Congratulations on starting your journey as a lash technician! Here are some must-have items for beginners to ensure a successful start:

  1. Lash Extensions: As a lash technician, you'll need a variety of lash extensions in different lengths, thicknesses, and curls. Choose high-quality extensions made from synthetic or mink materials for the best results.

  2. Adhesive: A reliable lash adhesive is essential for bonding the lash extensions to the natural lashes. Look for a medical-grade adhesive that dries quickly, has good retention, and is suitable for sensitive eyes.

  3. Tweezers: Precision tweezers are essential tools for applying and manipulating lash extensions. You'll need at least two types of tweezers: one for isolating natural lashes and another for picking up lash extensions.

  4. Eye Patches or Gel Pads: Eye patches or gel pads are used to protect the lower lashes and the delicate skin around the eyes during the lash application process. Look for patches or pads that are lint-free, hypoallergenic, and comfortable for your clients.

  5. Lash Cleanser: A lash cleanser is used to clean the natural lashes before applying extensions to ensure proper bonding. Look for a gentle, oil-free cleanser specifically formulated for use with lash extensions.

  6. Lash Primer: A lash primer is used to prepare the natural lashes for better adhesive bonding. It helps to remove any residual oils and proteins from the natural lashes, promoting better retention of the lash extensions.

  7. Lash Brushes: Disposable mascara wands or lash brushes are used to groom and separate the lashes during and after lash application. They help to achieve a polished and professional look.

  8. Lash Tape or Lash Pads: Lash tape or lash pads are used to secure the lower lashes or to hold down the top lashes during the lash application process. They help to create a clean and organized workspace.

  9. Lash Tile or Ring: A lash tile or ring is used to hold the adhesive during lash application. It provides a convenient and accessible way to access the adhesive while working.

  10. Lash Remover: A lash remover is used to safely remove lash extensions when necessary. Look for a gentle and effective remover that won't damage the natural lashes.

  11. Lash Extension Trays or Cases: Proper storage and organization of lash extensions are crucial to keep them in good condition. Invest in lash extension trays or cases to keep your extensions organized, clean, and easily accessible.

  12. Disposables: Stock up on disposable items such as microfiber brushes, cotton swabs, alcohol pads, and lint-free wipes for proper hygiene and sanitation during lash application.

Remember, investing in high-quality, reliable products is essential for providing excellent lash services to your clients. Regularly update and replenish your supplies to ensure that you have everything you need to start your lash journey successfully. Good luck!

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I love everything about your business , your very helpful with everything about lashing business .. i love it <3 , btw im an beginner

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