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Eyes

Eyelash Extensions

Want to wake up and not have to worry about putting on mascara to get luscious-looking lashes?  Eyelash extensions enhance the overall beauty and boost self-esteem of a woman. 

Our Sable lashes are long-lasting, clump-free and since we have many different lengths and curls, we can give you a natural and dramatic look. Sable eyelashes are the lightest and softest lashes on the market, and are also one of the thinnest of the lashes rated. Made from natural hair like mink and has a greater quality of other type of lashes. 

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Price List

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New Customers

100 Lashes

¥ 8,000

120 Lashes

¥ 10,000

140 Lashes

¥ 12,000

Returning Customer

100 Lashes

¥ 10,000

120 Lashes

¥ 12,000

140 Lashes

¥ 14,000

Repair

50 Lashes

¥ 5,500

80 Lashes

¥ 8,500

100 Lashes

¥ 9,900

add 10 Lashes

¥ 990

Removal

from our salon

¥ 2,000

from another salon

¥ 3,000

Patch Test

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* Please make an appointment if you would like to have patch test at least 3 days prior your treatment.

* The therapist will check your physical type, condition and worries. We put few extensions that have the same length as your own eyelashes on both eyes.

* If your eyelashes become itchy, painful, swell or red eyes, we unfortunately cannot do your treatment.

*If you would like us to take off the extensions that we put on during your patch test, we will be happy to do it.

Why choose Faux Sable instead of the real stuff?

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There were a few reasons we chose not to use real fur in our eyelash extension treatments. Firstly, we don’t know how the animals were treated when kept in captivity and so we will not import the product.
Secondly, in our professional opinion, faux sable eyelash extensions are actually a superior material to real sable eyelash extensions. Real sable fur, when wet, has the unfortunate property of drooping and losing its curl or shape. They require daily styling and maintenance to lift once they are wet. The curl in faux sable eyelash extensions is permanent, meaning that you don’t need to (and shouldn’t!) curl or perm them once they are applied. This means less maintenance and the faux sable lashes are long-lasting because you won’t need to touch them.
Thirdly, while manufacturers claim that real sable fur lashes are chemically treated for hygiene reasons (which technically should negate any allergy issues), we do have some concerns about implications for allergy sufferers if they have real fur applied to their eye area. We think it is safer to use a synthetic material that has not been known to cause any allergies.
In terms of the difference between faux sable eyelash extensions to mink, silk and acrylic types, they are lighter in weight, yet they have a stunning dark gloss to them. This is due to the difference in finishing in the manufacturing process, whereas silk lashes are more matte in finish. In sunlight, they sometimes have an almost blue black appearance, but usually this is not noticeable.

What are the differences between Faux Sable and Silk eyelashes?

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The term ‘silk and faux sable lashes’ are often confused as being composed of actual silk and sable fibres, but they are both made from synthetic fibres called PBT (polybutylene-terephthalate). Polybutylene terephthalate, is fabricated by patented material which is next generation extension called photocatalyst. It has an antibacterial effect, reduce allergic substance and antifouling effect when it catch light.

The characteristics that differentiate silk and sable are their tapering (how fine the lashes are shaped towards the tip), their weight, and their finish. In most cases silk is less tapered, heavier in weight, with a glossier finish; while sable lashes are more tapered, ultra-lightweight, with a more natural look and feel. From our experience however, the features and quality of both silk and faux sable lashes depend greatly on the brand of lashes, as the term is used quite loosely and the characteristics described above can vary depending on the manufacturer.

Tips

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The eyelash cycle is approximately four to twelve weeks. Do not be alarmed if some of your lashes fall out quickly (they were most likely at the end of their cycle). The majority of extensions will stay through a complete cycle if you follow these guidelines:
• Your natural eyelashes should not get wet for a minimum of two hours; 24 hours would be ideal to allow the adhesive to properly bond to the dry eyelash (soggy eyelashes do not make for a good adhesion).
• Take special care around the eye area when cleansing your face. Gently cleanse the eye area and avoid any type of oil-based product around the eyes. The oils will break down the adhesive and cause the extensions to fall off.
• Never use a clamp-style eyelash curler on your extensions. This can permanently damage not only the extensions, but your natural eyelashes as well. Eyelash combs are great for grooming your lashes every morning.
• Do not attempt to remove the extensions yourself. Have them removed by your extension professional.
• It is best to not apply mascara to the extensions, however if you must, use ……
• Be sure not to rub your eyes, or tug or pull on the extensions because this can cause lash loss and can even damage your natural lashes. If lashes are applied properly and to each individual lash, they should not fall out until your natural lash cycle is completed.
• Try to avoid extreme variation of heat, humidity, and cold weather (i.e. – hot showers, saunas, zero-degree weather)
Note: If you have experienced sensitivity or have had a reaction from prior lash extensions, or if this will be your first extension treatment, we recommend that you come in for a patch test at least 3 days before your first treatment with us.

Eyelash and Eyebrow Tinting (coming soon)

Give your eyelashes and eyebrows real definition!

Eyelash tinting involves carefully dying the lashes with safe, natural tints, to give them a natural, darker appearance. We offer various eyelash and eyebrow tint colours to complement your skin and hair colour perfectly. How long the colours last varies with every individual but lash tint can last between 6-8 weeks and brow tinting generally lasts up to 4 weeks.

Why get an Eyelash Tint?

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Eyelash tinting is a great alternative to using mascara as the dye reveals the true length of your lashes (lashes are much lighter on the tips). If you usually have problems with lash extensions as you are constantly rubbing your eyes but would still like a more dramatic look without makeup, then tinting is the best alternative for you.

Why have an Eyebrow Tint?

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Having a more distinguished look to your brows can make a big differenceto your appearance with or without makeup. They say that your eyebrows shape your face and so it is important to have them looking fabulous!

Price List

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Eyelash Tint

¥ 4,000

Eyebrow Tint

¥ 3,000

Eyelash & Eyebrow Tint

¥ 6,000

 

Note: If you have experienced sensitivity or have had a reaction from prior lash extensions, or if this will be your first extension treatment, we recommend that you come in for a patch test at least 24 hours before your first treatment with us. This 5-minute procedure could save you a lot of discomfort later.