OK ladies, you know how much I stress the importance of the following:
1. Research your Xtreme lash stylist
2. Make sure you see before and after pictures of your lash stylist’s work
3. How many Xtreme lash full sets or fills do they do in a week?
I can’t tell you how many clients come into my studio for an Xtreme lash fill with extensions that are damaging their natural lash because of improper application, too much glue or the wrong thickness and length. It’s so important to know the points mentioned above. These are your eyes and you are trusting a professional to apply surgical glue to your natural eyelashes. The quality of your lash extensions depends solely on the skills of your lash stylist, make sure you research and get referrals from other Xtreme Lash clients when it comes to booking your next fill or full set.
I had a client come in today that had a real issue with her Xtreme Lashes. They were too long for her natural lashes which you can see by the “before” pictures. There was too much glue at the base and they were too heavy for her natural lash making her extensions twist and clump together.
The first pictures below are of when my client arrived to my studio, I always take pictures so I can show the client what they looked like and what I did to correct the damage.
Products used for this Xtreme Lash application:
Preped with Xtreme eye makeup remover and facial cleanser
Prep with Xtreme Lash primer
Xtreme Ultra Glue
C-Curl Black thick in 8,9,10,11,12
I used 4 C-Curl 13 mixed in where her arch is in her eyebrow to give a little height to her eye