What You Should Know About Lash Extensions
In the beauty industry, you will often receive radically different experiences and results depending on the technician's skill level, experience, and personal style of performing a service. Eyelash Extensions are especially true in this. It is my belief that you need to be extremely meticulous and educated in the process of applying eyelash extensions in order to do safe and beautiful work. Sadly, training is quite minimal when it comes to attaining a certificate as a Lash Technician. More often than not, the work I see from other technicians is very poorly done and can be irritating for the receiver, not to mention unattractive. This is one of those areas where you truly get what you pay for, and going cheap can be more expensive in the long run when you realize you need to have a poorly-applied lash set removed in order to start over with someone who's better skilled and experienced in the art of Eyelash Extensions.
Our Training and Experience with Eyelash Extensions
I received training and certification in 2014 as an Eyelash Extension technician, and received advanced training in a natural Volume technique in 2016 with an award-winning and internationally recognized lash extension technician and educator.
Eyelash Extensions have continuously been one of my most requested services, and is almost entirely referral-based. I continue to keep up to date with the most advanced information, techniques, trends, and supplies in the Lash Extension industry. I am always looking for ways to improve my technique, as well as ongoing testing of supplies used in lash extension application, to give the best results for my clients.
It is my belief that Lash Extensions should never be an obvious distraction on the face resulting from extensions that are way too large/long. I see this all the time. I much prefer the look of a subtle, natural enhancement which leaves people assuming you were born with amazing lashes!
I primarily do a natural-volume technique using extremely light-weight extensions. This takes a lot more skill to do correctly, and the results last longer, look softer, and gives a natural fullness. It's my personal favorite!