LASH SERVICES AND RATES:
(INCLUDES NYS SALES TAX)
© 2016 Beauty By Mary Schook, LLC
Intial lash application $450 (includes aftercare kit)
2 week lash subscription $95
3 week lash subscription $130
Return lash application $260
30 minute lash retouch increments $70
55 minute lash retouch $140
Lash Cult Temporary Lash $45 (20 minute)
Most Frequently Asked Lash Extension Questions:
Q. How long does the service take?
A. An initial lash application usually takes about two hours. Out of thousands of customers a handful might go over 15-20 additional minutes, but you will be advised at the beginning of the service.
Q. How Long are touch up sessions?
A. The key to a healthy lash line is good maintenance. Maintenance is generally every three weeks. At which point the lashes may have shed about a third of this time or lashes might have grown too long. Three weeks generally takes forty minutes, but can last as long as an hour and twenty minutes.
Touch ups at two weeks take about a half hour up to fifty minutes depending on the number of naturally existing lashes.
Q. Do lash extensions damage your lashes?
A. Not at all. When applied by a skilled technician lash extensions can be less damaging than mascara. Most of our customers double the number of their own lashes from the time they began lash extensions with us. We have customers that have been lashing without a break for as long as fifteen years!
Q. Can I swim or go to the beach with lash extensions?
A. They’re perfect for just such occasions- after the glue has cured 48 hours!
Q. Can I customize my lashes?
A. Generally yes, but keep in mind lash extensions are meant to replace mascara. They are not meant to add major length or volume. Doing so can cause permanent damage in the long-term.
We offer a temporary lash for special events to add more drama to your lashes, which can be used with or without lash extensions without damaging the lash.
Q. What glue do you use?
A. Novalash medical grade adhesive is our glue of choice. It likes oils, is formulated by a doctor and has more longevity than most other glues.
Q. Do you use mink lashes?
A. No, they are generally not sanitary according to our suppliers.
Q. What lashes do you use?
A. We use an advanced technology that is 80% lighter than most lashes available on the market. Those lashes will soon be available to purchase at LASH CULT.
Q. How long do lash extensions last?
A. EVERY individual is different. It all depends on your health and lifestyle. A full lash cycle on the east coast is approximately 6-8 weeks depending on age and many other factors.
Q. Do I have to use special products with the lash extensions?
A. There may be some product and lifestyle adjustments, but nothing unmanageable.
Q. Do you do lash removal?
Q. Do you work on customers who already have another technician's lash on?
Under special circumstances with direct referral, but generally no.
Q. Do you work on men?
A. Yes, men who come to us are looking for something that is legal and safer than lash tinting. It does not make them look feminine, only younger.
Q. When should I get lashes done before my wedding?
A. The most optimal time for lash application for a bride ( or any big event) is 3-5 days before the big day. Lashes take 48 hours to 'cure'. During those 48 hours nothing can touch the glue or the bond will be compromised limiting the lifespan of the lash application.
*It takes a full 48 hours for the glue to cure once the lash extensions have been applied.
Do not get the lashes wet during this time as it will compromise the longevity of your extensions.
*It is advised to avoid using products on or near the lashes -that have the words alcohol or glycol in the ingredients. It will compromise the bond of the glue and the longevity of your lash extensions.
*If you have any of the following conditions please do not make an appointment:
-Recent lash service with damage
-Lash tinting or perming within 24 hours
-Eye infections- conjunctivitis
-Skin disease or inflammation around the eye (Rosacea, dermatitis)
-Recent eye operations
-Contact lenses that require eye drops
-Trichotillomania (people who pull out their eyelashes)
-Dry Eye Syndrome
-Chemotherapy (few or no lashes available)
-Unknown hair loss
-Gaps in your lash line