Eyelash Extensions at Face To Faces (Up to 60% Off). Three Options Available.

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Up to 60% Off

Customer Reviews

11 Ratings

I have never been so comfortable with someone! Well organized, clean, meticulous, easy going, sweetest person I've met in a while. She made the time go by so fast with great conversation!!! On top of that, I'm extremely pleased with her work. My lashes look great!!! Thank you sissssssssssss haha (inside joke)
Josette A. · August 14, 2017
Carolyn was very friendly and professional. She did a good job.
JoAnn M. · May 15, 2017
Very nice ambience, great results. Owner is great at what she does.
Carol F. · April 29, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $103 for one full set of faux mink 3D lashes ($250 value)
  • $129 for one full set of faux mink 3D lashes and one fill ($325 value)
  • $103 for one full set of silk lashes ($250 value)

Eyelash Extension Adhesive: Super Strong, Super Subtle

Technicians use a special adhesive for individual eyelash extensions that’s available only to trained experts. Read on to see what makes it so special.

Natural-looking yet genetics-defying eyelashes: that’s the goal of eyelash-extension salons. Each tiny extension is attached to an existing lash with a special kind of medical-grade glue that disappears into the lashes so clients can forget they weren’t born looking that way. It’s a delicate process performed by highly trained technicians, but it wouldn’t have been invented if not for a common household item: Super Glue.

In 1942, Dr. Harry Coover invented Super Glue by mistake. While trying to formulate a clear plastic to be used for gun sights at Eastman-Kodak during World War II, he and his team found that one substance was so sticky that it was almost impossible to work with—it would bind to just about anything, with no need for heat, pressure, or pleading. The company eventually put it on the market in 1958. Chemically known as a cyanoacrylate, the adhesive eventually found experimental use in the Vietnam War as a way to quickly close wounds and stop excessive bleeding, giving wounded soldiers more time to seek medical help in the field. Eventually the FDA approved forms of it for use in medicine.

Today, different cyanoacrylate formulations are used in dental surgery, to rejoin veins, and in the eyelash salon. Despite its ancestor’s application of bonding skin, eyelash-extension glue is meant to touch the lash only. To avoid contact with the lid, the glue is applied to the extension rather than the natural lash. Then it’s held against the lash with tiny tweezers for the 30–40 seconds it takes for the chemical bond to form—and repeated dozens of times until the lids are as lushly curtained as the client likes.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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