From Our Editors
Before earning her medical aesthetics certification from the Metroplex Health System in Killeen, De Lash Epiphany owner Sheneta S. Coleman worked as a registered nurse for years, developing her compassionate bedside manner as she cared for intensive-care patients as well as recipients of cosmetic surgery. Today, she takes that same compassion and patience chairside, putting clients at ease as she helps them to build full, healthy-looking lash lines. A certified Xtreme Lashes stylist, Sheneta delicately applies the synthetic strands one by one to the real lashes, a process that ensures they'll shed naturally over the course of two–four weeks.
Xtreme Lashes taper to a fine point and follow a natural curl that draws attention to the eyes, giving clients more opportunities to win staring contests. Unlike some extensions that are made from mink or other animal hairs, Xtreme Lashes are made from polyester, making them more durable and less likely to cause an allergic reaction.