Isolation has to be one of the most deceiving and underrated skills in the industry. How many of you as new lash artists have watched YouTube videos or IGTV's, thinking I can totally do that! Then there you are sitting in your first course feeling like Edward Scissorhands and all of his awkwardness.
After spending time on lash forums I have seen many questions and comments from clients about experiences with swollen, itchy, red, dry, and watery eyes! While it is great to see that they are doing their own research, a key part of being a lash artist is educating your clients on potential post-appointment risks, including allergic reactions and irritations. This is why it is important to identify the key characteristics and differences between allergic reactions and irritations. Having the knowledge and confidence to professionally handle any issue that might arise, will make all the difference to your clients.
There are a couple ways to ensure you make a great first impression. Make sure your working environment is clean and welcoming, greeting your client with enthusiasm and positivity, and ensuring your appearance is clean and professional - this includes what you are wearing.
We would like to welcome four new Sugarlash PRO™ Educators to our team! They have joined our growing team of SLP Educators, each bringing with them a diverse set of skills, expertise, and knowledge that we are excited to share. Stay tuned for guest blogs, webinars, social media takeovers, and more from these incredible lash artists!