Lash Artistry - Styling + Mapping


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Lash Artistry - Styling + Mapping
Lash Styling and Mapping

Lash artists, this one's for you! In this blog post, we're going to be discussing lash styling and mapping. Lash styling is the process of selecting the right lash style for a client based on their individual needs and preferences. Lash mapping is the process of creating a blueprint for where each lash extension should be placed on the natural lash. Keep reading to learn more!

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Why is Lash Styling and Mapping Important?
Lash styling and mapping are important because they help you create a customized look for each client. No two people have the same exact eye shape, so it's important to take that into account when selecting lashes and placing them. When you take the time to map out where each lash extension should go, you can be sure that the finished product will be flattering for your client's individual eye shape.

How to Style Lashes
When you're lash styling, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. First, you need to think about the shape of the client's eyes. Are they round? Almond-shaped? Hooded? This will help you narrow down which lash styles will work best for them. You also need to take into account their personal preferences. What kind of lashes do they like? Are they looking for a natural look or something more dramatic? Once you have all of this information, you can begin narrowing down your options.

How to Map Lashes
Now let's talk about how to map lashes. The first thing that you need to do is hold up a mirror in front of your client so that they can see their entire eye area. Next, using a fine-tip eyeliner brush, draw a dot on the skin directly above each natural lash. Once you've done that, it's time to start placing lashes! Begin at the inner corner of the eye and work your way outwards, making sure to place each extension on top of one of the dots that you previously mapped out.

As you can see, lash styling and mapping are important steps in the lash extensions process. By taking the time to style lashes according to each client's individual needs and preferences, and mapping out where each extension should go, you can be sure that your clients will be happy with their new lashes!

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  • Great post!

    Kendra Kumo

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