Lash Extensions -Aesthetics – Body Contouring – Body Waxing

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Lash 411


•They look fabulous

•They’re instantly gratifying

•They can save you time

•They can last for months and


  • They’re expensive
  • Understand there are potential risks although they’re rare. The most common complaints about lash extensions are allergic reactions to the glue.

Lash Aftercare

  • Do not use oil-based cleansers and makeup removers as they cause the glue to breakdown.
  • Avoid using mascara over them because removing it can snag the extensions, causing them to fall out prematurely.
  • You must be careful when washing your eye area as any movement of your lashes will increase the lash falling out or getting twisted around.
  • Do not let water from the shower fall directly on your face as the pressure will make the lash extension loosen and shed faster.
  • Do not rub your face with a towel or press your face too hard into the pillow when you sleep.

  • Use a dry mascara wand (your lash technician will give you one) at least once a day in the morning or several times during the day, as needed, to comb through your lashes and gently straighten them out, especially if they get wet. Careful! If you tug to much they’ll loosen and fall out. The extensions easily get twisted around from sleeping positions and after washing your face and they can start looking really odd.
  • Be careful how you apply makeup. Avoid oil-based skin care products around the eyes as well as greasy eye pencils and concealers as they will breakdown the eyelash glue. Also avoid applying heavy eye liner as removing it tugs at the lashes, resulting in more fallout. Use a cotton swab dipped in makeup remover to take off makeup at your lash line.
  • The more dramatic the lash, meaning thicker, the more likely it is to get twisted and fall out earlier than you want.

Skin Care 411

Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation method that requires the use of a sterile surgical scalpel to gently shave the top layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, dead skin layer, and vellus hair.


  • It painlessly exfoliates the stratum corneum to stimulate cellular turnover with little to no downtime.
  • It is a great option for clients with sensitive skin and pregnant women who are looking for a deep exfoliation.
  • It can be performed prior to treatments like facials, laser, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels for better product penetration.
  • It can be performed frequently.
  • It helps makeup go on smoother and more evenly.
  • It can help significantly lighten post inflammatory scars from past acne.
  • It does not make the hair grow back thick.


  • The results might not be as long-lasting as other hair-removal methods, such as waxing, as the hair is not removed from the root.
  • Results will differ depending on a client’s individual hair-growth cycle.*
  • Not everyone is a candidate. Clients with active and cystic acne should avoid this type of hair removal, as it can cause further irritation. Also, it is contraindicated for clients with hirsutism, a condition of excessive male-pattern hair growth in women.

Chemical Peel:

A Chemical peel is an advanced exfoliating treatment custom formulated for your particular skin type, condition, and sensitivity level. … A peel softens and smooth’s skin’s texture, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, brightens and evens skin tone, and assists in clearing breakouts.

WHAT DOES A PCA PEEL TREAT? Blemishes – light scars, acne, and skin discolorations from rosacea are easily treated with peels.

Aging and Sun DamageAging can cause skin discolorations including brown spots and redness. Peel can minimize the appearance of these types of marks while making your skin look younger and healthier.

HyperpigmentationPeels can also treat other forms of hyperpigmentation due to skin damage, aging, or dermatological conditions.

Oily SkinPeels can not only manage your oily skin, but they can be customized to manage dry patches and combination skin. Because the process is less harsh than traditional chemical peels, there is less risk of side effects from managing both of these conditions at once.

Enlarged PoresEnlarged pores can make you look older and make your skin look less healthy and radiant. Peels can help shrink pores and minimize their appearance.


About 3-5 days after treatment, you will notice some flaking of the skin. Your skin might feel dry or tight. Moisturize as per your dermatologist’s recommendation several times throughout the day and avoid exfoliating for 10 days after your peel. Don’t pick or pull at flaking skin as this could lead to an infection or scarring.* You should use sunblock after getting a skin peel, and avoid sun exposure for up to two weeks. You should avoid working out, sweating, or swimming for up to 48 hours after a peel.* You should also avoid the tanning bed for 3 weeks.

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