Brampton Eyelash Extensions
Flirt Custom Lash Studio Brampton has reopened! Part of the FCL locations this is a private studio in Brampton with one recliner for service. Brampton was closed a few years ago but has reopened due to popular demand.
Brampton Lash Studio
You said there were no reputable lash studios and Brampton so we listened and reopened. Run with the same level of disinfection control as the 2 larger studios in Burlington and Toronto (Queen West). Brampton still offers the best price in the GTA for Classics, Hybrids and Volumes. Bookings can be done though the site or by calling 1.855.721.7108
10 years ago home based lash studios is where most went to have their lashes done, someone knew someone and you were referred to them to have your lash extensions done. Time went on, and those in the industry that were lashing from home opened lash salons/lash studios. As eyelash extensions became more popular, the Health Board of Ontario started monitoring them – as they should. Infection from the eyes can spread quickly and if proper disinfection sanitation practices are not in place then it can spread like wild fire. Now there are people taking courses in lashes, starting them in their homes and they are not being watched by any governing body. You have to count on the lash artist and the people living in the home of the lash artist to ensure that proper disinfection is taking place. Meaning not only the lash artist needs to make sure to wash their hands and all surfaces but the people living there also must guarantee they are washing their hands frequently and wiping surfaces after use.
A home based lash studio typically does not have access to hospital grade disinfection liquids like ACCEL or any of the other products listed on the Government of Canada site for disinfection of surfaces and tools for the fight against Co-VID 19. Most of these home based businesses do not have a business licence nor a business number needed to set up an account for the purchase of graded disinfection liquids.
If you have been referred to a home based business and you are set on going to see them to have your lashes done. Ask to see their business licence, ask to see their tool bath (lash language for the container holding the ACCEL or another hospital grade disinfection liquid). It’s always been important to ensure that disinfection is top priority but now with the battle against Coronavirus it’s more important than ever.
Love & Lashes xo
FCL Lash Recovery Relief
It’s not your fault you missed your appointment, we can thank Coronavirus for that. It’s a tough time for all of us – looking good means feeling good. Here is a little gift from us:
- CLASSIC FULL SET: $50 reg $75
- HYBRID FULL SET: $90 reg $110
- VOLUME FULL SET (both light volume and mega volume) $110 reg $140
Discounted pricing is valid at all locations: Brampton, Burlington and Toronto, there is no restriction on time of day, day of the week and is valid until July 31. The discount will be applied at the time of booking.
Love & Lashes xo
Infection Control Certificate
Licensed (meaning not a home based) Eyelash Extension Studios have always been some of the cleanest environments to be in if run correctly. Detailed lists of daily, hourly and in between procedures are in place to keep everyone (clients AND artists) safe from infection. Pink Eye (conjunctivitis) is a sneaky virus and can jump from surfaces to humans. FCL has been in business for 13 years with a client base of 2500 and has NEVER had a case of Pink Eye – that is a big deal, like a REALLY big deal. Every year FCL Management takes a course in Infection Control to brush up on practices and to keep up with any possible changes to protocol. The course is not mandatory from the Health Board of Ontario however to ensure the safety of clients and artists alike it’s taken every year.
WHO – Covid-19 Certificate
Thennnnnnn Corona Virus (Covid-19) arrived and stopped the world in it’s tracks, a virus like no one had ever seen before. FCL shut it’s doors at all studios before instructed to do so, we didn’t know anything about it and we certainly didn’t want to put anyone’s health at risk. As time went on after closure and all of Canada was in isolation, FCL used the time to take a weeks long course in infection control for Covid-19 specifically from the best source there is: WHO (WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION) ensuring the safety of everyone both working and coming to have their lashes done. Procedures for this virus specifically required changes for clients as well as the studio, understanding how the virus develops and carries has allowed us to ensure everyone’s safely without a doubt. Keeping it clean so we can help you keep it cute!
Love & Lashes xo
Ok! so you’ve decided to get Eyelash Extensions perhaps a friend had them done and you loved them or you’ve heard about them and you know it’s something you want. People looking for lash extensions find a studio 3 ways: a referral, Google or Instagram – the first thing you want to see is pictures. However the first thing you should be looking for is: is the Lash Studio a LICENSED business. Why does that matter? Licensed studios are monitored by the Health Board of Ontario and have to follow a series of procedures:
- tool disinfection
- proper hand washing
- disinfection of surfaces
- types of disinfection: different things require different type of disinfection
- consistent use of appropriate disposables
Health inspectors drop by LICENSED lash studios all the time and it is never announced, they can drop by once a day, once a week, once a month – you never know. If all of the items on their very lengthy checklist are not checked off – they will shut the studio down right away (there could be a studio FULL of people) no questions asked. Your business license is revoked temporarily, a small window of time is then given by the Health Board to get the items not up to standard resolved. Then another inspection is done (paid for by the business) if it’s thumbs up then the business can reopen.
How do you know if the business is licensed? if the lash studio is being run from someone’s home it is not licensed – the Health Board of Ontario will NOT green pass a home based lash studio. There are too many factors in play, people that live in the house, the standard of cleanliness of the overall house etc. Point being, you cannot have a business license without a health inspection and a health inspection cannot be done without an actual business to inspect. Sure, they have cute pics and you love ‘the look” however your overall health isn’t worth the risk of an unregulated lash studio.
Keep it safe, keep it clean in order to keep it cute
Love & Lashes xo