Celebrating Five Years of Lash Journey with Ayumi Eyelash

In a landmark celebration, the first Filipino-owned eyelash extension and nail art salon, Ayumi Eyelash, recently commemorated its lash journey following five years of presence in Philippines.

Ayumi, which first opened in the Philippines on January 2015, serves as the official Philippine counterpart of Japan’s biggest eyelash company DOT1101 Tokyo, Japan.

With staff trained by certified Japanese technicians and materials flown straight from Japan, Ayumi customers enjoy not only of professional service, but also of the best quality products that are natural-looking and easy to maintain.

The eyelash extension and nail art salon celebrated its lash journey at the Gallery By Chele in BGC last February 28, 2020.

As a pioneer in the eyelash extension industry in the Philippines, Ayumi prides itself in providing its growing clientele with service that is not only safe, but also high quality. Bringing topnotch services and technology from its mother company to local shores, Ayumi only gives its customers tried and tested materials from Japan for a guaranteed premium service. Proper training and quality control of its technicians are also ensured by Ayumi through its quarterly upskill training sessions with its Japanese roots.

During its thanksgiving dinner, owner Candy Hernando proudly shared that Ayumi looks to expand to nine more locations by the end of the year— putting the total Ayumi branch count at 25 nationwide.

Ayumi co-founders Candy and Raul Hernando welcomed guests to the Ayumi 2020 kickoff.

Hernando also took pride in sharing that Ayumi is to be the official eyelash and nails partner of Miss Universe Philippines 2020. As the official partner, Ayumi will be providing Miss Universe Philippines 2020 hopefuls with their eyelash and nails glow-up leading up to the coronation night.

Maggie Wilson talking about her lash journey with Ayumi, which started in 2017.

Using only premium sable lashes for its eyelash extensions, Ayumi offers a range of services that is aimed at giving its customers an eyelash glow-up, serving natural or dramatic purposes.

Classic Extension –Through a Classic Extension, one sable lash is attached to one natural lash. Customers can choose from a 40/40, 60/60, or 80/80 classic lash extension.

5D Lashes – With the 5D lash extensions, 250-300 lashes are added per eye— with at least five sable lash extensions being adhered to one eyelash, creating a voluminous look. 

Ange Curl Lash – The first of its kind in the country, the Ange Curl Lash uses a premium serum from Japan to lift your natural lashes upward before attaching extensions to create a more full-looking eye.

Ange Curl and 5D combination – With the technique of the Ange Curl Lash lift, at least five sable lash extensions are added to one eyelash for a more dramatic look.

Tres Structure Lash – From Ayumi’s luxury line, the Tres Structure Lash is a soft and weightless eyelash extension available in various length layers, giving customers the option of a classic, natural, or voluminous curl.

“The journey to get Ayumi to where it is today has had its ups and downs— making it something worth celebrating with the people who have supported us throughout the years. We can’t wait to have our growing family join us as we look forward to an even more exciting year to come,” said Hernando.

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