Lash Artists Share their Best Before and Afters

Looking for creative inspiration or just curious what others in the field are doing? Check out some of these noteworthy before-and-afters!

Artist: Meghan Teichrib, MegaLash Boutique, Beaumont, AB, Canada

Social: @megalash_boutique

Lashes Used: SugarLash Pro at lashes .15, 9-13-10 mm, D curl.

The Client: “This client wanted all the drama! Lucky for us, she has an abundance of natural lashes that are long and healthy. Once we paired her naturals with at lashes, it was easy to achieve these results.”

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I love challenges, in terms of inconsistent density not textures. I may just be a certified lash ninja at this point LOL! To keep it real real, women of colour natural lashes are a bit challenging. If you do not have a vision of how you want the end result to be and if you simply were never educated on the techniques, it will feel like an ongoing struggle. ( in my training my lash girls can apply my technique on any ethnic background) . I would consider myself a lash artist that specializes on women of colour because (on the real real) straight lashes are the easiest to do (LITERALLY!) . If you can truly “master” curly/textured lashes - then you literally have mastered lash extensions. In this lash set I had to cover major spacing due to aging. For the ladies who thought her lashes were damaged from the insta story I posted a couple of days ago, this happens to many mature women. As you get older you lose your natural lashes, that’s why you shouldn’t over do your lashes with mega volume for consecutive years -you’ll have none wayyy before 40! Most would say no to this client but I was up for the challenge  Volume lashes are super light that it is able to provide density without harming your natural lashes (if only done right) . This client also doesn’t get lashes done often at all, so she decided to treat herself by seeing me! Volume lash training details on my website! #lashes #torontolashes #lashesonpoint #russianvolume #volumelashes #classiclashes #lashextension #lashesonfleek #lashesfordays #minklashes #longlashes #lashesoftheday #lashextensions #lashextension #lashed #lashextensionsatl #lashmakerofficial #maven #ruvol #lashstudio #lashesonfleek #microblading #mississaugalashes #oakvillelashes #vaughnlashes #bramptonlashes #lashartist #borboletabeauty #megavolumelashes #lashlove #lashstudio #lashstylist #lashextensions

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Artist: Monique Marsh, M Lashbar Pro, Mississauga, ON, Canada

Social: @mlashbar.pro

Lashes Used: J Brand Beauty Volume lashes .07, 12-7 mm, CC curl.

The Client: “I love challenges in terms of inconsistent density—and I may just be a certified lash ninja at this point! In this lash set, I had to cover major spacing due to aging. This happens to many mature women. As you get older, you lose your natural lashes, which is why you shouldn’t overdo your lashes with mega-Volume for consecutive years—you’ll have none left by the time you hit 40! Many lash artists would turn this client away, but I was up for the challenge! Volume lashes are super light, which is how I was able to provide density without harming the natural lashes.”

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This story first appeared in the May/June issue of Eyelash magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

 

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