As a lash tech, your main focus is ensuring that you give your clients beautiful long lashes; whatever it takes! But ignoring your health can be catastrophic to both your lash business and your life. We’ve put together a list of important health tips & considerations so you can have a long, healthy & comfortable lash career. Change is difficult but necessary when it comes to something as important as your health. Get started today!
As lash techs, it’s our job to ensure that our clients leave their appointment with perfect long lashes. But that’s not enough – those lashes need to last so that your clients feel they got a great service that was totally worth the money. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 8 top tips to help you maximize your retention. Read on to find what our top tips are!
You may find yourself in a situation where a client is complaining that eyelash extensions have damaged their natural lashes. Unfortunately, this isn’t unusual. Damage to the natural lashes can happen due to bad lash extension application technique, overuse of very long lash extensions or when low quality adhesives/materials are used. Part of our job as lash artists is to address the client’s concerns and advise them on how to move forward!
Learn how to prevent lash damage and how to advise your clients to rejuvenate their natural lashes!
Lash shedding is part of the natural cycle of hair loss, re-growth, and regeneration. While it’s nothing to worry about, it can be quite annoying when you’re trying to keep your lashes on fleek! To get the most out of lash extensions, it’s important that both you and your client fully understand the process and implications of lash shedding. Here’s all you need to know about the hair growth cycle and how this can affect your work.
As lash artists, we can control almost everything about the application of lashes on our clients. However, what we can’t control and what is arguably the most important factor that determines how long lashes last is how our clients take care of their lashes; also known as eyelash extension aftercare.Read more to find out what you should be telling them and when you should give them the information.