Texas-based eyelash salon coming to The Corners of Brookfield

Targets mid-summer opening

Courtesy of The Lash Lounge

Last updated on June 18th, 2019 at 11:09 am

The Lash Lounge, a salon specializing in eyelash and eyebrow services is slated to open by mid-summer at The Corners of Brookfield, Brookfield Corners LLC announced today.

It will be the first Wisconsin location for the Grapevine, Texas-based franchise, which currently operates 70 salons throughout the U.S. Its services include eyelash extensions, tinting, lash lifts, facial threading and permanent makeup, according to its website.

The Lash Lounge will occupy a 1,200-square-foot space adjacent to Anthony Vince Nail Spa on the west side of the shopping center. Construction on that space will begin in May.

“We’re thrilled to add The Lash Lounge to our list of diverse tenants,” said Robert Gould, vice president of IM Properties, the developer of The Corners. “We know this is an experience that our patrons will be excited about, and we’re proud to become The Lash Lounge’s first Wisconsin location.”

The new Brookfield salon will be operated by local franchisee Stephanie Zeiler.

“The Lash Lounge frees up precious time in women’s days and fills them with the confidence,” Zeiler said. “We can’t wait to spread our mission to the Town of Brookfield community and beyond,”

Since opening in 2017, The Corners of Brookfield has attracted a handful of first-to-Wisconsin retailers and restaurants including Von Maur, Arhaus, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Goddess and the Baker and Silverspot Cinema.

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