's natural eyelash typically falls out every 60-90 days and is naturally replaced with a new eyelash. Due to this cycle, "eyelash fills" are recommended every 2-4 weeks, although can last up to 2 months, so as to fill in the areas where new lashes are growing in.

4) How is the procedure done?
You will lye in a relaxed position as each synthetic lash is adhered to your individual lashes. This process takes approximately 2 hours, depending upon the amount of synthetic lashes applied. Each treatment usually involves attaching approximately 25-30 lashes per eye.

5) Does it hurt?
No. You will rest comfortably with your eyes closed during the entire application. Most people even drift off to sleep...

6) What are the benefits of eyelash extensions?
Needless to say, your lash line will look natural and simply gorgeous. No more mascara or eye makeup remover will be necessary, and no major after-care is required. The lashes will shed naturally along with your natural lash shedding cycle.

7) How much does it cost?
The initial procedure will cost $225.00. The "touch-up" or "fills" which are scheduled approximately 2-4 weeks following the initial appointment, will cost $75.00 and will take approximately 45-60 minutes to complete.

8) Will an eyelash enhancement keep me from engaging in normal activities?
It is very important to closely follow the After-Care Instructions immediately following your eyelash extension procedure. After the first 48 hours, you will be able to enjoy showering, swimming, exercising and other daily activities worry-free with no lifestyle change.

9) Is this the same type of procedure that Hollywood is raving about?
Yes. According to the ABC News, Good Morning America, dated January 2 I, 2006, it reports that Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan have them, and J. Lo's eyelash extensions are made of mink. Even more extreme, Madonna's lashes are $10,000.00 and are studded with diamonds. Lindsay Lohan, along with other stars, report using eyelash extensions to make their eyes stand out.

 
Eyelash Extension After Care Instructions


It is very important to follow these instructions thoroughly...

THE FIRST 24 HOURS...

DO NOT get lashes wet in order to allow glue to dry thoroughly.

AVOID hot steam from the shower and sauna.

LEAVE THEM ALONE... be gentle with your new lashes.
Do not rub your eyes excessively.
Do not wear any mascara or use an eyelash curler.
Do not wash them.

AFTER 24 HOURS...

AVOID OIL-BASED CLEANSERS, LOTION OR EYE MAKEUP REMOVERS. These products will dissolve the eyelash bonding agent. Instead, use plain water or water-based gel cleansers. You may wish to use a Q-tip to gently remove eye makeup around the lash line.

DO NOT USE WATERPROOF MASCARA. The ingredients in this type of mascara will dissolve the bonding agent and your lashes will fall off.

IF YOU FEEL YOU MUST WEAR MASCARA... apply only a "water-based" mascara on your lash tips, not at the base of your lashes. Application at the lash base may break the lash and/or create a clump of mascara in your lash line. Lynn Duncan has the recommended water-based mascaras in stock, if desired.

Again, most women do not feel the need to apply any mascara at all. If you accidentally drop some powder on your lashes, simply remove with a Q-tip moistened in plain water in order for your dark lashes to reappear again.

AVOID USING A MECHANICAL EYELASH CURLER. Instead, use a heated eyelash curler sparingly. Prolonged heat to the lashes may cause them to come loose. Lynn Duncan has the recommended heated eyelash curlers in stock, if desired.

SCHEDULE A "TOUCH-UP" PROCEDURE IN 2-4 WEEKS. "Touch-ups" or "fills" are highly recommended in order to maintain a full, lush lash line. They take less time than an initial application and are at a reduced price.

OR....
You May Consider Using "Lilash" for "natural" eyelash extensions!
Priced at: $150 for up to 5-6 months of continued beauty!



Many of you have commented on my "eyelash extensions" and have been surprised to hear that I've been using "LiLash Eyelash Conditioner," and don't have extensions! The reason I love "LiLash" as compared to Latisse is because:

1) It's much more economical...LiLash costs $150 for a 5-6 month supply, and Latisse costs $120 for a 1 month supply

2) LiLash does NOT turn your iris brown if you have either blue or green eyes. Latisse may turn your iris brown.

3)
LiLash does NOT hyperpigment your eyelids.

4)
LiLash comes with a 90-day, money-back guarantee. I know many of you are currently using LiLash, and are very pleased with the results. For those of you who are tentative about trying it, please remember that there is a 90-day guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the results of LiLash, you can return the product to me within 90 days and receive a full refund! How can you go wrong? Try it you'll love it! What a great compliment to your permanent eyeliner!

And
, I'm also selling "
LiBrow!" LiBrow works just as well as LiLash, however, obviously, you apply it to your brows rather than your lashline. It too works like a charm! And it carries the same 90-day money-back guarantee.