Lashes are natural protectors—they swat away dust from your eyes and intimidate neighborhood venus flytraps that try to bully your pet honeybee. Primp your first defense with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for one Japanese eyelash perm (a $50 value)
- $50 for three Japanese eyelash perms (a $145 value)<p>
To begin the 45- to 60-minute process, a technician evaluates the client’s skin to ensure it will tolerate the mild perming cream. After the solution is gently applied, the top lashes are rolled into a silicone mold of the client’s choice to create an alluring swoop. A conditioning treatment leaves lashes lustrous for approximately four–six weeks.
Eyelash Parlor Lavilash
Eyelash Parlor Lavilash’s owner, Kiki, found inspiration for the business in her own beauty routine, which she squeezed in between triathlons and martial-arts classes. That was in 2005, and Kiki had already accrued more than six years of experience performing eyelash perms and teaching the technique throughout southeast Asia. Her business plan quickly came into focus. She opened a studio devoted to infusing eyelashes with a curl that lasts four–six weeks through weather and hard wear, dispatching with the need for daily mascara application and damaging mechanical curling or extensions.
The procedure is surprisingly similar to a salon visit. After the mild perm cream coats eyelashes, a silicone roller—chosen from a collection of 42 options—shapes the eyelashes into arcs ranging from demure to diva, and a complimentary collagen treatment conditions each tendril to a high gloss. Kiki works with a team of technicians to safely create new looks and correct unsuccessful perms perpetrated by other salons. She also teaches the method to professional aestheticians and lay folk hoping to streamline their own makeup routine.
88% of 265 customers recommend
“Was nice.. simple and anexpensive for the services...”
“This is an amazing service. It changes ur whole face. Gigi and Momo are great at what they do and the price with Groupon shouldnt be passed up.”
“They do a really good job but customer service has a long way to go. The girls don't bother speaking English much or even explaining the process which made it an...”
“They do a really good job but customer service has a long way to go. The girls don't bother speaking English much or even explaining the process which made it an extremely uncomfortable first time and that uneasiness didn't get much easier the next couple of times. But they did a great job with my eyelashes.”