Haven't we all had that client that wants longer and thicker lashes every time you see them? Wasn't it the same client that initially said they didn't want stripper lashes or anything that looked "fake?"
There's a way to handle clients like this and you can do it where they respect your professional advice and follow your recommendations.
I've found that many times when a client says they want more length, what they're really saying is that they want to be able to see their lashes more from the front. Think about it, if they have lashes that are an A or B curl, they really can only see the length from the side and not the front, right? Keeping this in mind, you can satisfy most clients by simply using a lash extension that has a stronger curl. If you're using a B curl, mix in some C curls to make your clients eyes really pop.
Another option is to mix in a few longer lengths as opposed to doing a full set of long lashes. By popping in a few longer lashes here and there and keeping the rest shorter, the client will get a more dense lash line from the shorter lashes you use and the pop from the longer lashes. The great thing about both options is that the client gets lash extensions that aren't too heavy and long for their natural lashes which down the line saves them from damage.
As professionals, it's our job to interpret what the client is saying and give them what they want while doing it in a way that's not harmful to their natural lashes. So listen to what they want and explain to them how you're going to achieve the look they're after without causing damage.
Let's make this a great week Lashers!