The Lash By Lash story
In 2012 I had a terrible and painful lash experience, I had my eyes glued shut. I remember thinking that this can’t be normal and I wondered what was required to become a lash tech. I went home and did some research and was horrified, half a day training for £150? Considering you are using super sharp tweezers and high strength adhesives near peoples eyes, I was expecting a lot more.
So In early 2013 I decided to train in lashes as I was sure I could do better. I found what I thought was the best training available at that time but soon realised that this was far from the truth, it was terrible.
Despite my poor training I found I had a real passion and love for lashes and I practised all hours of the day wanting to be the best. I invested in several courses and my work went from strength to strength.
I worked with Frankie at Eyelash Excellence for almost 2 years to provide support with administration, supporting students through the online mentoring group, assessing students case studies, offering constructive feedback to help them improve their skills, I became a trainer and I also tested many products sold in the shop.
I have worked so hard to get my lashing to the standard that it is today. I am dedicated and passionate about this industry that I love and delivering the best quality service and training to customers and students.
Professional & Passionate
I am a mummy to a beautiful little girl who is my world.
If I am not being a mummy or a housewife, you’ll find me working my butt off either doing nails or lashes and in any spare time I do get I am learning, training and practicing my craft and skills.
I am passionate about the eyelash and nail industry, i love to help others whenever possible and never expect anything in return.
I am by no means perfect and I still have so much to learn and master in life but all I ever do is my very best. I’m a firm believer in empowering other women and not beating them down.
Mentoring & Training Courses
Sessions that are tailored to you. You tell me what you need or want help with.
Aftercare Of Lashes
- No mascara or liquid, crayon or gel eyeliner
- Avoid extreme heat (ovens/naked flames/sunbeds)
- Avoid face wipes/baby wipes/cotton wool
- Avoid ALL oil based products
- Do not use eyelash curlers
- ABOVE ALL ELSE, KEEP YOUR LASHES CLEAN WITH PLENTY OF WATER DAILY AND SPECIALLY FORMULATED LASH SHAMPOO which can be purchased HERE