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Keratin Lash Lifts

Keratin Lash Lifts are a perming technique of your natural eyelashes that creates a semi-permanent curl as an alternative to using eyelash extensions and curlers. Lifting the lashes from the root creates a natural lengthening and curling effect. A black tint is then added to enhance the look, and the keratin treatment nourishes and thickens the lashes. Lash lifts will last up to 2 months or longer, depending on the shedding cycle of your lashes.


Microblading, also known as 3-D eyebrow embroidery, is a semi-permanent blading technique used to apply a hair-stroke like emphasis to the eyebrows. This technique is used to make the brows look more full, or emphasize shape. Blading is a less invasive type of tattooing. The blade does not saturate the skin as deep as traditional tattooing. The benefit of this semi-permanent technique is that it looks natural and can be changed with style trends over time.

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    Keratin Lash Lifts

  • 1 1/2 hours


  • First Appointment
  • 4 Week Touch-up
  • Long Term Touch-up

  • Please beware, if you wait to long to do a touch up then it could cost you $500.00.

Keratin Lash Lift Preparation & Info

Before your appointment please remove all makeup with a mild cleanser and remove contact lenses if you wear them.

The procedure is safe and will not damage the lashes.

After care: Avoid steam for 24 hours and discontinue the use of lash growth products for 48 hours. Mascara can be applied immediately. Do not use eyelash curlers as they weaken and break eyelashes.

Microblading preparation & Info

Before your appointment please refrain from using blood thinning medications like Aleve, ibuprofen, and aspirin. Abstaining from the use alcohol is also crucial. A week prior to your procedure it is also crucial to refrain from taking vitamin E and fish oil pills. Each of the above listed items can cause excessive bleeding during the blading, which can affect your skin’s ability to accept the ink. Do not use any products that contain AHA’s, Retinol A, glycolic or lactic acid for 72 hours prior to the procedure.

The procedure can last from 1 to 3 years with the proper after care. It is recommended to receive annual touch ups to ensure the saturation of the pigment in the skin.