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Professional Eyelash Extensions Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr and Atlanta

With luxury eyelash extensions by Deneen Marcel,
everyone wakes up pretty!

Find Your Perfect Look with Our Lash Services

Whether you are looking for a subtle improvement or a dramatic change, we can help you pick a lash style that will accentuate your individual look and leave you with the eyelashes that you’ve always dreamed of.


Classic eyelash extensions

Classic Lash

For those of you who want to add just a touch of glam, this is the service for you. With the Classic Lash, you get a light mascara look without the clumps!


Luscious eyeLash extensions

Volume Lash

If your desire is to step it up a notch and have a fuller mascara look with more of a curl, the Volume Lash eyelash extension will answer the call. Say good-bye to lash curlers and hello to gorgeous lashes!


Volume eyelash extensions

Hybrid Volume Lash

For the ladies who love the drama, this is the look for you. Inspired by the 3D technique, we use a variety of lash lengths to give your eyelash extensions a lusciously full, multi-dimensional look that will compliment your natural lash line and bring out your inner diva!


Lash Lift

Lash Lift

A lash lift is a chemical process that is used to change the curl and texture of the lashes. Depending on the size of the pad used, the lashes can be more or less lifted. A lash lift is essentially a modern version of a lash perm without the perming rods.


Maintaining your lashes will require a timely refill. Generally, refills take about an hour and are done every 2-4 weeks or as required.

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Toggle IconWhat are lash extensions?

Lash extension is a process by which one strand of synthetic hair is attached to each lash one at a time. They are bonded with a medical grade adhesive, extending your natural lashes, resulting in a look that makes your eyes pop!

Toggle IconHow long is the process?

It takes 1.5- 2 hours depending on how many natural lashes you have. Refills may take 50 minutes - 2 hours depending on the amount of time between visits.

Toggle IconHow are lash extensions applied?

They are applied professionally by a technician with 2 pairs of tweezers and adhesive. (Your eyes are closed and taped down with a cooling gel pad during the entire process.)

Toggle IconWhat kind of adhesive is used?

A medical grade adhesive which was formulated by doctors as well as scientists for safe results. We no longer use sensitive formula adhesives so if you have seasonal allergies or are sensitive to the regular strength adhesive, we recommend that you not get eyelash extensions.

Toggle IconHow do I prepare for eyelash extensions?

For best results and longer lasting lashes, a freshly cleansed face can make all the difference. Ideally, a shower just before your appointment is most effective, however if this is not possible, cleanse your face and eye area removing all make-up and/or oils so the adhesive isn't compromised.

Toggle IconHow long do eyelash extensions last?

Although the adhesive is made to last up to 6 weeks, it really depends on the life cycle of a lash, and where you are in that cycle. Generally a refill is needed on average of 3-4 weeks.

Toggle IconWill they damage my own lashes?

If your lashes are applied and cared for by a professional, they will not be damaged. Remember, your lashes should be handled with care - no rubbing or pulling and especially no eyelash curlers.

Toggle IconWhat happens when my lashes grow out?

Lash extensions normally take on the natural shape of your own eyelash; they may twist a little with the growth of your lash. Do not be alarmed, your technician can take care of that at your refill visit. Also, the extension will fall off as your natural lash falls off.

Toggle IconCan I use mascara?

Mascara is typically used to make lashes appear longer, darker and sometimes fuller, depending on the brand. Lash extensions, eliminate the need for mascara as well as minimize the stress of what brand. Lash extensions, will make your lashes appear longer, darker and fuller depending on the style that you choose. A consultation with your stylist will help them determine what can work for you. If you feel the urge, you should avoid mascara on your lash extensions. If it is not water soluble, it will breakdown the adhesive and effect the wear of your extensions.

Toggle IconHow do I care for my eyelash extensions?

We recommend the following:

  • It takes 24 hours for the adhesive to fully bond, therefore it is essential to avoid getting your lashes wet for the first 24 hours after your lashes are applied.
  • Avoid picking, touching or rubbing your lashes.
  • No oil or oil based products on your lashes.
  • Only use water-based eye makeup remover.
  • Although it's preferred that you avoid mascara, it is essential to avoid waterproof mascara.
  • Avoid touching your lashes with your fingers. All clients receive a free lash brush to help maintain lashes without touching them directly.
  • Try to avoid sleeping face down.
  • Minimize your visits to steam rooms or saunas, frequent exposure to steam or heat may cause adhesive to weaken.
  • Do not use cotton balls or pads.


Eyelashes help to protect your eyes from dust dirt that may get in your eyes. Hence, it's important to keep them clean, especially if you wear makeup. Otherwise, your eyes can be irritated and damaged.

As with any cosmetic service, there are risks. Some may be sensitive to the adhesive or have skin issues. If so, please inform the stylist beforehand. Serving with Safety is our motto.

Remember it's very important for your eyelash extensions to dry. It takes at least 24 hours for the drying process.

Important Tips to Care for Your Eyelashes

  • Do not apply or remove make-up
  • Do not shower or get them wet (including perspiration), as it may compromise the adhesive.
  • Do not use a lash curler.
  • Do not use products with Polyethylene glycol, Hexalene glycol, Butylene and Propylene glycol. It may break down the adhesive.

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