Wednesday Wink – Fake it ‘Till you Make It!


As a lash extension trainer, I feel the pain of every new lash artist out there looking to start their career. When I took my training, I had to complete 12 practice sets of lashes before I received my certification. I had to send before and after photos to my instructor for review and received […]

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Your Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to LashLift Eyelash Perming Technique

Lash Lift How To Training Manual Cover

Hey LashLifters! Since my first post on eyelash perming, many of you have reached out and asked for more details about the eyelash perming process. So, let’s explore the finer points of one of my favorite beauty services! Here is my comprehensive how to article, with tips taken from our new LashLift Training Manual. Note: In […]

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Wednesday Wink – How to Choose a Lash Educator

Lash Extensions Training School

As an educator, I get asked this question quite often. Potential students want to know who is the best educator and what is the value of the education they are paying for. As consumers, we all are looking for the best bang for our buck. So, how do we get past the jazzy marketing and […]

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Wednesday Wink – Get Creative With Your Taping Techniques

Do you get creative with your taping? While we all have been through lash training that taught us how to properly protect the lower lashes, each of us have been exposed to different educators who have their own process that works for them. Some trainers use gel pads, others use tape, and some use a […]

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Wednesday Wink – So You Want to be an Awesome Lash Artist? Please Check Your Ego at the Door…

Want to be an awesome lash artist? Check your ego...

Big industry trade shows, like the International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conferences, Cosmoprof North America (CPNA), or IMATS can offer you a vast and wonderful wealth of information. They are well worth the opportunity, if you are open to being there, and are ready to learn! Recently, I attended one and found it to be an amazing resource, and very […]

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Wednesday Wink – What New Services Will You Offer in 2017? Education is Key!

Are you ready to get educated this year? Let’s look at how adding education to your calendar for 2017 will benefit you, your clients, and your staff. If you have wanted to learn a new lash technique, get a handle on your business numbers, or add services to your menu – now is the time […]

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Salon Hygiene – The Proper Practices for Sanitation, Disinfection and Sterilization

Salon Sanitation

Hello again current and future lash and brow technicians! I felt inspired to write about some common issues that we face every day, such as safety precautions and sanitation practices. So let’s dive in, shall we? Keep in mind that many of these answers are condensed to keep the article length down, but are covered […]

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Wednesday Wink – Lashes, A Love Story

Wednesday Wink - Lash Love Story

Hello Glad Lash Community! I’m Sarah Moore, and I’m delighted to come aboard here at the Glad Lash blog. After all, I have been a glad girl since my day one when I started in the beauty industry, over 13 years ago. As a master of lashes and brows, I will be joining the team to […]

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Wednesday Wink – Patch Testing your Clients; The Way to Peace of Mind


When a new client books their first time appointment with you, are you patch testing? I know with some lash artists it isn’t always common practice to perform a patch test. Have you had a client who has had her lashes done by another artist? Most of us have. When a client comes to you […]

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Eye on Training: Glad Lash Training Academy Featured in Eyelash Mag

Eyelash Mag Cover March-April 2016 Edition

Each one-day master class is limited to just three students. “When you have very small classes, people get much more out of it,” says Bolkin. “It’s a very detailed process, and students really need your attention.” – Esther Bolkin, Eyelash Mag, March-April 2016 Eyelash Mag March-April 2016 Edition featured Glad Lash Training Academy.  

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