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The Lash Report │ Issue No.4 │ Reasons for retention issues

Every lash artist encounters retention issues at one time or another. No need to freak out! Educate your clients on after care and what causes premature lash shedding during their initial consultation. It’s also a good idea to periodically give them reminders. I find it best to make an IG post about it and send it to the client so that they can refer back to it. It’s also a good idea to make a video on how to properly wash your lashes and send that to your client as well.   Here is a list of reasons that can cause poor retention.   On the artists end   •Did not wash the lashes before lashing the client •Did not...

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EBL - Brand Review

    As lash artists we dump thousands of dollars into different brands and products in hopes of finding our go to lashes, adhesives and tweezers.  I ordered a ton of EBL products to use and review so that you don't have to! My thoughts on all products below. Adhesives & Remover Grand Rapid & X Adhesive Pros -Wallet friendly price point for both adhesive. -Great adhesive for new lash artists as the curing time is 2-3 seconds.  Cons -If you are a fast lash artist the curing time won't be fast enough for you. -Although the retention is decent, I have experienced better retention with other adhesives.  Final Thoughts Great adhesive for beginner lash artists or artists who work...

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Julia Powell - My Journey Into Lashing

Hey! First of all, thank you so much for taking time out of your day to read my blog. It really means the world to me that you’re here! As my first blog post I thought it would be most fitting to introduce myself and tell you a little bit about my lash journey. Prior to starting a career in the beauty industry, I was a full-time model. Although this sounds glamorous, and at times it was, It also meant that I was often far from home. I had very bizarre hours, some months I was doing photoshoots back to back and hardly had a moment to pause. Other times, there was nothing. It wasn’t exactly sustainable long term and...

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