I’m a lash technician and one DIY job took me an hour to fix – people are stunned she had any lashes left | The Sun

A LASH TECHNICIAN was left stunned after a client came in hoping to fix her botched lash extensions.

Ipek Ozcan – who runs IPS Salon in London, posted the videos on TikTok which left viewers and herself stunned.

The lash expert wrote: "This client came to me desperately wanting the lash extensions she had done off."

But at closer inspection, it appeared she hadn't been given individual lash extensions, which was what she had asked for.

Instead, the salon that did the treatment had applied clusters instead of individual lashes.

It appeared they had used so much glue that half of the lashes looked like tarmac rather than lashes.


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Ipek then began to remove the lashes and glue, which came off in chunks as there was so much glue used.

It took Ipek an hour to remove the lashes, and she was concerned her client's natural lashes would also be pulled out due to the poor treatment.

Once the extensions had been removed, Ipek showed her client's natural lashes, which left many viewers stunned as they thought she'd have none left.

The videos have since gone viral, racking up over three million views collectively, and many praised Ipek for saving the woman's lashes.

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One wrote: "This is amazing you saved her lashes!"

"Her natural lashes are more beautiful than the old ones," another claimed.

A third commented: "Thank God she has any left."

Meanwhile, a fourth person penned: "What a relief."

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