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Uncertain Times

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Uncertain Times

I know in these uncertain times we're all worried about our businesses. Lets face it there doesn't seem to be a great deal of help for the beauty industry however I don't know about you but I can't wait to have my hair, lashes, nails and OMG my brows done. So if this is how we're feeling imagine how our clients feel, they will be dying to see you once this is all over. Just keep yourself visible, remind your clients that you're still there. Post regularly on your social media platforms Send them a message Create a poll asking...

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Be Strong When charging For Infill's

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Be Strong When charging For Infill's

When it comes to charging for infill's all I can say is be strong. Unfortunately people do like to try their luck and push the boundaries, they will come to you with one or two lashes on and ask for an infill, now me and you both know that this is not an infill it is a full set. If after you have explained that it is not an infill it is a full set and they still insist that it is an infill then this is exactly what you should give them (an Infill) as after all this is...

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The Importance of Isolation

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The Importance of Isolation

Isolation is such an important stage of the eyelash extension treatment. we often get students asking us why the have to isolate and why they can't just place the lashes on the top. If you were to just place the lashes on the top without isolation then this wouldn't be classed as individual eyelash extensions as the whole point of individual eyelashes extensions it that you apply one lash extension to one natural lash. Now don't get me wrong isolation can be very tricky and very frustrating especially when you are first starting out but you need to persevere as...

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Tape verses Eye Pads

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Tape verses Eye Pads

Everyone has a different way of working when it comes to securing down the bottom lashes during an eyelash extension treatment. Some people prefer to use eye pads, some use tape and some people use both. I personally like to use both, I place my eye pad on first then I secure it with some tape, this just prevents the eye pad from slipping and any bottom lashes from escaping. The reason I like to use eye pads is that it is kinder on the eye's for the client when removing at the end of the treatment, however it does...

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Aftercare Information

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