What made you develop an interest for our industry?
I am a very emphathic and helping person by nature, I am a problem solver and love to come up with new ideas. My mum always taught us to look outside the box and question everything we don’t align with. We simply don’t do things the way it’s supposed to be done.
My passion for the industry started in 2008 when I traveled to Thailand and Australia for a holiday. I had been so caught up in my own Lashia bubble, that on this 3 month trip I saw so many horrible sets of eyelash extensions, and that not many people knew about safety and styling. That was when I decided to start my Swedish blog fransforlangning.se
I felt like I needed to save the whole world of Eyelashes.
In 2014, when Russian Volume came to the world, everyone’s bubbles started to crumble, and the interest to connect the industry arose. I did my first lash trip to Nadia Afanseva in New York, which was the start of business traveling. The world was at our feet! My first judging experience was in Las Vegas and Lash Wars in 2015.
I feel extreme passion for this industry, and the love and togetherness we have, worldwide.
What do you love most about being a lash artist?
I still love lashing, and designing various shapes for different purposes. I love layering classic lashes, and I love a nice, short and soft set of Russian Volume. The biggest reason I love lashing is the connection with clients, and seeing my regulars, having weird conversations and solving their life problems.