LASHPRO JOURNAL


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High Profile — Meghan Beck

This month, we had a chance to speak to LashPRO Educator — and all-round lash legend — @meghanbeck.slpro about a career that gives her the independence to structure her business — and her life — exactly the way she wants to. With five years in the lash industry under her belt, Meghan has been able to take every one of Sugarlash PRO’s courses and turn around to help develop new ones — all in the name of building an industry stacked with “badass bosses.”

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All About Isolation

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.

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LashPRO Journal Guest Blog Post: Allergic Reactions vs Irritations

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.

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Don't Try This At Home: Lash Lifts

During this global pandemic, some of your clients may have performed at-home lash procedures. While we understand it might be tempting to do D.I.Y. lash lift - desperate times call for desperate measures - it is important to educate your clients on the dangers of performing these procedures without proper training and certification.

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