Why Amazing Lash Studio
Don't pass up the opportunity to own one of the fastest growing franchises of this decade. With over 100 studios open and over 200 licenses sold Amazing Lash Studio is the largest and fastest growing eyelash extension franchise. We have recently been ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the top new franchises.
Are you ready to do something AMAZING!
World Class Franchise Support
Amazing Lash Studio owners benefit from our comprehensive pre-opening training, build-out and local marketing support, a recurring revenue business model, automated business systems and our patented proprietary lash application process.
State of the Art Studios
The Amazing Lash Studio support team will help you identify, build-out, and equip your studio locations. Each of our studios carries forward our distinctive exterior and interior brand design elements, approved décor, colors, and furnishings.
Patented Lash Techniques
As an Amazing Lash Studio franchise owner, you can be at the forefront in this emerging industry. Our eyelash extensions are made of soft, lush fibers with a high gloss finish in a variety of different colors, lengths, thicknesses, curls, and materials.
What people are saying!
"[The] eyelash extension craze has reached new heights... Long, luscious lashes are everywhere you look these days, from the pages of glossy fashion magazines to the red carpet to reality TV... stars have inspired millions of other women to do the same."
— ABC's Good Morning America
Estimated Start-up Costs (Single Location)
Refer to the Franchise Disclosure Document for detailed information and explanations.
- Initial franchise Fee - $39,000
- Total Estimated Cost - $246,000-$404,000
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