HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT
Please arrive to all scheduled appointments with clean lashes (make sure to avoid cleansing with any products containing oil/glycerin). If I need to clean your lashes, it will cut in to your appointment time and can affect your retention. If you haven't been maintaining a regular cleaning schedule and following the aftercare guidelines, build-up will inhibit me from being able to lash/fill you.
Fills vs Full Setts
You are required to have at least 40% of your extensions in order to book a fill. If you have less than 40% of your extensions remaining, it will be considered a full set.
Fills must be scheduled within 3 weeks of your last appointment. Any appointments scheduled beyond 3 weeks will be considered a full set.
The studio is located in the brick building with blue sides and it is all the way at the top of the stairs.
For payment methods, I accept cash and Venmo.
Click here to download the Venmo app. It is a simple way to transfer money safely and efficiently.
S H H H H !
There is a no talking policy so that I can give your lashes my fullest attention- I use very detailed layering and mapping techniques! This will keep your eyes calm and keep those gel pads in place. Bringing headphones for your own music, audio books, or podcasts is a great idea!
Please understand that 2-3.5 hours is a long time. Make sure you can lay VERY STILL for extended lengths without issue. Too much movement may prevent me from being able to lash!
WHAT NOT TO BrING
Children, family, friends, and pets are not permitted as they may be a safety hazard. My work requires extreme concentration and precision, so please do not bring visitors with you to your appointment.
WHAT TO AVOID & WHAT TO REMEMBER
No gum. And please avoid caffeine prior to your appointment as it may cause your eyelids to flutter. Remember to eat and use the restroom (you will not be able to use the restroom during your service!) Please put your phones on silent. You will NOT be able to open your eyes once the service has started. Sleeping and snoring are very welcome!