What to look for when looking for lashes

When choosing to get eyelash extensions, your choice of an artist is key. What do you look for? Many people make their decision based on location or price but there is so much more to choosing the right lash artist than just those factors alone. Eyelash extension application is an art and should be treated as such. You wouldn’t trust you eyes to just anyone would you? Here is a few tips on how to choose the right artist for you.

Do your research!! What does that mean exactly? When choosing an artist you must first know what your looking for. Having a photo of your desired outcome to reference will always help you and your artist determine the style of lashes you would like. These days there are lash artist who strictly deal with one style of application or who specialize in a certain eye style. Let’s discuss these differences to assist you in your choice.

Currently there are two styles of lash extensions on the market. Single or Classic lash extensions which are single strands of synthetic eyelashes applied to one natural lash at a time. This look can maximize your natural lash volume by adding a little more density and length giving the illusion of perfect mascara. Volume lash extensions are multiple strands of synthetic eyelashes applied to one natural lash. This look gives much more fullness then your natural lashes could ever dream of! If you have a specific look in mind let’s say the #kimkardashian or #kyliejenner , you need to make sure that you bring a photo of your desired outcome to your appointment. Please keep in mind that not all looks are appropriate for daily wear and may not be compatible with all natural lash conditions. Your artist should discuss this with you and adjust your extensions accordingly.

Tune in next week to get more tips on how to select a the right lash style and stylist for your needs. A hui hou!

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  1. Great information Sarah, thanks so much for sharing. It is very helpful to know what to look for. Is there a registry of certified lash specialist available that we can consult I need choosing the correct specialist for our needs?

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