What You'll Get
Eyelashes were an evolutionary adaptation that developed to protect pupils from airborne contaminants and unkempt packs of wandering eyebrows. Flutter humankind's most seductive innovation with today's Groupon: for $12, you get two boxes of vibrant or natural false lashes at Luxe in Burnaby (a $28 value).
Luxe dresses up peepers with a spectrum of false lashes, helping customers enhance their natural beauty or create a dramatic look. Wearers can elect to add subtle flair to everyday style with a set of the natural lashes or flaunt skyscraping eye whiskers with a pair from the vibrant collection. Each box contains three pairs of lashes, and customers can wink at passersby with their choice of up to 20 styles of eye awnings, including the ever-popular dark and luscious for a theatrical mod vibe or the extra soft for stuffing lackluster down pillows. The thickening and lengthening effects of all Luxe products accentuate face windows with instant glamour, and customers can create a signature style by simultaneously wearing two different lash designs.
Luxe provides an online application and removal tutorial, including a helpful how-to video that shows clients the correct way to properly adhere and adjust the luxurious eye designs on their face or their fashion-forward turtle. The eyelash emporium is also set to expand its arsenal of embellishments with premium and individual lashes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
ShopandModel—an exclusive online retailer of Luxe Lashes and an authorized seller of Geo contact lenses—stocks more than 50,000 pairs of false eyelashes, more than 10,000 pairs of two-tone prescription and nonprescription contact lenses, and a slew of fashion accessories. The staff ships orders within 24 hours, whether they hold clip-in hair extensions made from 100 per cent human hair, or bead- and bow-adorned headbands. They also fill the virtual shelves with a hodgepodge of funky and formal jewellery pieces, such as earrings shaped like teardrops or bracelets that look like a snakes—a favourite among people who prefer to tell time by snake-shedding cycles.