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Lower NovaLash Extensions Frame Eyes Beautifully

Anne Moratto | October 15, 2012 | 9:33 AM

Once clients see the eye opening effects of a top set of lash extensions, many want to tap into their inner Twiggy and include lower lashes at their next appointment.   It completes the look, makes eyes pop and “opens” the face.  At The Lash Co. in Houston, owners Sophia Navarro and Sophy Merszei offer NovaLash Lower Lash Extensions as an addition to the NovaLash service.  Bottom lashes contribute to a beautiful overall eye design and to a salon’s bottom line. 

 Lower NovaLash Extensions Frame Eyes Beautifully

When performed by a NovaLash Advanced Certified Extensionist, the service costs approximately $60.00 for the initial set and $30.00 for touch-ups.  Because eyes must be open to apply lower lashes, NovaLash Sensitive Eyes Lash Adhesive, a fume-free adhesive, is used to avoid irritating the eye.

To learn more about becoming a NovaLash artist and to see a schedule of trainings, visit



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