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Wednesday Wink - How to do Lash Lift Eyelash Perming - With 3 Pro Tips and Tricks!

Lash Lift by GladGirl - how to video

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Posted by Janelle Greenstreet on December 15, 2021

Happy Wednesday Lash Lovers! Today let's take a look at all things LashLift for this upcoming winter season. Whether your client is an avid lash extension lover that’s looking to give her lashes a breather, or if you’re upselling a service to your brow client, eyelash perming always has a place in the salon and can be a fantastic source of extra income that will leave your clients wishing they’d lifted those lashes years ago. Let's dive right into the process, who your ideal client will be, as well as 3 of my tried and tested pro tips and tricks to help make every lash lift a successful one. Let’s get started!

The Process and the Kit

Firstly, we can’t create a beautiful lash lift without knowing the best way to go about the process for hassle free and perfect application every time. How shall we go about learning this process you might ask? Well, you’re in luck, lash babe, I’ve created a video showing you how I use my GladGirl LashLift Kit for the ideal application every time. (You can also checkout our neat Mini Kit here.) As always, please remember that this is a chemical process, and being properly trained and certified is always needed to be able to keep your clients safe and coming back for years to come. This video should only be used by professionals who are already certified in eyelash perming. (If you need training, look here.)
LashLift Kit by GladGirl GladGirl's LashLift Kit contains all of the products to perform the service, which will last 4-6 weeks!

Tips and Tricks

In my years of helping create beautiful curled and lifted lashes, I’ve had my fair share of failures and have learned from them to help myself grow as an artist. Today I’m here to give you all my hard earned tips and tricks so you don’t have to make the mistakes I have!

1. Choose the Right Curl!

This is imperative to choose a curl that matches not only your client’s desired end result, but also their eye shape and lash length. Lean towards a smaller rod for those clients that are looking for a more dramatic and lifted look, as well as clients that have shorter natural lashes. On the other hand, reach for a larger rod if your desired end result is for the lashes to have a soft swooping end result or if your client has naturally long and luscious lashes.

2. Glue - The Right Amount

Up next, application! For this step, be sure to apply enough glue for the lashes adhere to the rod properly and don’t come off mid service. But, be light handed with the amount of adhesive you use, as the more you use, the higher the chance that you create a barrier on the lashes that hinders the other steps for working properly.

3. Keratin Boost for Rod Removal

Lastly, if you’re struggling to remove your clients lashes from the rod at the end of the service, put GladGirl keratin booster to work by applying it to a doe foot applicator and applying to the lashes in a circular motion, it will quickly and easily break the adhesive bond while also nourishing the lashes for a healthy and lifted final result. LashLift is the perfect service to start offering if you don’t already! It takes about 20-35 minutes and if done properly can last up to 4-6 weeks with correct at home care. This service is the perfect add on and GladGirl LashLift Eyelash Perming Kit gives you all the tools you’ll need to get the job done in record time! Give it a try and let us know in the comments below if you’ve ever tried LashLift, and if so what you love about it! Get ready to FALL in love with Lash Perming this winter. Until next time, XOXO J

Janelle Greenstreet

Janelle Greenstreet

After graduating with her cosmetology license and working in the hair industry, Janelle Greenstreet was introduced to the wonderful world of eyelash extensions and never looked back. Janelle lives in Colorado, with her husband and one year old son, has owned an eyelash extension salon and specializes in Classic and Hybrid lash sets. She loves to mentor up and coming artists, and also prioritizes her own continued education.

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