All The Photos! My Lash Extensions x House of Tara’s Official Partnership Launch

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On Saturday, February the 13th 2016, the official partnership launch between My Lash Extensions and House of Tara happened at House of Tara’s Headquarter studios and The September Standard was there to bring you all the scoop.

My Lash Extensions — an offshoot of Extensions founded by Kenny Smith — threw open its doors to the public about a year ago and has grown considerably ever since. In addition to providing her customers with 100% premium, Siberian mink lashes that are reusable up to 27 times, the lashes deliver on a promise to be gentle on the user’s lash line, totally foregoing the harrowing experience of tugging on the natural lashes. And with it’s severely cut application time from hours to a few minutes, it gains cool points for being time efficient.

With over 30 different styles to choose from, women can alternate between cute, glam, sexy and gorgeous looks. They come in individual cases making storage a breeze. Plus some of the lashes come with indigenous Nigerian names — case in point, “Taiwo” adorned by the beautiful Miss Kenny Smith.

She expressed plans for more of such partnerships with different makeup studios around the country. For now though, My Lash Extensions are available in select House of Tara stores including those in Lagos and Abuja.

All in all, the event was a hit with a nice turnout. And we spotted so many beautiful ladies including Leslie Okoye, Kaylah Oniwo, Taje Prest, and Bukky Karibi-Whyte.


Tope Ben-Ajepe

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