Microblading & Lash Extensions



Eyebrows help define the beauty in your face, they also give people the first impression of your attitude and character. If you feel your eyebrows are too sparse or two light, you may be considering microblading. At Stephanie Moss Salon we have a fully licensed microblading technician who can expertly match a pigment perfectly to your own natural skin tone giving you a strong, natural brow.

What are the benefits of microblading?

Never Smears

The colored pigment is implanted into the first 3 layers of skin, so you dont have to worry about smearing from water, sweating or rubbing.

Saves Time

By starting each day with perfect eyebrows, you can spend less time on your makeup routine and more time on what matters most to you.

Long Lasting

Microblading can last 1-3 years, making it a low-maintenance semi-permanent makeup.


When performed by an experienced makeup artist, microblading is definitely safe and nearly painless.



Our lash extensions come in a variety of sizes ranging from 6-17mm, giving you plenty of options. Our licensed esthetician performs a full lash extension in about two hours, using a non-irritating semi-permanent glue that will hold year-round with lash extension fills recommended every few weeks. Not only does that make it very low maintenance solution, it also won’t damage your natural lashes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take?

A full lash extension will take our licensed technician around 2 hours to perform. A half set is a quicker economic alternative if you’re looking to achieve a simpler dramatic effect.

Do lash extensions fall out over time?

 Lash extension are attached to individual eye lashes, they will fall out naturally with each base lash. We recommend coming back in for lash extension fills every few weeks.

Can lash extensions get wet?

Try to keep water away from the lashes for the first day after a full lash extension or fill.  Until the glue has fully set water can lessen the effectiveness of the adhesive.

What about mascara?

You will not need mascara with your new lashes, but if you feel you need it apply only to the tips with a water soluble mascara. Try not to use water-proof mascara as it can be quite difficult to remove without damaging the lash extensions.

What other questions should I have?

Your lashes and the areas around your lashes are a sensitive area, having someone fully qualified and with years of experience should be of paramount concern.  If you would like to discuss an individual solution please reach out and contact us.