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As I sit in my quiet house with my kids asleep in bed, I am pondering the things I am most thankful for in my lash career. I am thankful for:
When I started lashing, I was in college at Alaska Fairbanks- UAF, playing volleyball and doing lashes out of our studio apartment. I had no idea that lashes would: 1. Bring me a good income 2. Send me to beauty school 3. Bring me so many great friends and connections.
Shout out to all my clients!!! My OGs … Wow! So thankful you allowed me to practice on you for hours at a time. I wish I could do your lashes again to show you everything I’ve learned and to really treat you in return, for all your help in my lash journey.
. My current clients. My heart is full with love and friendship. I am thankful for you.
LASH ARTISTS! If I have visited you, or if you are sharing tips on social media, I’m thankful for you! You are making this industry better. You are making lash artists better just by sharing the little things you do.
For example: my friend, Sarah from @foreverlashaz. I got a big tip from her when she would do my lashes. At the end of every appointment she would have me tilt my chin to the ceiling. This head movement would allow her to check for lashes stuck on the gel pad or to bottom, sneaky, lashes. This may have been a little thing for her lash flow but this was an Awh ha moment for me!
I am thankful for the tips lash artists are sharing! We have to share in order to connect, grow and become better. Thank you for sharing.
The photo is from a mega volume training I took this past year. With Light Heart Lash. I’m grateful and thankful to my lash sisters who continue to push me forward. This industry is amazing with beautiful boss babes everywhere.
I hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving!
Clients typically struggle to lay on a massage table to spend hours of their time to get their lashes done. Performing a lash appointment can be a struggle especially when you are pressured for time. Let’s be honest both the client and the lash artists want amazing lashes in 1.5 hours or less, right?!
I am so grateful to my beginning clients who have started with me from the beginning. The beginning, when they would spend 4 to 5 hours for a full set on my couch. I’m grateful for those who have allowed me to experiment trying new techniques. These clients gave me their patience and time so that I can practice and develop my skill to be faster and better.
It is my hope, that my tips and experiments will help you to be faster and better from the get go. Here’s my lashing secrets for you, my lash sister!
Struggling with lashes sticking? Is your glue not drying fast enough?
Are the lashes popping off during an appointment when you brush them?
Annoyed that you are needing to change to a different bottle of glue because your lash rooms environment changed? Or the seasons changed?
I have experienced these issues too. It’s extremely frustrating. But I have found the adhesive that works for me.
"I am not a huge fan of changing to new adhesives. The Lyly adhesive works the best for me and my clients, producing great retention. So why change a good thing."
When the seasons change, your adhesive will react differently. Do you change your room humidity and temperature to match your adhesive needs?
Do you change to a different adhesive?
Do you know how to adjust your technique when using your adhesive during the season change? Throughout this blog, I will tell you what I do and why...
Morgan McGrath, Owner and Founder of Ida Jane. Ida Jane’s goal is to inspire eyelash artists and make lash life fun! We are lash ARTISTS who educate and make the lash world a better place!