• Lash Enhancement
  • Lash enhancement
  • Lash enhancement

Lash Enhancement

Who doesn’t their lashes to appear full and beautiful?

Lash enhancement just might be what you’re looking for.

This is a very popular service and rightfully so. Here is what Allure Magazine had to say recently about lash enhancement:

“It appears that lash enhancement tattoos are the next beauty treatment on the rise…”

Lash Enhancement creates a subtle, natural look, mimicking thousands of tiny eyelashes with the implantation of pigments in the lash line. Additional shadowing of color can be added for a soft natural liner or a bolder, definite line. Ophthalmologists recommend intradermal cosmetic procedures for those who are allergic to conventional makeup and for those wearing contact lenses.

The tattoos can be added to your top or lower lashline, or both, so either way you will see instant noticeable definition to your eyes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much does it cost?

A:The cost for upper and lower lash enhancement is $549. Upper only is $399.00

Q: How long do the results last?

A: Similar to permanent eyeliner, this treatment will require a touch-up after 4-6 weeks. Once your touch-up is done the results last up to 3-5 years.

Q: Are the pigments and process safe?

A: Yes. Treatment is performed with disposable sterile tools (PhiBrush), and pigments are produced in accordance with the highest standards.

Q: Is the process painful?

A: Pain during the treatment is relative. Clients with anxiety or fear about the procedure as well as female clients who are menstruating usually feel more pain. Other clients compare the pain to plucking eyebrows. I can use mild anesthetics in the form of cream or liquid that can almost entirely eliminate the pain during the treatment if you prefer.

Q. What precautions do I need to take prior to treatment?

A: The skin must not be in the inflammatory process or the process of healing and regeneration before each treatment. You should not be currently taking any steroid medication. Avoid alcohol the night before your treatment. The following should be avoided for 30 days prior to the treatment:

  • Botox and fillers
  • Fruit or milk acids
  • Laser treatments
  • Chemical peelings
  • Exposure to strong sunlight