Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash Extensions Services:

Eyelash Extensions offers you the professional way to beautiful, longer, thicker and fuller lashes.  Lashes’ make all the difference in the wearer’s appearance. Thick and beautifully curled, these lashes are completely safe for skin, eyes, and contact lenses. Just like real lashes, they are resistant to water, pool chlorine, and perspiration.

Natural Set (60-80 pieces per eye) $120
Our natural, yet noticeable look.  These lashes will give you the subtle lift you’re looking for! Please reserve 1 hour and 15 mins – 1.5 hours

  • 2 weeks Fill-in $50
  • 3 weeks touch-up $60
  • Must have at least 1/3 of lash set remaining, otherwise will be considered a new set.

Full Set (80-100 pieces per eye) $140
Our most popular look!  From the office superstar, to the party rockstar!  A mascara look day and night!
Please reserve 1.5 – 2 hours

  • 2 weeks Fill-in $50
  • 3 weeks touch-up $60
  • Must have at least 1/3 of lash set remaining, otherwise will be considered a new set.

Glamour Set (up to 120 pieces per eye) $165
Get noticed across the room true lash luxury, these babies will keep you looking VIP
Please reserve 2- 2.5 hours

  • No Retouch with Glamour Set

Lash Removal $30

We require a credit card number to hold an appointment.  The card will only be charged in the event of a no-show or late cancellation. Eyelash Extensions is by APPOINTMENTS ONLY!


If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, please let us know 24 hours before your scheduled appointment. No-shows or cancellations within 24 hours of scheduled appointment will be charged 100% of the original cost of the treatment.


Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes before your scheduled appointment to fill out intake forms. We cannot assure that you will be seen if you are 15 or more minutes late for your appointment. Please understand that the treatments need their allocated time to get the best result possible, we cannot rush or cut corners.

Most common asked questions

1. What are Lash Extensions?
They are the first innovation in lash lengthening that can be worn daily, without nightly removal. Each lash extension is applied to a single natural lash, the final result is of effortless glamour and difficult to detect even close up.

2. How long do they last?
When properly applied, lash extensions can be worn throughout the year with proper maintenance. Touch-ups are recommended after the initial full set application to refill any lashes that have cycled out. To maintain the full, thick appearance of a new set of lashes a visit of every 2-3 weeks is recommended.

3. What should I do prior to my appointment?
Try to arrive without any eye makeup, no contact lenses and do not curl your lashes that day.

4. How should I care for my lashes? 
{ first 24 hours } Avoid showering, steam rooms, massages and facials after lash application. Do not wet the lashes and absolutely no crying! { after 24 hours } • Use an oil-free makeup remover to keep your eyes clean. It’s also a great way to remove your eye makeup.

5. How do I make my lashes last as long as they possibly can? 
Avoid touching, rubbing your eyes or any waterproof mascara. Dirt and grime can disintegrate the glue and many eyeliners are oil-based. This isn’t to say DON’T, however keeping the lashes free of oil and dirt will definitely add to their longevity.

6. Do lash extensions cause your lashes to fall out? 
The application of lash extensions will not cause hair loss, nor will it cause eyelashes to fall out. However, if you pull them out, well, then… you’ve pulled them out! Remember that your natural lashes have their own life cycle of falling and growing – like the hair found elsewhere on your body. It’s hard to notice small lashes falling out, but when attached to a thicker, longer lash it’s hard not to notice! And of course, once the extensions are removed, your own eyes may appear smaller, your natural lashes, shorter and sparser because you’ve been accustomed to a full set of longer, thicker lashes! Some use extensions for special occasions, others are addicts for life!

