Desert dwellers prize the camel for having the endurance to conquer the sands and the eyelashes to conquer their hearts. Stock your beauty reserves with today’s Groupon to Lash to Lens in New Rochelle. Choose between the following options:
- For $79, you get a set of eyelash extensions (a $250 value).
- For $89, you get a set of eyelash extensions and one touch-up (a $350 value).<p>
Kesha Lambert Photography and the AboutFace Makeup Artist Network teamed up to create Lash to Lens, a one-stop shop for customized portraiture and modern lifestyle photography. AboutFace founder and senior makeup artist Charlene Armstrong helps enhance natural beauty for photo shoots, special events, and everyday living with face-flattering cosmetic services. An initial eyelash-extension application typically takes between one and three hours, during which clients lay back to take 40 winks while individual synthetics are applied to natural lashes. A curve in the faux fringe creates a natural look, adding length and body so that patrons can flutter their peepers as if they were freshly hatched hummingbirds batting high to the heavens. The extensions’ semipermanent status means they’ll stay put for the duration of a natural lash’s life cycle. Touch-up appointments scheduled two to three weeks after the initial appointment help maintain magnificent eye manes.
Lash to Lens
Kesha Lambert Photography and the AboutFace Makeup Artist Network teamed up to create Lash to Lens, a one-stop shop for customized portraiture and modern lifestyle photography. Published in the New York Times, Boston Herald, and OK! magazine, Kesha Lambert and her supporting cast of savvy shutterbugs create a relaxed and fun environment for capturing life’s most memorable moments, whether it be a candid family photo, a sizzling boudoir portrait, or a reproduction of The Last Supper starring a litter of beagles. Each session is tailored to the client’s style and personality, incorporating clever props and interesting locales to create a customized photo shoot as unique as the subjects it snaps. AboutFace’s senior makeup artist, Charlene Armstrong, uses top-quality beauty products to hide blemishes, eliminate shine, conceal red eyes, and distract attention from obtrusive bunny ears, resulting in camera-ready countenances.