Permanent Lashes and Makeup by Lori
Simply Lashes and Permanent Makeup by Lori is located in The Spa at Chelsea Park. It is centered in a beautiful secluded location that is surrounded by woods right off of Route 9 in Clifton Park. NY Simply Lashes and Permanent Makeup is licensed, certified and insured. Conveniently located off of the northway, just 20 minutes from Albany and Saratoga. Our clients travel from Clifton Park, Mechanicville, Averill Park, Burnt Hills, Lake George, Saratoga, Troy, Latham, Glens Falls, Adirondacks, Massachusetts and Vermont.
Clifton Park expert in Permanent Makeup and Eyelash Extensions
Services take place in an uplifting tranquil room to give you the relaxing experience that you deserve! With a background in the makeup and the beauty industry, Lori’s work is a statement of extreme attention to details. Best known for the natural look of her results.
Simply Lashes and Permanent Makeup by Lori Services:
• Permanent Makeup Eye Liner, Top and Bottom • Lip Liner and Lip Staining • Micro blading, a tattooing of eyebrow in feather strokes • Eyelash Extensions • Plasma Skin Tightening, • Derma planing • Microdermabrasion
Tattoo artist Lori Manny giving free eyebrows to breast cancer patients
October 25, 2018, Elaine Houston, WNYT.com, Albany, NY CLIFTON PARK – When you think of tattooing, most people see it as a way for people to express themselves through body art. However, one woman is using it to help breast cancer patients feel beautiful. When Lori Manny thinks of her sisters, she has fond memories — and their deaths as a result of breast cancer are etched in her mind too. So, this month, “Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” the artist who does permanent makeup tattooing for eyelashes, eyeliner and eyebrows on women who lost their eyebrows to too much tweezing, wanted to give back to breast cancer survivors. It’s called microblading and she’s using it to tattoo eyebrows on women who’ve lost theirs to chemo, for free. The $500 procedure starts with a stencil for design and shaping of the brow. The spot is then numbed and the tattooing begins. It takes a couple of hours and Manny says the finished product almost always make women feel better. For those who have survived breast cancer, it always hits the mark. Manny is extending her free offer to breast cancer survivors until the end of November.