SUPPORTIVE SATURDAY'S ❤ to Morgan @thelashdesignory for being the Woman To Watch in Atlanta! I've seen you grow sis. Proud! Happy to see the journey of you finding your calling. I remember our makeup shoot lol. Time flies. Keep being great. What you do is an art & the fact that you're literally a genius in your field speaks volumes.
#rp @thelashdesignory Often times clients come in with an idea of what they want. And while that's a nice base to go off of, you as the lash professional should be able to direct the client to styles that best fit their facial features and keeps their natural lashes healthy.
Take a look at the clients eye shape. Are the eyes hooded, protruding, or deep set? Which curl & length would best accentuate, not exaggerate those different features. For example, would you use D curl on a protruding eye? Yes or No??
Are the natural lashes growing straight out, curled up, or pointing down? This is something to be mindful of as using the wrong curl can make the eyes look sleepy 😒, boring 😕, or super surprised 😳. Ever put C curl on lashes growing straight down? 😤😤😤 Super blah look!
What's your clients lifestyle? A woman working in a corporate office may not feel comfortable wearing a super long, strip-lash volume look. Whereas a makeup artist may want lashes that dramatic stands out against eye shadow. Or an actress in a TV drama may need lashes that follow her natural lash line. Listen to your client and design accordingly. •
💜As a #BizDev (business development) bonus, putting health before popular styles is a way to ensure client retention. Meaning you keep clients for years, not months. To learn more about styling, I highly suggest @maven_td 's FaceStudies course. 💜 📸: @chaoschytist 📸edit by @b_of_nardandb