Eyelash extensions give eyes a glamorous look, much like wearing designer frames or contact lenses made of mink fur. Get a stylish look with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for a full set of eyelash extensions (a $200 value)
- $99 for a full set of eyelash extensions and one refill (a $260 value)<p>
During an initial consultation, technicians help clients customize a full set of extensions, when they determine an appropriate length, curl, and color that will flatter facial features. Then, during a two-hour transformation, they strategically bond 75–100 extensions to existing lashes, applying plumes one by one for a fuller, longer look. Refills should be scheduled approximately three weeks later and take approximately 30 minutes. Although results vary among clients, these extensions can last indefinitely with proper care—or at least as long as the natural eyelash growth cycle—and withstand the daily wear and tear of applying mascara and taking pies to the face.<p>
Lash Envy & Day Spa
During more than 15 years in the beauty industry, Tracy Belknap experienced firsthand the positive effects beauty treatments can have on a woman's self-esteem. She helps bolster her clients' confidence with simple beauty solutions and has even seen women cry with joy after a single treatment, a reaction that only strengthened her resolve to found Lash Envy & Day Spa. Though she offers facials and other spa treatments, Tracy has a particular affinity for luxurious eyelash extensions, which she has been applying for the last seven years. The licensed eyelash specialist and her four other lash artists all rely on a steady hand and medical-grade glue to affix the single-strand lashes to 70% or 100% of natural lashes or to the full forehead.
“Make sure you have 15% tip ($37.50) on the regular price not the sale price. ($250). Very nice atmosphere, painless and really natural looking eyelashes.”
“I upgraded to the "signature", so I could go back every 4 weeks rather than every 2. I had a pleasant experience:) Would recommend.”
“Make sure you take your contacts out before you come if you wear them, or bring a case with you :)”