Please keep in mind that the spa owner is self-employed, so spots are limited. Classic extensions are unavailable at this time. I apologize for the inconvenience and please check back in at another time. Thank you for your consideration!
Classic lash extensions are a single extension that is placed onto a single lash. Volume lash extensions are thinner and lighter than classic lash extensions. The lash technician will then use their tweezers to create their own fans out of them, dip the tip of it into the adhesive, and carefully place the extension onto a single lash. Hybrids are an even blend of classic and volume lashes.
Any client who goes 5-6 weeks without a fill, will have to pay for a full set of lashes. Mega volume lashes that are over 14mm long are not available at the spa.
Volume Lash Extensions
Full Set $200. Seasonal special $150-$175 see homepage for details.
60 Min. Fill $80
70 Min. Fill $87
80 Min. Fill $94
90 Min. Fill $100
Mega Volume Lashes: Unavailable
Hybrid Lash Extensions
Full Set $165
60 Min. Fill $75
70 Min. Fill $82
80 Min. Fill $89
90 Min. Fill $95
Classic Lash Extensions
Full Set $155
60 Min. Fill $70
70 Min. Fill $77
80 Min. Fill $84
90 Min. Fill $90
Lash extension removal is $35.
30 minute test patch for sensitive eyes is $35.
Add on a hydrating jelly mask onto your lash fill for only $22. Colored lashes are available upon request for an extra $5 per fill for ombre or $10 for the skunk stripe in the outer corner. Call/text the spa for more details.
Aftercare Instructions for Eyelash Extensions
- Try your best to sleep on your back as much as possible or on the corner of your pillow if you sleep on your side. Silk pillowcases are known to be the best material for lash extensions.
- Only brush your lashes with a mascara wand when they are completely dry and only brush the tips of your lashes.
- Don’t get your lashes wet for 48 hours after your first appointment and after every fill.
- Don’t wear any eye makeup to your appointments. Refrain from wearing eye shadow, mascara, or strip lashes four days before your appointment.
- Only use a water base mascara that’s not waterproof. Apply to just the tips of your lashes and avoid the extensions.
- Never use concealer, foundation, BB cream, cream eye shadow, eye shadow primer, or liquid eyeliner on your eyelid.
- Preferred eyeliner to use is a dark eye shadow. Then use a wet, pointed brush to apply it onto the lash line.
- Only use 100% mineral makeup.
- Avoid applying any eye creams on your eyelid. If your eyelid is feeling dry, use a water base eye gel. My spa carries a brand that won’t break down the lash glue. Lightly blot a small amount onto the eyelid.
- Remember to wash your lashes once every three days. Water base foamy cleansers are sold at the spa.
- Don’t use brushes, Q-tips, sponges, or washcloths to clean your lashes. Only use your fingertips.
- Only use lukewarm water to clean your lashes.
- Don’t blow dry your lashes when they are wet.
- When washing out your shampoo and conditioner, let the water only stream down your hair and not over your face. Shower guards are available at the spa.
- When washing your face, don’t let the facial cleanser get in your lashes. Wipe off the soap with a wet hand or sponge. Non scented baby wipes also work best.
- Never stick your face directly under a shower nozzle. Wear goggles if you do.
- Keep eyes covered with tanning goggles or your hand if you are using a makeup setting spray, hairspray, toner, or any other hair/skin products that has a spray nozzle. Use cotton rounds for facial toners. Use tanning goggles if you go spray tanning.
- Limit your time in extremely hot saunas, and wear goggles if you are using a steam machine with your facial or are going inside of a steam room.
- Doing hot yoga on a regular basis requires more upkeep on the lashes. Bring a towel with you and to blot the sweat off the eyelids as often as you can. Wear a sweat band over the middle forehead area to prevent the sweat from constantly dripping down into the lashes. Try to go to class on a day that you already have to wash your lashes.
- Always use goggles when you are swimming or at a water park.
- Wear large sunglasses if you are on a boat, ferry, or convertible.
- Avoid rubbing or picking at your lashes.
- Never use eyelash curlers.
- Regardless of whether you have lash extensions or not, it’s recommended that everyone take an organic biotin supplement, which are good vitamins for hair, skin, and nails.
- If you have forgotten how to wash your lashes, are not sure which products could potentially break down the glue, or have other any questions, please ask me and I’ll go over everything.
305 Columbia Ave, Marysville, WA 98270. Call/text (206) 291-2926.