Livid Lash is dedicated to providing safe, and proper lash services, but some are just looking to jump on the next trend without the proper education. CLIENTS NEED TO EDUCATE THEMSELVES TO ENSURE THAT THE SERVICE THEY GET IS BOTH SAFE AND NON-DAMAGING. Below are some things to look for when choosing to get lash extensions.
What to Look for When Choosing a Lash Service
#1 Thing All Lash Technicians SHOULD Know
Lash Growth Phases: Anagen, Catagen, Telogen.
You can find this out by asking your lash technician about your lash growth cycle and what are the phases. If they took a course, they should know this when explaining how and why natural lashes growth in a certain manner.
Someone who tells the truth about Clusters and Strips.
People call clusters "Individual", but the are not! The adhesive used is heavy and applied to multiple lashes and that's how many are going to come out when you take them off or they fall off. Lashes grow at different times, they need to continue to grow and shed independently. Clusters and strip lashes leave bald spots and traumatize the lash hair follicle. They are cheaper, but nothing is worth having bald eyes. Just save up or purchase a good mascara.
Photos of actual work should be somewhere.
People who take pride in their work showcase it. Photos can be on a website, Facebook, Instagram, even if it's just on their phone. If someone doesn't have pictures, they don't have proof.
Is their work guaranteed?
Most people with decent work guarantee it. If a client is dissatisfied, they will fix it or remove it for free. Or offer a free re-fill if the client is ify about volume. This doesn't mean you get to take advantage of the lash stylish, but they will accommodate reasonable requests or concerns.
Do they have a certification?
Some people can get an online certification. If the lash stylist attended a actual class in person, that's better than just watching a video online. If the stylist spent money to take and attend a class for a certification, they are serious about their work. If they invest in classes to perfect their craft, they most likely take what they do seriously.