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Feb 26, 2024

Lash Lift and Eyelash Tinting: Top Trends in Canada!

In the amazing world of beauty, all techniques are constantly evolving to offer customers both natural and spectacular results. Two trends have serioulsy gained popularity in Canada: The Lash Lift and the Eyelash Tiinting. These revolutionary beauty services give eyelashes a voluminous and elegant look without the need for extensions or daily makeup. Let’s dive into the captivating universe of these eye enhancement methods that transform the eyes from coast to coast.

What is the Lash Lift?
The Lash Lift is a revolutionary method that allows natural lashes to curl giving them a longer & more voluminous appearance. Unlike eyelash extensions which add artificial fibers, the Lash Lift works only with existing natural lashes. This technique can transform straight and flat lashes into beautiful graceful bows in just a few simple steps.

Eyelash Tinting: A Beauty enhancer!
Eyelash tinting is a technique that involves color the lashes to accentuate their appearance and really intensify the look. This procedure is ideal for those who have clear, light colored or thin lashes. The colour helps define the eyes without having to use mascara on a daily basis. The tints are available in a variety of shades to suit all hair and skin colors, providing maximum customization.

In conclusion, the Lash Lift and Eyelash Tinting are truly two complements in the fast evolution of beauty preferences towards practical and sustainable solutions. Come and learn these two techniques at the Academy Edith Serei; a ONE DAY ONLY training COURSE and voilà! You can now offer this service to your customers or allow you to add these additional services in your workplace. 

We, at the Académie Edith Serei, are proven instructors and leaders in the beauty industry since 65 years!!

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