About Flawless Lashes

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Hello! Welcome to Flawless Lashes!

We are passionate about providing beautiful, carefully applied, natural looking and feeling eyelash extensions.  The eyelash extensions are applied to one natural eyelash at time, not harming the natural eyelash.

Eyelash Extensions give you eyelashes that no amount of curling, mascara, or strip lashes could ever achieve. Yet they are undetectable, and feel weightless.

They are soft, natural, non-damaging, and flat out gorgeous. No mascara needed.  No one will know they aren’t yours, but will wonder how they are so amazing.

Every photo we post on this site is of actual clients, all un-retouched.

We also do wedding/special occasion makeup.  Our philosophy on makeup to is listen to client’s needs and help them take their makeup to next level, highlighting their own beauty- making a woman feel comfortable in her skin, but the best she can!

We truly love doing makeup and lashes, and feel so fortunate that it is a “job” that we look forward to every time!

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We look forward to hearing from you!

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Xtreme Lashes by Sarah


45 Responses to About Flawless Lashes

  1. Joanne (jojo) says:

    Hi Sarah
    This is jojo from the EE chat site. I was just spending some time reading posts and looking at lash photos. I love the photos of your lashes, they are so gorgeous!

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi JoJo!

      Thank you for the compliments on my photos. Using the camera in macro mode really helps to capture that fine, up close detail.

      Take care

  2. hi sarah. nice clean work, your passion is evident! i really like your simple watermark across your work. i’ve been wanting to learn how to do that. anyways, happy new year and thank you for creating a lash chat playground for us! great work!

  3. flawlesslashes says:

    Thank you Lash-booty-call! If you have photoshop it’s very easy to watermark you photos. Let me know if you ever need help with that.

  4. Butterfly says:

    Hi Sarah,

    I just became an Xtreme Lash Stylist. I found you on Facebook… your work is beautiful and you work ethic is clearly professional. I hope to be as good as you with much practice!

    P.S. Your description of the different types of lashes is spot on! Thanks for sharing your advice… and passion :-)

  5. Cisi says:

    Hi Sarah,

    I love your work! I do have a few questions.

    1) Is the glue you use waterproof and would you recommend someone with oily skin to get these lashes?

    (2) Do you lashes come in different lengths?

    (3) Will the glue turn white if the lashes get wet?

    (4) Where in Decatur are you located?


    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hello Cisi! Thank you for your interest in Flawless Lashes eyelash extensions.

      1) Yes, the adhesive is waterproof. A 24 hour waiting period after application is neccessary, but after the 24 hour period they are totally waterproof. I have plenty of oily skinned clients who wear the eyelash extensions without any problems.

      2) Yes, I have many lengths available. Each set of lashes is customized for each client, using a variety of lengths, thickness, and even different curls on one person to give a beautiful effect.

      3) No the glue will not turn white. It is black, glossy, and such a small amount is used it is not even detectable.

      4) I have a location in North Decatur as well as a Buckhead location. Feel free to give me a call, text, or email for any other information.

      Thank you!

  6. Traci says:

    Hi Sarah, I went to get lashes on sunday and they were done incorrectly the glue feels like crazy glue and i cannot get them off I know if i try im at risk for losing my natural eyelashes. Do u have a remover and how much would it cost to get everything done over

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hello Traci,
      I am so sorry to hear about your bad experience with eyelashes. I would reccomend going ahead and using any oil based cleanser, even baby oil, to start trying to break down the glue. The person who applied them may have not used eyelash extension adhesive, so I can’t be certain exactly what would remove it, but oil is always a good start to begin breaking down the bond. Gently massage it into your lashes with no water. Use a lot. Massage and massage *very gently*. This should start to loosen them up a bit. Rinse with water.

      I do have a remover that is very effective. A removal of lashes is $50. A full set of lashes is $250. Please text/call/email me for any other information.

      Please be gentle with your lashes and try not to pull them out.

      Take care,

  7. Alison says:

    Hi Sarah,

    I just love the natural look of these lashes. I wonder, is it possible to have lashes applied to the bottom lid as well? My lashes are very short and curly on the top, but they are almost non existent on the bottom. Is this a service you provide? If so, would an application to the bottom be included in the full set price?
    Thanks so much for your help!

