Full Set of Natural- or Glamour-Lash Extensions at Lash Extensions by Angie Chavez (Up to 59% Off)

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Angie applies lashes one by one to create a natural look that's thicker and fuller

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Eyelash extensions give eyes a glamorous look, much like wearing designer frames or contact lenses made of mink fur. Get a stylish look with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $59 for a full set of natural-lash extensions (a $130 value)
  • $65 for a full set of glamour-lash extensions (a $160 value)

Natural- and glamour-lash extensions each look longer and thicker than original lashes, but natural extensions have a subtle effect, and glamour lashes have a bolder appearance. Angie recommends that clients return every two to three weeks for touchups ($35/visit), which help sets last for up to six months.

Lash Extensions by Angie Chavez

Certified lash technician Angie Chavez skillfully applies synthetic- and real-mink lashes one by one, taking the time to create thicker, fuller lash lines that still look natural. Angie says clients recognize the difference between professional results and amateur ones. "I do good work," she says. "There's a lot of people who don't know how to use individual-lash extensions," she says, citing horror stories—four extensions glued to a single natural lash, or eyelashes all glued together. She patiently attaches her extensions lash by lash, creating a three-dimensional look that draws attention to the eyes and away from second noses.

Lash Extensions by Angie Chavez

Certified lash technician Angie Chavez skillfully applies synthetic- and real-mink lashes one by one, taking the time to create thicker, fuller lash lines that still look natural. Angie says clients recognize the difference between professional results and amateur ones. "I do good work," she says. "There's a lot of people who don't know how to use individual-lash extensions," she says, citing horror stories—four extensions glued to a single natural lash, or eyelashes all glued together. She patiently attaches her extensions lash by lash, creating a three-dimensional look that draws attention to the eyes and away from second noses.

Upkeep essentials, such as electric toothbrushes and laser hair removal