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NovaLash Eyelash Extensions

Extend the length and thickness of your natural eyelashes with NovaLash Lash Extensions. Synthetic lashes are bonded to a single natural lash for a practical, convenient and beautiful alternative to the daily use of mascara.

Classic Full Set

Novalash Classic Eyelash Extensions are 1:1 ratio of one lash extension to one natural eyelash. This is a more natural look.


Hybrid Full Set

Novalash Hybrid Eyelash Extensions combine the techniques of both Classic and American Volume, adding more fullness.


American Volume

Novalash American Volume Eyelash Extensions are 2+:1 ratio of lash extensions to one natural eyelash. This is a very full, dramatic look.


Mega Volume

Novalash Mega Volume Eyelash Extensions are fuller, denser and more dramatic than American Volume.  *Consult required to book.


Voted #1 MORE than any other lash brand in the WORLD!

Eyelash Extensions are an innovative and beautiful way to extend the length and thickness of natural eyelashes as a safe, practical, and convenient alternative to mascara.

Founded in 2004 by biologist and cosmetic chemist, Sophy Merszei, with the help of a team of physicians, NovaLash was able to produce and perfect the safest possible products and techniques. They became the world’s first global distributor of eyelash extension products and continue to be a global leader.

“NovaLash adhesives are the only lash extension adhesives on the market that are proven to be formaldehyde-FREE as manufactured, packed, and delivered. novaMINX mix are NovaLash’s own line of luxurious eyelash extensions created to mimic real mink fur. These extensions are extremely soft and supple with a beautiful glossy shine without the sanitary issues associated with animal hair.”

What are Lash Extensions?

Synthetic lashes are bonded to a single natural lash for a practical, convenient and beautiful alternative to the daily use of mascara.


How are they applied?

For a full set of Classic Eyelashash Extensions, they are applied in a 1:1 ratio of one lash extension to one natural eyelash. For Volume Eyelash Extensions, they are applied in a 2+:1 ratio of two plus lash extensions to one natural eyelash. Lashes are applied using NovaLash’s physician formulated, FDA approved glue by isolating each natural lash individually and adhering the Classic or Volume eyelash extensions.


What is the recommended after care?

To maximize the length of time eyelash extensions™ remain in place, recommends the following:

  • Only a Certified Eyelash Extensionist should apply eyelash extensions™ .

  • Use only recommended cosmetic products and cleansers (see aftercare instruction) once the extensions are applied.

  • Do not rub your eyes or pull on the lashes after eyelash extensions have been applied.

  • Avoid using mascara on a regular basis, as it can shorten the length of time the extensions remain in place.

  • Do not use waterproof mascara on your eyelash extensions™.

  • After the application, touch-up appointments will be necessary after a few weeks.

How often should I return to get them touched up/refilled?

Eyelashes cycle in three phases of growth, naturally creating three different lengths. Eyelash Extensions are applied in accordance with the growth cycles of each client’s natural lashes. To maintain full lashes after your full set, touch ups are recommended every 2-4 weeks depending on the natural growth cycle of your lashes.

General Health and Safety Recommendations

Eyelash extensions™ are not for everyone; prior to application you should notify and discuss with your certified Eyelash Extensionist™ if you have recently or frequently experienced any of the following:

  • Unusual sensitivity or skin reaction to Cyanoacrylate-based adhesives.

  • Moderate to severe allergies in combination with abnormal eye discharge.

  • Any eye disease or medical condition, such as Conjunctivitis ("pink eye").

  • A compromised immune system due to cancer treatment, hepatitis, or advanced AIDS

  • Any type of cancer

  • Alopecia

  • Skin disease

  • Any metabolic or endocrine disorder

  • Blunt trauma in or around the eye area . Intoxication or impaired motor skills due to medications, alcohol, or any other drug.

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