How to Keep Your Lash Clients Comfortable
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by Lindy Williams
2M ago
Eyelash Extensions are considered a luxury service. It is important as lash artists that we make our clients feel comfortable and give them the extra care and luxury that come with a lash appointment. There is one product that by using it can set you apart and make your clients appreciate the simple step!  Here at EBL we believe to give your clients an experience. After all our service will set us apart from the rest based on the experience we give our clients. We believe that eye pads being used under the eye is one of the most important products. Well aside from the lash extensions them ..read more
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How to Mix Lash Curls to Create Custom Lash Sets
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by Lindy Williams
2M ago
When it comes to eyelash extensions there are many different looks you can create. You can customize your lash sets by mixing different lash curls. This technique allows lash artists to create dimension, texture, and enhance the overall appearance of the client's lashes. More and more lash artists are starting to mix curls and create something called a textured lash set. What is a Textured Last Set? A textured lash set is a type of eyelash extension set created that focuses on creating a multi-dimensional, wispy, or feathery effect using lashes of varying lengths, thickness ..read more
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Is it important to wash lash extensions?
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by Lindy Williams
2M ago
Washing your lash extensions is a must! It is a myth that you should not get your eyelash extensions wet. Or maybe you have heard that if you don't get them wet they last longer. (yikes!) Throw this idea away and hear us out as to why you should be using a lash wash on your lash extensions.  Washing Lash Extensions will help avoid irritations and infections. Just like natural hair lash extensions need to be washed. Not washing your lash extensions will create oil, dust, and debris build up. This can result in  putting you at risk for an eye infection or irritation, which will le ..read more
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When to use L+ and M Specialty Eyelash Curl
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by Lindy Williams
4M ago
Lash artists have a variety of different curls to choose from when doing eyelash extensions. Although C and CC Curl are the most popular curls to use currently there are other options out there. Today we are going to talk about L+ lash curl and M Lash curl and when you may use them. Some people are scared to use different curls, but we promise you will love them! L+ Lash Curl  Let's talk about L+ and how you can use it in your lash sets. L+ has a straight base. A straight base is great for those with straight natural lashes. When you match a straight base lash extension with a straight na ..read more
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Learn Lash Styling Workshop for Lash Artists
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by Lindy Williams
4M ago
Lash Styling Made Simple is a new workshop for already trained lash artists. EBL Lashes introduces a 1 day workshop designed for lash artists of all levels who want to have a thorough understanding of creating customizable lash sets for your clients. Whether you're a seasoned lash artist or just starting out in the eye lash industry, this course has you covered. Our educators will nail down everything from understanding different lash curls to tailoring styles based on eye shape and lash growth structure, basic maps to creative/advanced maps. And as an added bonus we will share tips on taking ..read more
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3 Tips To Avoid Lash Extensions Gluing Together
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by Lindy Williams
1y ago
Tips to avoid stickies while doing lash extensions. Hear from our Seattle Washington Lash Educator issued going to go over how to avoid what is one of the most common mistakes as a lash artist. Molly is our educator in Washington, she has been an educator and aesthetician for nearly a decade! She in an expert in lash extensions, read below for her tips. When placing the lash extensions there are a few things to keep in mind. Alternate back and forth between the eyes, this will allow the adhesive to dry and not stick those lashes onto each other. Make surfer to not place lash extensions ri ..read more
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Tips On Preventing Allergic Reactions to Lash Extensions
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by Brooke McAllester
2y ago
If you haven’t yet made eyelash extensions part of your self-care routine, you’re missing out. Eyelash extensions are the best service to get done. They have an incredible wow factor. Plus lash extensions save time, you wake up beautiful—the list goes on. There is one downfall, though, to be aware of: Some clients may experience an allergic reaction. But it’s not usually an actual allergic reaction to eyelash extensions. In most cases it is the adhesive that the client is allergic to, not the lash extensions themselves. We want to go over some ways we can do everything we can to avoid an aller ..read more
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4 Things To Know About Choosing Pre made Lash Fans
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by Lindy Williams
2y ago
Pre made lash extensions are the latest and greatest addition to the lash industry! Would you agree?  Since they are new (and so different than individual lash extensions), I would love to let you in on a few tips for using them. It can be a learning curve.  The Right Tweezer Matters  It is much easier to pick up a pre made fan with a curved or volume tweezer. Trying to pick up pre made lashes with a straight tweezer is harder and may take more time. Pick Them Up From the Bottom If the pre made eyelash fans are attached to the sticky strip on the middle part of the fan (like ou ..read more
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Which Lash Curl Is Best for Your Client’s Desired Look?
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by Lindy Williams
2y ago
Which Lash Curl Is Best for Your Client’s Desired Look? When there are so many lash curls to use, how do you decide which is best for your client? I want to make that easier for you today by breaking down each lash curl type. At EBL Lashes we carry a wide variety of lash extension curls so that you can choose one that best suits your client!   B-curl lashes are the most natural. B curls are great for someone who wants a very minimal amount of curl. They’re also ideal for someone with larger eyes who wants them to look less dramatic. We always recommend B curl on more mature clients a ..read more
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The Difference Between a C Curl and a D Curl
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by Lindy Williams
2y ago
There are a few different curl options when it comes to eyelash extensions. You will want to have a few different curl options so you can choose which curl will best suit your client.  Let's take a look at two of the most popular today. What’s the difference between a C curl and a D curl? It is important to understand so you are best educated on what curl to put on your client.   C curl is one of the more relaxed curls. We say that our EBL C Curl is slightly less than if you curled your natural lashes with an eyelash curler.    It is a great starter curl. Keep in mind that ..read more
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