The World’s Healthiest Eyelash Extension Company held its launch at their swanky studio at Water field Road, Bandra. NOVALASH, that has been brought in by Reign Studios India (A RadicoKhaitan Finance Venture), opened their first store in India in Select City Walk, Delhi and has finally opened their doors in Mumbai.
The event saw the presence of Preeti Jhangiani Himanshi Chaudhary, Mona Juneja, Smita Gondkar, Teena Singh, Sunaina Vij, Nikita Tulsian, Thenny Mejia, Tina Singh, Sunaina Vij, Sunaina Yoga, Reena Dhawan, Sahil Gupta and many more.
NOVALASH extensions are a glamorous non-invasive new way to extend the length and thickness of natural eyelashes. It is a convenient, safe and beautiful alternative to the daily use of mascara. Because each tapered, synthetic lash is bonded to a single natural lash, the final result is of effortless glamour and difficult to detect even close up.
Semi-permanent lashes, give the appearance of having mascara on without the messy clumps and smudging of makeup. Infact, extensions will take a minimum of 5 years of your age.
NOVALASH, from Texas, USA’s glue is made in an FDA approved facility found to be extremely safe for use. The extensions last anywhere between 4-6 weeks, and you can shower, exercise, swim, right after getting them done.
India Owner-Operator, Novalash, Sapna Bedi says “It was a life changing experience for me when I first got Novalash, as when I woke up I felt instantly pretty. Being a mother of 4 girls, there is never enough time for me. I realized I wasn’t alone and all of us women suffer with the same issue. We all want to look beautiful without any invasive procedure and a safe procedure”
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