What started off as a mother-daughter idea has blown up into a bi-coastal trend.
"We focus on eye, lash and brow beauty," said owner Suzanne Cats while appearing on NBCLA's NewsRaw.
Fifty bucks will get you "Try Me Lashes," a temporary 24-hour lash extension that is meant to be a "try-out" for customers.
It consists of more than 60 extensions to accentuate your eyes.
"They are more beautiful and natural looking than a strip lash," said Cats.
The full treatment takes 30 minutes. If you like it, you can buy the true lash extension for about $250. It will last between two and three months.