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If you have oily skin, then you already know that your skincare routine differs from those who have “normal” or even “dry” skin.
If you’re interested in microblading, it’s important to tell your microblading artist that your skin is naturally oilier than others (she should be able to tell this just by looking at your skin, but if your makeup game is on point, it might be a bit difficult to figure out).
Lash artists are patient, creative, and sometimes, a bit silly. But, more than anything, they’re skillfully trained professionals who want to be treated with the same respect you give your doctor or your dentist.
Here’s a few things you should keep in mind before going to your next lash appointment.
One of the biggest problems women have when wearing glasses is having their mascara rub off onto the lenses. This inconvenience, however, is one reason why lash extensions are actually a great idea for all you bifocal-wearing babes.
Instead of applying (and re-applying) a ridiculous amount of mascara in the morning, only to deal with unwanted smudges for the rest of the day, you should invest in one beautiful set of lash extensions.
Every beauty trend has a myth or nasty rumor following it around and eyelash extensions are no exception. Unfortunately, there’s quite a few myths about eyelash extensions floating around the web, from the belief that your natural lashes will fall out only to never grow back again to it being a painful, painstaking long process.
As your trusted brow/eyelash studio, we want to point out the myths and clear up the confusion – here’s three common eyelash extension myths debunked.
If you’re reading this blog, then you probably already know what microblading is. But, just in case, here’s a quick refresher.
Microblading is a manual method of implanting pigments in the epidermis. These pigments are placed meticulously in individual hair-like strokes with a microblading pen to create the look of natural, fuller brows.