Lovely lashes at StudioLash – The Examiner

© Sean Armenta, Lashes by Danielle Asher @ StudioLash, Makeup by Ashley Ann Harris

Everyone knows that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but what about the lashes? Lashes are needed to highlight this important feature. With so much attention on the eyes, it is no wonder that people want them to look their best. While some are blessed with naturally beautiful eyelashes, others seem to find themselves a little lash-challenged. Let’s meet the professionals who can help give you those lavish lashes you have always dreamed of.

Give her two hours and she will transform your lashes from “blah” to “beautiful

With locations in Ventura and Agoura Hills, StudioLash is your go-to place when it comes to gorgeous lashes and looking your best. Owner Danielle Asher is the most sought-after celebrity lash artist in California. Give her two hours and she will transform your lashes from “blah” to “beautiful”. Her lashes have found their way to the red carpet and are quickly becoming a celebrity must-have. Danielle is advanced certified in the application of Novalash extensions, the healthiest lash extension system on the market. The extensions are applied on a lash-by-lash basis to your own lashes for a fuller and thicker, yet natural look. The award winning pharmaceutical-grade adhesive, which is formaldehyde-free and hypo-allergenic, keeps the lashes in place and never touches the skin. It is a very enhancing beauty service and you don’t even need to use mascara or an eyelash curler while wearing the extensions. The lashes come in different lengths, thicknesses, and dimensions, which help create a customized look just for you! They last about 6 to 8 weeks, but with proper after care and maintenance, they can last indefinitely. With lash extensions, you can wake up every morning with fabulous, fuss-free lashes.

Danielle and her StudioLash team are dedicated to making you look and feel amazing. For more information, visit their website or call 805.643.LASH to schedule your appointment.

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