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How to Match Colored Lash Extensions to your Client's Personality

If lash extensions are attractive, what's more when you give color to them. Adding colored lashes is fun to make eyelash extensions look brighter and more beautiful.  

Because the beauty industry is advancing, the eyelash extension industry is taking advantage of it. Black to be the only color for lash extensions before, but they come in a massive range of colors now. Ranging from wild to soft, mix to single colors. It is so attractive that more lash clients are interested in trying it. 

With a broader range of eyelash extension colors, you can match your skin tone and eye color with a more natural shade rather than sticking to the usual black, which is the basic want of almost everyone. This is great for  beauty fanatics who want to show off their personality. So, having variety of colors is a better way to make your lash business more and unique.

 Image of lash client proof that they love color lashing  

Colored Lashes Vs. Traditional Lashes 

Working with colored lashes is an advanced skill, and can take a little extra time, even if you are already good at layering. Make sure to book and price your services with this in mind.

Most of the time, colored lashes need more volume to stand out. For example, if you use 5D black lash fans on a client, you might want to use 8D colored lash fans for a bolder look. If you mix more than one color, spread the colors out evenly for that perfect symmetry we all love.

Most tips lash artists get when doing colored lashes is to use clear glue to make the color stand out to the bottom or use black glue to make it look like dark eyeliner.

Why colored eyelashes? 

The main reason people want trendy colored lashes is that they bring out the natural color of their eyes. They are made to make your eyes stand out in a way that black or dark brown can't. Clients can choose a bold look, a flirty look that stands out, or a more natural look. Experimenting and exploring new styles won’t cause any harm. 

 Image of mix colored lashes

But a lash artist needs to find out what the client wants before you color their lashes, then start suggesting from there (Only when asked! Of course!). 

How can lash artists benefit from offering colored lash extensions to lash clients? 

As said, the beauty industry is advancing and many lash clients are getting more open in being experimental in their looks. One trend is about colored lash extensions. Because many lash salons do not offer them, introducing this must-have trendy lash service will help you stand out from the crowd. Colored lashes can be a great addition to your service in your lash salons aside from giving a fun, vivid image.

  • Getting more customers
  • Increasing the scope and value of your salon's services
  • Gaining more referrals - clients will recommend and promote the business to other lash clients

There are different lash colors available that lash clients can choose from.Lash artists’ role is to help choose the right colors based on your personality or personal preferences. 

Try these fun colored extensions on your clients who like to try new things.

Match that style

A lash client who is fun in doing matchy-matchy from their hair up to their shoes is a great lash client to offer colored lashes. They can't go wrong with matching their eyelash extensions to their hair. An eye-catching look can be achieved by matching an outfit depending on the mood or occasion, hair color, or even eye color with a colored eyelash extension to create a subtle draw to the eye, which is sure to capture notice.

 Image of a lash client matching her red lipstick, red hair and red colored eyelash extensions 

Dramatic Look 

A lash client who loves a dramatic look might choose pastel color lashes. These pastel extension lashes are perfect to wear on a day out in the city. 

<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Image of a dramatic look eyes </span></p> <p> </p>

Go with ombre

Lash clients who are more creative consider choosing laying lash colors. With an ombre effect, you can add a little magic to any set of extensions. By putting different colors of lashes on top of each other, you can make a beautiful shimmer, like this fall-inspired set. 

<p><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Image of a lash clients prefers to go laying ombre lash color </span></p> <p> </p>

Brown is In

Some lash clients might opt to choose from black to simple brown color lashes. This client still wants a simple yet new look. Brown is making waves in the extension world. It offers a softer, more natural look than black, adding an earthy edge to any look. They stand out by fitting in.

<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Image of a lash client opted classy natural brown lash extension </span></p> <p> </p>

Rainbow colored lashes 

What's more adventurous than trying different lash colors in one application? Lash clients are getting more experimental in their looks. If your lash clients are more experimental, then they might consider mixing and matching colors for their lashes. 

<p><span style="font-weight: 400;"> Image of a lash clients being experimental with their looks </span></p>

Choosing a professional lash artist that knows how to deal with color lash extensions can give a chance to achieve the perfect eye look every lash client wants. A mix of colors seems to be on-trend nowadays. 

Final thought

Having a colored eyelash extension depends really on the preference of your lash clients. As a lash artist, you may suggest different colors or styles to your lash clients. They might be able to ask you what you think is the best for them. 

Knowing this information might keep clients coming back, for you can show them that you are knowledgeable about being a lash artist, and that is an essential part of how your lash clients build trust in your work. 

What are you waiting for, be a boss lash lady! 

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