When your lash clients go elsewhere

by Maddi Morris April 21, 2021

If you’re a sensitive person by nature like myself, when a client goes to a different artist it’s easy to take it personally! Client relationships are special, it’s different than a friendship but I would argue it’s equally as ...
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What All Lash Artists Need to Know

by Joanne Kim August 20, 2020 3 Comments

First of all, I would like to give YOU a warm welcome and congratulations for taking the first step in becoming a lash artist… researching! I commend you for being prepared and wanting to learn more about the industry! You’re already on the right track...
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How to Build a Loyal Clientele After Quarantine

by Maddi Morris June 12, 2020

One thing every lash artist can agree upon, the government mandated quarantine or “The 2020 Lashpocolpyse” as I like to call it, has been deeply affecting all of us and is changing our lash businesses like never before ...
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The Beauty of Being a Lash Artist

by Maddi Morris May 15, 2020 2 Comments

We all have reasons why we do things. Careerwise, being a lash artist is an interesting and unique choice for where we invest our time, energy and years of our life ...
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Time to Invest in YOU

by Lydia Dominick April 01, 2020

I’m not quite sure that anyone I’ve ever known has been in this situation before. These are certainly unprecedented times which will undoubtedly birth very creative solutions. I like to think of it as ...
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The Culture of Competition in our Lash Industry - You're Not Alone

by Teressa Larson February 21, 2020 1 Comment

I recently was on a phone call with a lash artist that was struggling greatly in many areas - environment conditions, clientele,and personally.  We worked through what she could do to ... 
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How to Grow from Difficult Clients and Conflict

by Teressa Larson January 08, 2020 1 Comment

How do you feel when you receive a client complaint, or someone reports being dissatisfied with the lashes you applied on them? Maybe a better question is, how does this situation make you react? As lash artists ...
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A day in the life of a LashBox LA Training

by Lydia Dominick November 05, 2019

We all know Lashbox LA is different, after all, that's why you are here right now! But we wanted to take a moment and tell you what is different about our trainings, specifically, and what our trainings are going to continue ...
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Innovation and the Growth of the Lash Industry (or, the pre-made fan discussion 😉)

by Teressa Larson August 20, 2019

The eyelash extension industry has advanced so much in the last several years, and where would we be without that advancement? Still picking up loose lashes from little pots and plunking heavy ...
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The Life and Death of a Tweezer

by Lydia Domnick August 06, 2019 1 Comment

As a lash artist, our tweezers are sometimes far too important to us. It’s the only tool we need and we need it to work for eight hours a day, five days a week and if it doesn’t, we are “up a creek.”
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The Most Important Thing Lash Artists Can Do for Their Career

by Sylwia Walus July 22, 2019

Practicing your lash making on a daily basis is one of the most important things you can do for your lash career. There are several reasons why this is a key component to focus on in your career, but to start out, I like to put it like this ...
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Simple Tips to Build Better Relationships with your Eyelash Extension Clients

by Lydia Domnick April 17, 2019

I absolutely love my clients. Some of them were even at my wedding. These people become a part of our lives and I love that so much about lashing. I know that lashing silently is some of the best lashing that ever happens but building relationships also has staying power.
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