Spotlight- Stephanie Salloum

Business, Lash News

Our LT Artist Spotlight of the week goes to Stephanie Salloum of Fullerton, California. Read on to learn more about Stephanie’s business and why we chose her as this week’s spotlight.

Instagram Handle/Website: @_freelylashedstudio

Location: Fullerton, CA

Name of Salon/Studio: Freely Lashed Studio 

How long have you been lashing? Where did you receive your certification/training?:

I have been lashing for about 3 years now. I received my training through Sinful Lashes and Lash Box. I have been blessed to work with incredible lash artists who have helped me improve my skills. 

What made you decide to be a lash artist?:

I wanted to be a lash artist when I first started getting lashes done myself. Feeling incredible, beautiful and empowered, I wanted to extend that same feeling to others.

What is your favorite thing about being a Lash Artist?:

My favorite thing about being a lash artist is getting my clients to feel beautiful and confident. I have built such great relationships with my clients that I will always cherish. They make me a better artist and person! 

Have you taken any continuing education or advanced classes in lash artistry? If so, when and what? :

I have taken volume and mega volume courses to help me with my technique and efficiency. 

How long have you been using Lash Tavern products?:

I started using Lash Tavern lashes when I first started offering volume services. Their lashes are so easy to fan and have a gorgeous natural look. 

What is your favorite Lash Tavern product and why?:

My favorite product is their volume lash trays. Their .07s are my go to and I always recommend them to other artists starting with volume. I just started using their .03s as well and I love them! 

What are your hobbies outside of lashing? :

I enjoy outdoor activities, going to the gym, and trying new places to eat. 

What is the hardest lesson you have had to learn while lashing?:

The hardest lesson in lashing is knowing that there is always room for improvement. There’s always room to get better and become a better artist. 

Do you have any advice for new lash artists?:

Stay consistent! Don’t give up, keep practicing and use all the constructive criticism to build your skill set. 

Is there anything you’d like to tell us about yourself that we haven’t asked about?:

Lashing has been the most beautiful experience I have dove into, and I’m grateful to the support and amazing product by brands such as Lash Tavern!


Sara Randall

Sara Randall

Founder, Lash Master