Lash Care

Copyright: <a href=''>puhhha / 123RF Stock Photo</a>Beach Lashes and Tanning offers a great solution if you are seeking longer, fuller, sexier and natural looking lashes! Eyelash extensions are a safe and glamorous way to enhance the length, thickness and fullness of your natural eyelashes while bringing youthfulness to the eyes. Eyelash extensions come in a variety of curls, thickness, lengths and colors that can be custom tailored to achieve your desired look. Beach Lashes & Tanning offers semi-permanent synthetic and silk eyelash extensions lasting up to 4 weeks.

Full Set of Eyelash Extensions   $195 – $225

Lash Extension Fill   $70+

Full Set Specialty Lashes (2 and 3D) $225 

Specialty Lash Touch Up $80

Colored Lashes $20

Lash Extension Removal   $35

How do I prepare for my appointment?

Use a mild, oil free cleanser to thoroughly remove your eye makeup before you arrive for your Eyelash Extension appointment. Contact lenses should be removed before your procedure.

What to expect?

A single lash is applied to your natural lash one at a time. Generally, the process for a full set of eyelash extensions takes approximately 90 minutes depending on how many lashes are applied. Fill-in appointments are recommended every 2-3 weeks to replace any lashes that have fallen out in their natural growth and shed cycle. Eyelash extensions are applied with medical grade adhesive and never touch the skin.


Minimal Care required to maintain your Eyelash Extensions:

  • Do not use oily products, mascara remover, lash curlers, lash perms, or waterproof mascara on your lashes.
  • Natural skin oils, rubbing, scratching and pulling lashes will shorten the life of your extensions.
  • Your natural lashes have an approximate 100 day life span. When one falls out it is replaced with the growth of a new eyelash. A re-lash is recommended to maintain your new beautiful look.

*Please speak with Kallie to ensure that you are a candidate. Non-candidates include someone with eye allergies, thyroid problems, tearing, psoriasis, blepharitis, glaucoma or asthma. If you are pregnant, consent from a physician is required.