Common concerns for after-care:


  • Do use ONLY water based (oil-free) eye make-up and eye make-up remover: Use a small, cotton based tipped applicator to gently remove eye-make up.
  • Do be gentle while cleansing the eye area and pat lashes dry.
  • Do use JB Lashes’ iLashCare, Longer Life Coating Sealer: Our specially formulated coating sealer will help protect and extend the life of your lashes from harmful particles such as dirt and oil.
  • Do schedule a touch-up session: The natural lash life cycle is about 100 days and the eyelash extensions may fall off during this period of negligent care by client. Touch-ups are recommended to be done every 2 weeks to replace any lashes that may have fallen off within that time period.
  • Do use Image Skincare I Beauty brow and lash enhancement serum. It helps to frame your eyes with lengthier lashes and full, healthy brows with this specialty serum, an intensive blend of peptides, conditioners and plant stem cell extracts that supports healthy follicles and protects against breakage. It enhances short or sparse lashes and brows by visibly improving thickness and length. We now carry it in our spa.


  • Don’t use regular, over-the-counter mascaras: We recommend using JB Lashes specially formulated for eyelash extensions, iLashCare Volume Up Coating Mascara. Use this mascara only on the tips of the extensions – do not apply from the root of eyelashes! We now carry the mascara.
  • Don’t use manual lash curlers: This will break both extensions and natural lashes! Instead, we recommend using JB Lashes’ Heated Eyelash Extension Curler. Use to curl lashes only on the tips of the extensions – do not heat from the root of eyelashes! We now carry the heated curler.
  • Don’t receive acidic facials: Acidic peels such as Chemical Peels, Alpha and/or Beta Hydroxy Peels will dissolve the bonding agent of eyelash extensions.
  • Don’t excessively rub lashes or eyes while washing face.
  • Don’t use oil-based eye products around or on the eyes. Oil-based products around or on the eyes will dissolve the bonding agent of eyelash extensions.

NOTE: There are no refunds on eyelash extension services. There is no guarantee on how long the extensions will last.


Contraindications such as conjunctivitis, styes and hay fever should be avoided at all times while doing eyelash extensions. Conjunctivitis and styes are both highly contagious and you do not want to risk contamination and spreading the infection to future clients. Similarly, it is suggested that if you are an “eye rubber” due to allergies such as hay fever, if rubbing your eyes is just a habit, or in the past you have experienced sensitivity around the eye area after using skin care or makeup, the eyelash extensions may not agree with you. Additionally, the use of prescribed medicated eye drops or ointment may coat the lashes and cause them to clump resulting in an unnatural and unappealing look. 

ConjunctivitisConjunctivitis is an eye infection caused by a bacteria or virus. Symptoms include eye redness, a discharge and swollen lids. Conjunctivitis is treated with antibacterial eye drops or ointment. It is highly contagious and a client with conjunctivitis must not be treated until the infection has completely gone. 

Stye: A stye is a sore and red lump near the edge of an eyelid. A stye is an infection of the eyelash follicle, usually caused by the staphylococcus bacterium. Most styes get better within a few days. Treatment options include hot compresses and antibiotic creams. Professional lancing and drainage may be needed in severe cases

Hay fever: Hay fever is also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis. The symptoms of hay fever include sneezing, a runny nose and itchy eyes which are triggered by an allergic reaction to grass, tree and weed pollen as well as other particles in the air, usually in the spring ans summer. 

There is no guaranteed life span on the extensions. With proper care, your eyelash extensions can last anywhere from 3 – 6 weeks. A natural lash cycle is 28 days. When your natural lash sheds, the extension sheds with it! However, there are many factors that determine the life of the extensions, such as natural lash style, oiliness of hair, ingredients in products used such as shampoo or skin care, and physical activity level. Please read contraindications before scheduling an appointment.

• Clients who are allergic to any adhesives (glue, tape, band-aids, etc.)              

• Clients who have a history of lash loss

• Clients who have undergone chemotherapy within the past 6 months          

•Clients who have received lasik surgery less than four weeks ago

• Clients with very weak, fine lashes, as they will not support the extensions        

• Individuals who have had a blepharoplasty surgery in the past six months

• Clients who have oily skin and hair, as this will break down the adhesive

• Clients who are taking thyroid medication should be advised the lashes could only last two weeks