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What You'll Get
Eyelashes developed as a defense mechanism against eye lashes, a common ancient punishment performed with a rudimentary eyelash curler made of old swords. Extend your ocular gatekeepers with today's Groupon: for $99, you get professional eyelash extensions, plus $15 toward your first refill or a complimentary brow, lip, or chin wax from Princess Lashes' Central or Westlake locations (up to a $299 value).
Princess Lashes' expert staff outfits eyelids with individual lashes, using their own line of extensions to create three unique, equally-priced looks (natural, mascara, and diva). The safe, customizable procedure yields semi-permanent results, with recommended 30-minute to one-hour touch-ups every two to three weeks. Post-eyelid-outfitting, take waterproof, thickened lashes for a spin, eschewing mascara and sleeping facedown in puddles without worry. With this Groupon, lash-lovers can receive $15 off their first refill, or opt for a lip, chin, or eyebrow wax (up to an $18 value), removing thick, dark hairs from eyeless parts of the face.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Princess Lashes Boutique & Spa
One morning as Ann Marie was curling her lashes before school, the phone rang. Instead of putting down her eyelash curler, she held it in place as she walked toward the phone, but then tripped over a book and pulled most of her lashes out. Shaken and stirred to action by the incident, she began researching remedies and discovered permanent eyelash extensions. The event inspired her to open Princess Lashes, a beauty boutique where Ann Marie not only augments clients’ lash lines but also certifies other aestheticians in the art of extensions, an art that can be applied during tax season and when trying to make one’s child eligible for the NBA.
In addition to lash treatments, clients can come in to extend their spines with mechanical-traction stretching. Chiropractic therapy further supports structural readjustments, and acupuncture sessions stir blockages in energetic meridians.