Last Saturday, I had my first ever experience at receiving eyelash extensions at Blink Lash Boutique. I recall reading about wonderful experiences of eyelash extensions at Blink Lash Boutique by Laura of Laura Neuzeth (here) and Paulina of Lil Bits of Chic (here), but never braved trying it out for myself. After meeting Carly of Blink Lash at a local networking event, I decided to try out the service for myself. I made my early morning appointment close to home, which was at the Little Italy location on Kettner Boulevard. After signing some important paperwork regarding allergies and previous experience with this type of procedure, I was ready to get started! I have to mention that I absolutely adore my husband and son for being so patient while they waited for me (the pictures of the process were taken by my husband). I want to thank Carly for this wonderful opportunity, and Jenavie for being so patient and kind through my first experience with this process, answering my many questions and lasting through the photo taking. If you would like to experience this process for yourself, check out their full menu of services here, and please follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Doesn’t Dominic look so excited? My awesome little boy is the most patient 5-year-old ever!
The process was actually quite relaxing. I was impressed with the how meticulous and patient my Lash Stylist was. She talked me through the process, explaining the condition of my lashes and how many she was applying and why. I chose to do the Blush set, which is about 60 lashes per eye (but I may have had slightly more due to the fact my lashes were very fine).
Check out the results! I can’t believe how pretty and natural my lashes look.
FYI: The Blink Lash Boutique is located in a historical landmark. I love knowing this type of information because it’s always fascinating what the structure was prior to it’s current use.
(FTC Disclosure: I received a service free of charge, and was asked to review the service in return. Although I did receive a service free of charge, the opinions in this post are strictly my own.)