Quantcast

Recommended lash lift brands

SalonGeek

Help Support SalonGeek:

jennypenny1972

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 5, 2012
Messages
119
Reaction score
14
Location
Bristol
Hi everyone.

Please excuse my ignorance, (I’m a nails specialist) but I have a beauty therapist working in my salon and we’d like to introduce lash lifting as a new service. I’m a perfectionist so want to choose a really well recommended brand, but other than LVL and Eleebana, I don’t know of any other brands on the market.

I’d love to know what you all use and whether they provide training and also what the pros and cons are.

Thanks in advance

Jenny x
 

jennypenny1972

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 5, 2012
Messages
119
Reaction score
14
Location
Bristol

lolablushbeauty

New Member
Joined
Jul 2, 2018
Messages
3
Reaction score
1
Location
UK
I have only recently done my lash lift training & used Ellebana but I am hearing a lot of positive things about Lash Bomb. I have just ordered a free sample pack from them, so you may want to give them a go.
 

jennypenny1972

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 5, 2012
Messages
119
Reaction score
14
Location
Bristol
I have only recently done my lash lift training & used Ellebana but I am hearing a lot of positive things about Lash Bomb. I have just ordered a free sample pack from them, so you may want to give them a go.
Thanks. How did you find Ellebana?
 

lolablushbeauty

New Member
Joined
Jul 2, 2018
Messages
3
Reaction score
1
Location
UK
Thanks. How did you find Ellebana?
I am very impressed with it and the salon where I did my training say it is the best lift product they have used, having used others in the past and have much more experience than newbie me!
 

Subo

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 30, 2017
Messages
238
Reaction score
134
Location
Whitefield
Flirties are great
 

Cindy2021

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 3, 2014
Messages
3,745
Reaction score
4,019
Location
Scotland
I’ve used flirties, eye luv lashes and ellebana and personally think ellebana is a game changer.
There’s no sitting waiting for the solutions to process due to the reduced time and clients love how quick it is.
I also do a friend who is a very experienced in lash lifts and she has sensitive dry eyes. She usually finds the service uncomfortable but is fine with ellebana
 

Scrubadub

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 1, 2018
Messages
517
Reaction score
288
Location
England
I trained in mylash and use lashbase at work

To be honest they are pretty much all the same except for the processing times
 

TheDuchess

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 9, 2014
Messages
772
Reaction score
880
Location
Bath
It depends whether you can market the treatment yourself without difficulty or whether you need help attracting new clients. LVL was a game changer for me. They have a salon search facility which moves you up Google rankings and brings you new enquiries.

Now I have a big enough client base and reputation that I can market a new service without a brand name, but in the beginning it was important to be able to tell my clients to google a brand name and to link to online promotional content.

It's hard to learn a new service without support in salon. LVL and Yumi will give you excellent quality training and support material. I've recruited a therapist who trained with salon system and the training was poor in comparison. Luckily for me, most salons my way have all trained their therapists with the same brand, so I get the kudos for best results. Happy days!
 

blossom

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 30, 2007
Messages
9,312
Reaction score
2,757
Location
South Coast. UK
I use lash base. Great results every time. I use the processing time to do brow tint & wax quite often so the timings are perfect
 

Bonkers

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2008
Messages
2,009
Reaction score
188
Location
manchester
I use flirties and have amazing results x
 

Latest posts

Top