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Applying lashes to the bottom lashline is not a service I offer, as it needs to be done with a different adhesive and the lashes do not seem to wear as well. Clients who wear the eyelash extensions on the top will sometimes wear mascara on the lower lashes to give the definition they are looking for. Though most clients find the eyelash extensions open and define their eyes so much they don’t need to wear much eyemakeup at all.
      Please let me know if you have any other questions, and feel free to email me directly at sarah@flawlesslashes.com.

  8. Tassy says:

    Hey Sarah,

    A client of mine had gorgeous eyelash extensions so i asked her about them and she referred me to you. However, the only thing i did not like about them is that they are very even so i could kind of tell that they were not hers, although by far the best of any extensions ive seen so far. I was wondering if there is anyway possible that i can get just a half set so they look a little more natural.

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hello Tassy,
      Thanks so much for your feedback. Generally I mix 5 to 6 different lengths of extensions to give the most natural look possible. Keep in mind, not all clients prefer a natural look. Some clients do like a more straight across shape, some prefer a strong taper, and everything in between. I do my best to create the look that is customized for each clients needs. Many of my clients do like their eyelash extensions to look natural, and it is possible, even with a full set of lashes. I do not offer a “half set”, as I find with not enough of the extensions on, mascara is then needed. I have a large selection of lengths, diameters, and curl levels available to mix together to create the most natural, customized set of lashes. Feel free to email me directly if you have any other questions or would like to set up an appointment at sarah@flawlesslashes.com.

      Take care

  9. Antoinette (Marjorie on email) says:

    Sarah, I am new to the eyelash chat. Your work is soooooo gorgeous. I am a licensed esty here in NC. I asked you a question on the eyelash chat about Ott lamps, I really need to get some of these; the lighting in my room is not the greatest. You and the others really keep me inspired.


  10. Paula Sineath says:

    Do you do any training in N.C . Thanks Paula Sineath

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi Paula,
      Thank you so much for reaching me. I would love to help you with your training, but at this time we just are not equipped to offer any sort of training class. I did my training with Xtreme Lashes, and I highly recommend their program. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
      Take care

  11. Kathy says:

    I just had my eyelashes done today I love them but they are stiff, will they soften after they are washed a few times, it just feels like mascara thats all

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hello Kathy!
      Thanks so much for your question. Without seeing the eyelashes you had to apply it is hard to tell if what you are experiencing is normal. I will say that it is possible to have a somewhat “stiff” feeling on your lashes the first day or 2 you get them done. It should not be uncomfortable, and certainly not painful at all. If there is discomfort, itchiness at the base, or any feelings of the stiffness that continue for the duration of wear, you may have eyelash extensions that were not properly applied. Hoping you received lovely eyelash extensions that will feel light and natural for you.
      Take care

  12. Lynn Rappaport says:

    Hi, my eyelashes have always grown straight out so I have curled them my entire life. I started loosing them so about six moths ago I started getting the individual lashes done at a nail salon and now I have less eyelashes than ever before. I have just learned of the eyelash extension and would love to try them, I am not sure I have enough of my own natural lash that this would work for me. Your thoughts??

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi Lynn,
      Thanks so much for your inquiry. Generally the individual lashes do more harm than good. If your lashes were falling out, and then you started getting individuals, they may be damaged at this point. It is hard to tell without seeing your eyelashes in person. If you feel they are in very bad shape, you may want to consider getting a product like Revitalash (we carry this at the studio, it’s $94 and very effective) and let your own lashes get strong and healthy for a month or so.
      If and when you are ready to get eyelash extensions we have several options and can use extensions that are extremely light weight and comfortable. We always keep in the mind the health of the natural eyelash at Flawless Lashes, and use caution when applying extensions that will not cause undue stress on the natural eyelash.
      Thanks again,

  13. Shelley says:

    Last week I had eyelash extension for the first time in a local salon in Athens GA. Nova Lash was the brand used. My lashes are clumpy and feel like pine needles. If I was to make an appt with you, can you remove these lashes? Or should I wait until they fall out? Any suggestions? I am willing to give eyelash extensions another try. Thank you

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hello Shelley,
      I am so sorry to hear of your discomfort. Normally eyelash extensions should not have any clumps whatsoever, or feel uncomfortable. We can use a remover to gently remove the lashes you have on, then apply a new set of eyelashes. I am happy you are willing to give them another try, as if you come to see us we will take great care of your natural eyelashes, and apply extensions that are virtually undetectable as for the feeling of them, but when you look in the mirror you will see pretty lashes!
      You can make an appointment right here online by clicking the “schedule appointment” button.
      Thanks so much, and we hope to see you soon!

