Eyelash Growth Cycle

Lashing at every stage and addressing client concerns

 

The natural lash growth cycle is an often overlooked phenomenon in the industry. As a lash artist, it’s imperative to understand how natural lashes grow and shed since lashes require different care during each stage of growth. Understanding how the cycle works and how to adjust your lash technique accordingly ensures you won’t compromise the health of your clients’ natural lashes.

Let’s review the stages of growth, how to account for each stage when lashing, and how to speak with your clients regarding growth and shedding concerns.

THE GROWTH CYCLE

Most people have between 100-150 natural lashes on their upper lids. Every natural lash is in one of three stages:

The more you know about the lash cycle, the more comfortably you can address client concerns.

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Erin Soletski
ESoletski@lne.com

Erin Soletski is co-founder of LashBeePro, an eyelash extension training and products company with a focus on natural beauty, quality, and innovation. LashBeePro’s mission is to equip and empower lash artists to bring more beauty into the world. Erin also co-owns LashBee, a multi-award winning lash and brow studio in downtown Philadelphia. Prior to opening LashBee, she received her MBA from the Wharton School of Business after years working in consulting, supply chain, and operations. She comes from a family of entrepreneurs and beauty professionals.



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