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Lash Bomb tutorial shows the product being removed every time with a dry cotton bud not wet? Is this right? The video from my course shows removing product with a wet cotton bud. When i carried out my 1st case study they didn't stay in place after brow lamination. Can anyone help with this? Thanks :)
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Edel_tweedie_Artistry
Hi I do lamination brows yes you take it off with dry cotton bud... It can make the brow hairs drop if they get wet just make sure u get all the products out with the dry bud or pad
Hi everyone has anyone used mayamy henna brow tint I’ve been trying it on myself recently and I can’t get it to stain my skin at all what am I doing wrong
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Hi All,
New to the forum. Joined as I am having some issues with my acrylics but, thanks to you all, I think my queries have been answered xx
I have recently qualified in classic lashes and will be completing a Russian lash course this week coming! I’m not sure what supplier to go for, I have been looking at tatti lashes and lash base, has anyone got any recommendations/reviews?
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KatieL3321
KatieL3321
I’ve always used lash base, I love them! I trained with nouveau and used their lashes and adhesive in the beginning but much prefer lash base. There’s plenty of variety from flat lashes to pre-made fans and I personally find that the adhesive is hold retention well but doesn’t have insane fumes!
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Chloemills
Thank you so much!
Hi There . I was looking through posts on glitterbells and saw you tried this after CJP . Did yoy ever sort your issue out and can you tell me which system you prefer . CJP or Glitterbells . I bought the glittersbells starter kit but finding liquid to powder ration quite hit and miss . I was thinking or buying the CJP kit to try that but first thought I would ask someone who has tired both :)
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stacey118
I would be interested to hear any comparisons. I have just trained using cjp and thinking of switching to glitterbels. From what I am seeing glitterbels is easier to work with?
I find that cjp isn't the best at blending and some colours marble. My tutor has the same views.
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