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    1. Hi Rita,

      Thank you for your comment! Here are a few things you can do when you are looking for a lash place. A referral from a friend is a great way to ask them questions and their experience. Check out their yelp or google business page, you can read through the reviews from other customers. You can also visit their website to get more information such as their values, services offered etc. I hope you’ll find a great place for your lashes!

  1. I’m a lash technician at Sara’s nail salon in East Bay Area in California. And I totally agreed that cluster is not healthy for your lashes. Individual give you more natural look as long as you have enough lashes to use. And volume sure give you the glam look

    1. Hey Uyen,

      It’s awesome to get another lash stylist view on cluster lashes. Hopefully no one will use them ever again.

  2. I’m a lash tech and I’ve never had a client come in with clusters. If they did how would I even remove them?

    1. In recent years its rare to have clients come in with cluster lashes. If the clusters were applied with eyelash extension adhesive, you can either use a gel remover or a cream remover. Make sure that the clients eyes are closed the entire time. Coat the base of the cluster extensions with remover generously on the front and back. The remover should be applied without touching the skin. Allow that to sit for about 5 minutes, this will soften the bond. You will need to be patient as you will need to tackle the clusters layer by layer. Continue to reapply the remover as you need it! In my experience, a removal of a full set cluster lashes took me approx. 45 minutes! I hope this was helpful 🙂

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