    • Wendy says:

      Shelley I wish I knew what salon you went to. I went to an Athens salon and had extensions and I hate them! They’re stiff like you said “straw”. They look horribly unnatural too thick, clumpy, and a straight line. The inside corners have nothing so it looks like I did a lousy job of applying false eyelashes. They also are affecting my vision…I can see the clumps of black glue on the inner lid! Waste of money!

      • flawlesslashes says:

        I am so sorry to hear you had a bad experience with your eyelash extensions. We have clients drive in from Athens for their lash appointments because they want to know their lashes are getting the utmost care. What you have is what gives eyelash extensions a bad name. You should not see clumps of glue, and there should be nothing on your inner lid, and they should look and feel very natural. I urge anyone who is looking into this service to find out these things:
        1) are the extensions applied to one, single natural eyelash only? (they should not even touch the skin)
        2) do they have photos of their actual clients?
        3) how long does the service take? (First application should take approximately 2 hours)
        I wish you the best of luck, and hope you try properly applied eyelash extensions sometime in the future, because when properly done they are gorgeous, not damaging, and just the best bang for your buck a beauty treatment can provide!
        Take care

  14. Camille says:

    Hello, I am interested and just wanted a little more additional information. I am wanting to get eyelash extensions for my wedding in May, but really don’t know much about it! I feel that $275 is just a little high for me to do just for a one time thing and I was curious about the half set I read in one of your replies. I would love to do this!! Is the half set common and still noticeable? Was curious if you might have any pictures of those. Thanks so much!

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi there!
      Thanks so much for your inquiry about Flawless Lashes, they are just perfect for brides, as they not only look gorgeous (yet amazingly real) for the big day, but they also last through your honeymoon, so you can wake up and enjoy looking put together for this important trip!
      As far as half sets go, we generally don’t offer half sets. The reason being is that the purpose of extensions is to replace mascara. Daily mascara use can impact the lifespan of the bond of the eyelash extensions. Half sets also just don’t seem to give the look most clients want. Even applying as many as 100 extensions per eye can actually look totally natural, so our philosophy is to apply as many lashes as the client’s natural lashes can support, and mix together lengths and choose an appropriate level of curl, to get the best result. If the $275 price range is out of your wedding budget, you can get a discounted price by visiting Lauren or Ionela. They both do outstanding work, and I am certain you will fall in love with the lashes they apply.
      I hope this helps answer your questions. If not, feel free to send an email to info@flawlesslashes.com.

  15. Jeanne Zadi Maynard says:

    Hi Sarah,

    Ionela has done my lashes twice and I love them! BUT both times I forgot to ask how to “wash” them. She suggested baby shampoo but I’m not sure how to “wash”. Thanks!

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi there Jeanne,
      I’m so glad you are loving your eyelash extensions, Ionela does a beautiful job! As for cleaning your lashes, that is a great question! Cleaning the root of your lashes is very important, as dirt, debris, makeup, and dead skin can get trapped behind the extensions. If this is able to form a build up, it can actually clog your follicles and damage your lashes. That is why we promote cleansing of the lashline so thoroughly. All you do is splash your closed eyes with water, then take a little baby shampoo into your fingers and work it into a lather, and massage it into the root of your eyelashes. Don’t be afraid to really get in there! Since you are lathering them up your fingers should glide over the lashes, not pulling or tugging them out in any way. Then splash your eyes with water to remove the shampoo. After you splash it all away simply blot the skin above and below your lashes with a towel, and take a look. You should not see anything at all in the root of the eyelashes. Keep in mind that the baby shampoo does not remove eyeliner or mascara, and you will want to use a separate eye makeup remover that is oil free for that. Shampooing is strictly for keeping the lashes clean and healthy. We can give you a bottle for baby shampoo next time you are in the studio. Feel free to let me know if you have any more questions!

