Lash Specialists

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Location: Utah
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Latest Activity: Jun 22, 2018

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Gel eye pad allergic reactions??? 11 Replies

Hey ladies, so I had a client the other day who's eyes were blood shot red the next morning after doing her lashes. A bit swollen underneath, not on top. The swelling went down the next day and the…Continue

Started by Keli R Shirey. Last reply by Violetta Demoney Apr 8, 2016.

Longest lasting adhesive 5 Replies

Hello Gals!I'm am desperate to find a longer lasting glue! It feels like I'm having to do a full set at a 2 week fill (in order to make them flawless again)! I've tried 5 different adhesives over the…Continue

Started by Heidi Dolan. Last reply by Talya Feb 15, 2016.

looking for new glues 18 Replies

hi everyone im looking at getting a new glue.does anyone one have any suggesting?Continue

Started by kellie davis. Last reply by Heidi Dolan Feb 9, 2016.

Lash training 2 Replies

I'm considering adding lash and brow extensions to my services.  Where would you suggest training? They all seem so expensive and far.  I'm in the Philadelphia PA areaContinue

Started by Cindy. Last reply by Cindy Nov 3, 2015.

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Comment by Stevie Adamovsky on August 25, 2011 at 10:51am
I also would love to get certified by Longmi by Daniel, he has the
1st & only US Patented

method for multiple-layer eyelash extensions
Comment by Stevie Adamovsky on August 25, 2011 at 10:48am
Just got certified through my spa! My boss paid for the training & kit, she went with iLash. The kit included lengths 9-13 & curls B & C. How popular are the J's & what about shorter lengths, like 7 or 8? Thanks :)
Comment by Cameo Godsey on June 25, 2011 at 10:03pm

I love premier lash. They have excellent customer service and pricing. They are about doing lashes safely and have longer training than another other company. Where abouts are you? I just met the owner of Chicago Lash Lounge and she knows her stuff! 

Lashes definitely are not for everyone. Some people have way too little of their own so you have to start them on a "lash food" to get more lashes to grow back in... (it's usually a result of poor lash care and lots of mites, yuck) Others just have really screwy lashes that just won't separate... Most people can do lashes that is why there are many types of curls. In advanced training you get more information on curl, shaping and highlighting.

Comment by Necia Kuleck on May 13, 2011 at 12:43am
Hi :)  I'm not a lash specialist yet but am looking into training. I'm interested in  what brand does everyone use and why?  Do you put lashes on every lash or does it depend on the person?  Any feedback is appreciated!

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