The eyelash specialist has begun its international growth, following several years of maintained success.
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Deka Lash, the U.S. beauty experts currently operating 81 studios in 26 states, with more than 200 franchises awarded, recently announced it would soon be expanding to Canada through its first franchise partnerships with Ontario entrepreneurs.
Mushabbir and Shama Kaiser Chowdhury, and Sandra and Sharif Elhilali are the first Canadian franchisees, who will open studios in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario.
“We are excited to partner with these entrepreneurs as Deka Lash builds and strengthens its footprint in the beauty space,” said Jerel Tomasello, president and COO. “This accomplishment of international growth reflects the strength of our brand and the dedication of our team of franchisees and corporate staff. More importantly, our growth is fueled by the rising number of clients we make beautiful each day, one eyelash at a time.”
Jennifer and Michael Blair founded Deka Lash in 2011, and immediately knew they had something special on their hands. Following the initial opening in Shadyside, Pennsylvania, the couple soon expanded to further locations in Pittsburgh and began franchising in 2016.
“In just three short years and with more than 200 franchises awarded in the United States, Deka Lash is well on its way to joining the ranks of some of this country’s most noteworthy franchise companies,” said Michael Blair, co-founder and CEO of Look Good Brands, the parent company of Deka Lash. “It is now time to make Deka Lash a global brand.”
Deka Lash provides semi-permanent eyelash extensions with a unique in-studio experience, online bookings, and extended hours including weekend appointments. The brand’s highly trained and licensed lash artists take their time to ensure quality applications, individually designed to fit the client’s eye shape and lifestyle.
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