Our Robots help Businesses see 3x more clients

Each of our robots can make up to $3 million in revenue. Help us fund our expansion into salons, beauty retailers, spas, and luxury hotels by investing today.

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Our Potential Looks as Good as Our Lashes

3X
More Appointments
$20B
Global Market
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On The Front Lines Of Innovation

Repetitive, precise, and physically demanding tasks in the beauty industry are perfect for technological disruption. By bringing our robotics and AI to this multi-billion dollar market, LUUM will stand at the forefront of innovation.

20-40%

of American women have already tried eyelash extensions

34K

US businesses were offering eyelash services pre-pandemic

30%

annual lash extension market growth pre-pandemic

$1,200

is spent each year on eyelash extensions and monthly refills for the average consumer

Demand

for eyelash extensions is on track to surpass Botox

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Created To Scale Business Margins

Our automation robotics are designed to improve business margins with higher quality and safer lash extension services in just 25 minutes.

3X More Clients Per Day
100% Safe
200% Faster Appointments
Collaborates With Artist
Compact Size
Consistent, Quality Results

How LUUM Works

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The eyelash extension robot integrates into existing space to work alongside lash artists for enhanced results.
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The robot computer vision “sees” the unique client and adjusts in real-time, pausing when it detects motion and resuming when the client is still.
3
Feather-light plastic wands, which fall away in the unlikely event of contact with anything other than the lash, precisely isolate each eyelash to adhere extensions.
4
The AI platform leverages machine learning by improving performance with each service.
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Lash artists can now redirect energy from painstaking manual installation to artistry, stylization, and customer satisfaction.
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Collaborative eyelash extension robot integrates into existing space to work alongside lash artists for enhanced results.
2
The robot computer vision “sees” the unique client and adjusts in real-time, pausing when it detects motion and resuming when the client is still.
3
Feather-light plastic wands, which fall away in the unlikely event of contact with anything other than the lash, precisely isolate each eyelash to adhere extensions.
4
The AI platform leverages machine learning by improving performance with each service.
5
Lash artists can now redirect energy from painstaking manual installation to artistry, stylization, and customer satisfaction.
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Our Expansion Strategy

We will utilize the funds from investments to optimize our technology for faster and even higher quality output. We also plan to expand into additional high-volume market verticals, including leading beauty retailers, medi-spa chains, lash-service providers, luxury hotel chains, and even high-end hospitality destinations.

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A Business Model Setup For Success

$125,000 robot generates $3 million in revenue. 30% goes directly to LUUM within only 6.5 months.

We plan to expand to more market verticals like leading beauty retailers, medi-spa chains, luxury hotel chains, and more.

Branded Luum Salons

As a secondary plan of action, we will own and operate our own LUUM salons and bring our advanced technology platforms to brand new locations.

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The World’s First Eyelash Extension Robot

LUUM is on track to be the first company to take robotics to the projected $20 billion global eyelash extension market, making us a true category creator.

Robust patent portfolio that makes it difficult for competitors to emerge

Lashes are non–medical, eliminating the need for FDA approval or MD supervision

Our patented technology platform is the first of its kind in the industry

Board of ophthalmologists & dermatologists to ensure highest safety standards

Noteworthy Investors

Executives from the biggest beauty brands are investing in us.

The LUUM Crew

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