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New studio specializes in eyelash extensions

Lash Spa Studio in South Tampa offers eyelash and eyebrow services. Photo courtesy of Lash Spa Studio.

Lash Spa Studio in South Tampa offers eyelash and eyebrow services. Photo courtesy of Lash Spa Studio.

BAYSHORE BEAUTIFUL — Lash Spa Studio grew from the back room of a spa, where founder Jennifer Blair did lashes, into a business able to sell territories across the country.

On March 14, one-time customer, turned territory owner, Kristen Schram brought the concept to South Tampa.

"At the time (when they asked me to buy a territory) my husband and I went to Clearwater every year to visit my parents," Schram said. "So, I thought why don't I go to Tampa or Clearwater. I did the research then decided on South Tampa."

The studio offers lash extensions, brow threading, HD brow, brow tinting and "a new trend that's coming out right now" brow extension.

"We are specialized," Schram said. "We certify within our company and the products are made within our company. We do it all day, every day."

Schram is already setting up another, larger location in Carrollwood, set to open in September, where more services such as lip contouring will be available.

A St. Petersburg storefront is also in the works.

A grand opening party will take place on July 25 at noon at 4004 S MacDill Ave.

Visit lashspastudio.com or call (813) 835-4000.

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New studio specializes in eyelash extensions 06/15/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 15, 2016 4:44pm]
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