Lash Extensions

LASH EXTENSION CERTIFICATION WITH CELEBRITY LASH EXTENSIONIST

Enjoy an intimate lash extension experience with celebrity lash extension stylist, Connie Armstrong. She has styled the lashes of countless Hollywood celebs, including Molly Sims, Kristen Ruhlin, Amanda Bynes, Katy Mixon and recording artists among many others. Her speed, ease of skill and flawless skill in shaping lashes that look naturally remarkable is a skill she is happy to impart.

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Can you wear mascara with Lalalash Extensions?

Yes, absolutley. Using a water-based mascara, applied using the “blink” method just on the lower portion of the lashes (not combing it all the way through- this loosens your extensions) is absolutley fine. Remove it gently by simply tilting your head under running water in the shower and DONT TOUCH. Hands off is the best policy for eyelash extensions wearers.

I love Rock and Republic’s layerable mascara, you can pile it on, and the tube looks like a really stylish cigar case. HOT. haha

Sensitive Eyes

Yesterday I did a set of lashes for Amanda Coolong of TechZulu.com, and twitter enthusiast @Acoolong, voted one of the 10 Hottest Geeks of 2009. She  is a petite, pale, fair blonde with sparkling blue eyes. She’s very friendly, adventurous, and was super excited for her lashes. When I arrived I met her business partner (he was listening the whole time, I know it, haha), they had just come from The Grove, and I launched in to a crash course of what to expect with lash extensions, and what the process of application would be like.

As I got her in a reclined position and applied the barriers to separate her upper and lower lashes, she found it easy to relax. I used some essential oils on her temples and commenced with application. We talked about what lash extensions are made of (a flexible, synthetic material, silk and mink lashes are used as well), how to care for them (don’t play with them, don’t use oily products around your eyes, etc) if she could wear make up with them (absolutley…when applied and removed with care, and no waterproof products)…as we unveiled I could see that she is capable of wearing even more, so I will be going back over and applying  more lashes for a bit more “drama” (she always plays up her eyes) and to drop off some eye brightening products since she’s on camera often.

When the barriers came off she had a bit of tearing  in her left eye, and so I tried to make sure that the moisture didn’t affect the lashes, but later she let me know some of the lashes were a bit loose and needed to be taken off and re-applied, so I’ll finish that up  today so she looks flawless. Sensitive eyes are not uncommon, I’d say about 30% of my clients have very sensitive eyes. It’s something I am familiar with and deal with all the time. Not a problem!

It was a fun day, and the drive back home to Thousand Oaks was surprisingly not rainy! Yay! I’m going to see Amanda again at 1 pm to give her the finishing touches. She’s a good sport!