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Natural Living Ladies' Grooming


Lustrous Lashes & Brows on Fleek


There are few things in life as striking as voluminous lashes and well-sculpted brows. Whether you’re a full make-up kind of girl or a minimalist, there’s no denying their power. In fact, if this were the only grooming you ever do it will be enough. With that in mind, we’ve developed a range of eyebrow and lash treatments to make your perfect look easy to achieve and even easier to maintain. From the trusted waxing and tweezing, to Vogue lash extensions, microblading, and Henna brow tints.
Henna what now, you ask? It’s the latest trend that’s taken off, and with good reason.
Henna is a natural plant pigment that’s applied in the same way as a tint (but with none of the chemicals). The best part is it lasts for about 3 weeks! But we’re getting ahead of ourselves... Let’s fill you in on our most popular brow and lash options.

 
 

The Power of
Full Lashes & Defined Brows



 
 

Microblading


Microblading is a type of semi-permanent tattoo where tiny needles are used to insert hair-like pigments under your skin. Colours are mixed so that they not only match your brows, but also leave them looking naturally shaded. And if you’re concerned about the pain, don’t be. The needles are so small that it feels much the same as when you have your eyebrows threaded. So whether you’re looking to perfect your arches, fill out thinning areas, or just have really faint eyebrow action – microblading helps you achieve all your brow goals. You can have the brows of your dreams within an hour, and to make sure you get the best out of your experience it’s advised to keep them dry (even from sweat) for one week. This helps the pigment settle and prevents the build-up of bacteria. After-care is really important to ensure your brows stay healthy and look their best. The effect lasts for one to three years, with a touch-up only necessary after 12 months!


Lash and Brow Tints

If you’re tired of filling out your eyebrows every day and want a longer lasting option without breaking the bank, then tinting is your best bet. It’s a semi-permanent, quick and easy way to natural-looking fuller brows. A dye is applied to your brows and within 5 minutes you’re good to go! Your star-quality brows will last for about 4-6 weeks, fading naturally until it’s time for your next touch-up. It really is as simple as that.

But we can’t have beautiful brows without luscious lashes, now can we? Lash tinting is the answer for women wanting to look like a million bucks, without having to spend that same amount. Therefore, throwing in a lash tint with your existing brow tint will do wonders for your eye game, while barely making a dent in your budget. The process is quick (about ten minutes), and involves a special dye applied to your lashes. The effect of darker, fuller lashes lasts for 3-6 weeks and remains the most budget-friendly way to show off a million dollar eye-flutter.

Lash Extensions

Lash extensions are exactly what they sound like – additions to your existing lashes that leave them looking longer and fuller.

They come in a variety of lengths, thicknesses, and you can even choose how much curl you’d like. Basically, you get to pick your ultimate lash look like you would a pair of shoes. The process involves attaching a lash to the bottom of every one of your lashes (not your lid), so application can take up to two hours. But the result is more than worth it because you won’t have to bother with things like mascara for 4-6 weeks. What’s more, it’s so relaxing (and painless) that many people fall asleep during their makeover.

So if you’ve had enough of the tiresome effort it takes to keep your brows and lashes in check, it’s definitely time to book one of our treatments.Trust us, there’ll be no turning back once you realize how simple it is to get that look that makes people do a double take. Best of all, it frees up your time getting ready as well as your budget for eye make-up.
Win-win? We definitely think so.

 

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