  16. Bobbi April says:

    Gorgeous lashes! And great tip about baby shampoo!

  17. Amy Nimtz says:

    OMG, Lauren!!! I got back to the office and one of the attorneys asked if I’d had my hair done! Now you saw my bedhead, so clearly it wasn’t that. He said ” you look all bright and sunny” it was my EYES girl. Thank you so much. I love them. Yep, an hour and a half and I’m hooked. Thanks again y’all… Great recommendation from TT.

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Thank you so much for your feedback, we love to hear our client’s reactions to their eyelash extensions! It was such a pleasure to have you at the studio, and we look forward to seeing you for your touchup.

  18. monika says:

    hello, my question is if extreme eyelashes glue can destroy my own lashes? thank you

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hello Monika,
      Thanks so much for submitting your comment. That is a very important question. Here at Flawless Lashes we take the utmost care of your natural eyelashes. You may hear of people complaining that eyelash extensions ruined their eyelashes. That is normally due to incorrectly or too heavy/long extensions being applied. When applied correctly, and only using a ratio of extension that is not too long or thick compared to the natural eyelash, eyelash extensions should not harm the natural eyelash. We can only apply lashes to existing, healthy natural eyelashes, so we have a vested interest in keeping them healthy and happy. If you have further questions, feel free to email us as info@flawlesslashes.com.
      Thank you

  19. sereathia dismel says:

    Im interested in a special lash prom.. when you get someone new. Ie apprentice

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi there! Thanks so much for your comment. We only run specials when we have a training apprentice, and as of now we do not have an apprentice. If you search Flawless Lashes on Facebook and like our page, we always update on there when we have an apprentice special. Take care.

  20. Jenel says:

    Where are you located? Thank you

  21. Susan says:

    Do you use a particular brand of extensions — Extreme Lash, Nova Lash, etc.? Thanks.

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi Susan,
      Thanks so much for your question. We have several options available, from the basic Xtreme Lash synthetic extensions, to silk lashes, and even authentic mink eyelashes. We try to have every possible option available so we can provide the best possible fit for a customized set of eyelash extensions. I hope this answers your question for you, and feel free to email or give us a call anytime you would like to know more.
      Take care

  22. Amy says:

    I would LOVE to get eyelash extentions but I am a bit skeptical about who to let do that on me. I live very far away from Florida meaning I can’t go of there. I called a salon and they said they use FlexFusion glue by Xtreme, what are your thoughts on that? Also what questions should I ask this lady, to see if she truly knows whatshe is doing. She said she had been applying eyelash extentions for two years.
    Also i am very sporty would this harm my lashes? I need your help !!

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi Amy,
      Thank you so much for contacting us about your potential eyelash extensions. You are very smart to research in advance about this service. There are many people trained in the application of eyelash extensions, but very few people who have the patience and attention to detail required to do it correctly.
      Here are some things to look for:
      You want to see actual photos of this person’s work. Not fancy stock photos, not photoshopped photos, but candid pictures of people’s eyelashes. If you see any clumping, chunks, or an overall extremely thick appearance on the photos, this is not the person for you. They should also have a variety of extension looks on their clients. If everyone is wearing very long, thick dramatic lashes it could mean this person is not considering the natural health (not the mention the client’s desired look) in choosing what extensions they apply.
      Ask her what her philosophy is on eyelash extension application. If she is just excited about “wow factor” and nothing beyond that, I would keep looking as well. A very solid, reputable lash stylist should be passionate about the health of the natural eyelashes, as well as creating a customized look for each of their clients.
      As for being sporty, the right stylist should be able to create a look that is perfectly in sync with you every day look and lifestyle.
      Also Amy, can I ask what city you live in? I have small network of very great lash stylists that I communicate with and I may be able to refer you to someone.
      Take care

  23. Marisol says:

    I am amazed by all these comments , it’s great. I would like to know what your price ranges are? I would love to go and get my eyelashes done by you as well as my mom. We would just like to know around how much it would be?

    • flawlesslashes says:

      Hi Marisol, thanks so much for your comment! Our prices range from $265 to $465 for a full set of lashes. There is also a pricing tab up top that you can click for more detailed information.
      Thanks again!

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