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As a professional eyelash technician, you know that your clients often have natural lashes that are skimpier and less lush than they’d like them to be. You also know the dramatic way eyelash extensions can transform someone’s face, highlighting their beautiful eyes and giving them the lashes of their dreams. If your prospective clients are on the fence about trying eyelash extensions, they may be wondering why they should commit to the cost and time required when they could simply buy cheap strip lashes and glue them on themselves at home. When explaining the benefits of eyelash extensions compared to false strip lashes, here are some things to emphasize: Extensions look much more natural. S

Eyelash Extension Laws and Regulations

You love the art of eyelash extensions and making your clients feel their most beautiful. But in addition to the fun aspects of eyelash extensions, you also have to keep track of some not-so-fun practical and legal details. Eyelash laws and regulations are sort of complicated, but here’s the gist of what you need to know as an eyelash pro: Laws Regulating Eyelash Extensions Vary by State Laws regulating eyelash extensions are set at the state, rather than federal, level. If you’re not sure what is required, start by looking up your state’s requirements. Most states require a license to apply eyelash extensions. In some states, this can be a general cosmetology or even hairdressing license. I

Tips for Caring for Your New Eyelash Extensions

You finally took the plunge and got a set of gorgeous eyelash extensions. You’re thrilled with your new look, but not sure how exactly to take care of your lashes. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few simple ways to keep your eyelash extensions looking great for as long as possible: Don’t Get Them Wet for At Least 24 Hours Once your eyelash extensions have a chance to fully set, which can take 24-48 hours, you can get them wet. Until then, avoid showering (at least without wearing a pair of goggles) and try to use makeup removing face wipes to wash your face without getting it wet. Crying counts as getting your lashes wet, so this is probably the time to avoid watching The Note

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