Lash Stylists’ Day

Lash stylists go by a number of different names. They’re known as eyelash technicians, lash artists, and eyelash technicians. All of these names are appropriate for the people who perform this job. That’s because lash stylists are skilled professionals who specialize in eyelash extension services.

They know how to create bigger, bolder, and thicker lashes based on their client’s eye shape, face shape, personal preference, and lifestyle. In other words, they elevate their client’s eyelashes to levels never before seen. That’s why they truly deserve to have their own holiday, a day that’s appropriately known as Lash Stylists’ Day, observed on September 24th every year.

The History of Lash Stylists’ Day

During the 19th century, it was common for women in Paris to have false eyelashes made by having hair sewn by hand into their eyelids. This practice continued until the beginning of the 20th century when German-born hair specialist and inventor Charles Nessler patented an improved method for the creation of artificial eyelashes and eyebrows in 1902.

The following year, he began to sell them at his London-based salon and enjoyed a modicum of success. So much success, in fact, that he was able to use the profits to finance his invention of the permanent wave machine.

Sometime in 2017, someone invented Lash Stylist Day to honor the people who make a living as lash stylists. It’s currently unknown who the mystery creator of this holiday was or why they invented it, but we’ll keep looking. When we find the origin of this holiday, we’ll update this section with the information.

Observing Lash Stylist Day

Lash Stylist Day can be observed simply by taking the time to thank a lash stylist. This thank-you can be expressed by mail, by sending them a thank-you note, in person, or over social media using the hashtag #LashStylistDay. Let’s give some appreciation to these lash professionals and everything they do to keep our lashes from ending up looking jacked up.

When is it?
This year (2024)
September 24 Tuesday
Next year (2025)
September 24 Wednesday
Last year (2023)
September 24 Sunday
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