Eye Lash

JUN-JUL 2015

Eye Lash covers the latest makeup, eyelash extension and eyebrow trends for makeup artists, lash and brow stylists, and other beauty industry professionals who provide eyelash extension, eyebrow shaping and makeup application services.

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70 eye | las | JUNE/JULY 2015 | eyelashmag.com CAROLINE STANBURY PRINCESS MARIE-CHANTAL { ESME WINTERFLOOD } A native of London, Winterflood now operates her own lash studio at Sola Salons in Los Angeles and says that her background as a makeup artist has benefitted her as a lash extensionist. "I tailor lash extensions to how much makeup a client wears, and consider their face shape and whether they have a large or small space between their eyes and eyebrows," she notes. Winterflood also stays on top of the latest trends, which includes offering Volume lashes. "This technique is perfect for clients who want volume without heaviness," she says. "I apply multiple lash extensions to each natural eyelash in a fanned shape, but the extensions are ultra-thin, so I can apply 200 to 500 extensions to each eye, as opposed to the typical 80 to 100." Another service she offers is the Lash Lift. "It's a new style of lash perm that offers an effect similar to using an eyelash curler," she says. "It typically lasts five to six weeks." It's an especially appealing service when combined with a lash tint. Winterflood works as a trainer with JB Lashes, as well. "I have a high-end clientele and they expect my products to be the highest quality, to match my services," she notes. "One of the most important things is that my glue has the best bonding power possible, and JB has one of the best out there." Winterflood also appreciates that JB is just a phone call away should she have any questions about ingredients or the availability of new products. "It's very satisfying being able to take an excited student through the steps of lash application," she adds. "I think a lot of people don't quite understand the patience and dedication it takes to learn this skill and grow a business. I tell students it takes a lot of practice." Winterflood plans to expand her business and to launch her own line of eyelash extensions in 2016. "I tailor lash extensions to how mu h lient wears, onsider their hape and whether they have a large or small sp etween their eyes and eyebrows." —ESME WINTERFLOOD PHOTOGRAPHY (TOP): COURTESY OF ESME WINTERFLOOD; (BOTTOM): GETTY IMAGES: TIM P. WHITBY; PASCAL LE SEGRETAIN Former London makeup artist Esme Winterflood specializes in eyelash extensions and eyebrow shaping, and has catered to A-listers such as: {

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