What You'll Get
Eyelashes developed to protect delicate eyeballs from sweat, dust, and the sight of seeing new generations shamefully walking upright. Shield precious peepers while enhancing their pop with today's Groupon: for $150, you get a full set of lashes (a $300 value) at Integrity in Pasadena.
Integrity's Tussanee Luebbers is a Lavish lash professional who artfully boosts the volume and thickness of fluttering flirters with 60–100+ individual extensions per eye. During the two-hour lash-application process, Tussanee adheres each microfiber polyester extension to its own lash follicle, creating a legally monogamous union that, like a celebrity marriage, can last up to six weeks with suggested biweekly maintenance. The new eye frames come in a plethora of lengths, thicknesses, and curl shapes, accentuating sight orbs with dramatic intensity or everyday glamour without harming natural lashes.
Integrity's lash adhesive allows bearers to shower, sleep, and sob at reruns of the M.A.S.H finale without fear of ruinous repercussions. Luxurious décor bedecks the studio in brocades and silks, with relaxing 1940s melodies transporting guests to a period of classic style and glamour.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Integrity Lash
Each of the six state-licensed lash designers at Integrity Lash maintains strict standards of hygiene and personal attention, performing all applications in a private room with a pre-sanitized set of tools for each client. Drawing from an inventory of more than 3.5 million lashes that vary in length, curl, thickness, and ability to support a perching butterfly, designers apply extensions one by one using medical-grade equipment and adhesives that are checked daily for freshness. Surgical magnifying loupes, broad-spectrum lighting, and ultra-fine tweezers make technicians’ work as precise as possible.