Feb. 18, 2013
-- Amor Lashes is based in Austin, TX and specializes in eyelash extensions. Amor Lashes also does extension removal for clients who have gotten a bad set of eyelashes that they want to be replaced by higher quality lashes, and better adhesives.
Eyelash extensions have become very popular in the recent years by many celebrities like Mila Kunis and Kim Kardashian. Amor Lashes only provides 100% Real Siberian Mink Eyelash Extensions, and Silk. "We do not do synthetic eyelashes like a lot of other local companies in Austin because they are cheap, made out of plastic, don't last, and because we only offer quality to our clients" says Jessica Holloway, the owner of Amor Lashes.
Amor Lashes launched their website http://amorlashes.com last week where clients can book and schedule appointments directly through their website. Amor Lashes is a new company, but not new at doing eyelash extensions.
The advantage Amor Lashes has over the local competition is that they do not use synthetic materials, but the highest quality of lash extensions on the market with mink and silk. Higher quality eyelashes don't need as much up keep, which in the long run will save clients a lot of money. Synthetic eyelashes require a re-lash appointment every two weeks to fill the lost eyelashes. Eyelash extensions by Amor Lashes only require clients to get re-fills every four weeks, and sometimes even six weeks if the client adheres to careful aftercare.
Amor Lashes is also unique because they are one of the only mobile eyelash extension companies in Austin, TX, which means that they go directly to their clients and do the extensions at the clients residence. With reduced overhead costs, Amor Lashes is able to pass on these savings to reflect in their overall costs, making initial eyelash and re-fill appointments more affordable.
Amor Lashes is currently servicing the following areas: Austin, Westlake, Rollingwood, Bee Cave, Georgetown, Round Rock, Cedar Park. To book an appointment or to get more information please visit the Amor Lashes website in the link above.