So many of our Facebook Group members are making 6 figures doing lash extensions, and I am so proud of them.  See More Here

Remember this, though. Success does not happen overnight, and you have to spend money to make money.

As a lash artist, you do need to invest in education, supplies, insurance etc.

When you're a brand new lash artist, the expenses can be a little overwhelming. 

However, there are plenty of ways you can save money as a lash artist. Keep on reading to learn more. 

Invest In Kits

Kits truly will be your wallet's best friend. Here at Lash BLVD, we offer a variety of  essential bundles.

I highly recommend investing in kits when you can as opposed to single products. You'll get a better bang for your buck without compromising on value.

Buy Products In Bulk

Investing in kits isn't the only way to save money. We love our customers so much and always enjoy giving them good deals. 

For example, if you purchase 2 of our  Pro-Hold Eyelash Extension Glue's you can get one for free. If there's a product out there, you love and frequently re-purchase, buying in bulk is both practical and budget-friendly. 

Ask Other Lash Artists For Advice

In life, you can either learn things on your own or seek advice from those who have been there. Of course, we all have our own journeys, and what works for someone else may not always work for you. But it never hurts to ask! That one piece of advice may change your life. 

Take Advantage of Social Media

Before social media came around, marketing used to be very expensive! But anymore. 

Instagram and Pinterest are both great social media platforms to take advantage of since they're very visual. You can showcase photos of your work and even offer special promotions. The best part is, posting on social media is free! 

You will have to invest some time and energy, but the results will be well worth it.

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