Semi-Permanent Eyelashes — More Effective!

Makeup is great, no one is denying that. Cosmetics have been used since the dawn of civilization. Nefertiti, the famous queen of ancient Egypt, used eyeliner to highlight her eyes. Thousands of years later, we still use many of the same methods to apply beauty products.

A newer invention, however, is the semi-permanent eyelash. Why change something that’s been around for millennia? Because it’s more effective. The real question is, why not?

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The eyelash extension is used to augment the eye by making it look larger and more appealing. Large eyes undeniably attractive, after all.

Along with making the eye appear larger, extensions help distinguish the lashes, so when eyeliner is applied, the dark outer lines do not hide the distinct vertical lines of the lashes.

Occasionally, eyelashes will thin. If lashes are lost, growing back thick lashes can be a long struggle. In this case, getting eyelash extensions in Studio City or semi-permanent lashes can really help develop an attractive, enhanced look.

Finally — the greatest benefit of all may be no smudged makeup. Chunks of makeup for eyelashes can spread around, making a mess or coming off in wet conditions. With attached eyelashes, these issues just go away. (You can bet Nefertiti would have used semi-permanent eyelashes if they had been available!)

Enjoy all the beautiful benefits of big lashes without any of the trouble. Save time in the morning by reducing the makeup routine, and save time in the evening by not needing to clean it up. It is also cost efficient, because it is applied once and done. No dipping into the makeup jar every morning.

Curious? Book a consultation to learn more.

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