INARI Salon & Spa

(202) 898 6350

1425 K Street NW, Suite 102
Washington, DC 20005

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XtremeLashes Lash Extensions

Stylists You Can Trust

Founded in 2005, Xtreme Lashes® is the world’s most trusted name in semi-permanent eyelash extensions. At INARI Salon & Spa, we have set the standard across our nation's capital and rated the most trusted salon for lash extensions across DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

Mai Duong was the first to introduce Xtreme Lashes as an Advance Stylist to Washington, DC. and has paved the way to empower women from all over the world. Today, she remains to be the most sought after lash stylist, alongside her daughter Emily Giovinazzo, because of their consistency, quality, care, and attention to detail for every client. Safety and quality is at forefront of everything at INARI Salon & Spa.


Right After Your Appointment

After your appointment, basic makeup application and normal lifestyle routine can resume. To facilitate a more flexible, longer-lasting bond and to minimize potential irritation or adverse reactions, your Lash Stylist will ask you to  avoid the following 5 activities within the first 3 hours:

  1. Avoid exposure to excessive steam or water.

  2. Avoid exposure to excessive heat.

  3. Avoid spray or airbrush tanning.

  4. Avoid wearing or inserting in contact lenses.

  5. Avoid using non-Xtreme Lashes cosmetics and skincare products that may come in contact with your extended lashes.


Between Your Appointments

When it comes to daily or continuous aftercare for longer lasting eyelash extensions, your strategy is simple: only use specially formulated eyelash extension compatible Xtreme Lashes cosmetics and skincare products AND avoid the following:

  1. Avoid using waterproof cosmetics (i.e. mascara or eyeliner) on or near extended eyelashes.

  2. Avoid using mechanical or heated eyelash curlers.

  3. Avoid excessive mascara application.

  4. Avoid using an eyelash sealer or mascara if your eyelash extensions were applied using the Volumation® technique as this may cause clumping or loss of volume.

  5. Avoid excessive exposure to friction, excessive rubbing of eyes, and picking/pulling on extended eyelashes.

  6. Avoid chemical eyelash treatments such as eyelash tinting or perming.


Miscellaneous Care

To prevent damage to your eyelash extensions, care should be taken when receiving any of the following facial procedures:

  1. Strong chemical peels or skin resurfacing procedures that come in direct contact with the eye area.

  2. Facial treatments and facial massages that include direct contact with the eye area and extended eyelashes.

Always inform your esthetician or medical provider that you are wearing eyelash extensions before any facial procedure begins.

Want to learn more about Lash Extensions and safety standards? Call us today.