News & Media

New Association for Eyelash Industry

We assisted the official launch of not-for-profit association, ANZEI, which stands for Australia and New Zealand’s Eyelash Industry. ANZEI was co-founded by Just Lashes; we also stand as a board member with other lash leaders from Australia and New Zealand. The organisation focuses on providing standards and guidelines for professionals and education to consumers. We see the damage of “bad lashes” all too often and found a need for higher standards. ANZEI works to ensure safe and quality services to individuals like you! 


Unleashing Our Creativity!

We were lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with and be trained by lash legends Eva Zacharias and Hilaree Brand while attending the Mega Volume - Unleash Your Creativity Course in Perth this past year. The course focused on training our Lash Specialists on the very advanced and highly technical skill of damage-free “MEGA Volume” lashes. Our Lash Guru's were also trained in creating theatrical fantasy lash art. The fantasy creations are to be published in the next edition of Lash Inc Magazine— our Lash Specialists created head-to-toe fantasy masterpieces that included hair, makeup, body paint, costumes, and most importantly— our amazing lashes! Make sure to keep an eye out for the photos coming soon.


Just Lashes a Guest Speaker at Eyelash Conference

Our amazing Director and Franchisor was one of Lash Vision’s guest speakers in Melbourne this past year and will be speaking again during the 2017 conference Lash Con in Perth about lash health, safety & hygiene. Our Guru's also received more development during the 2016 Lash Gala in Sydney.


Nominated for Australia's Best Lash Salon!

With the support from all of you Lash Lovers, we were lucky enough this year to be nominated as Australia’s best lash salon. This is honestly the best recognition we could have possibly received, it meant so much to us because it was you guys who voted and got us there.  Lash Gala Sydney, 2016


Another Award for Our Classic Lashes Technique!


Just Lashes Guru's Take Las Vegas for Lash Wars - 2016

We competed in Lash Wars in Las Vegas again this year after taking first place for Classic Lashes last year and placed 5th!! This competition attracts specialists all over the world.. and this year was bigger and tougher. We love coming back with new tips and tricks to provide better services for our Lash Lovers.


Just Lashes Welcomes First Male Specialist!

stuart lashes

From Navy Diver to Eyelash Extension Specialist, Stuart has joined the team in Newcastle! With a sharp eye and immaculate attention to detail, he is fast becoming one of the best!

Stuart's wife - Aleena, is the owner of Just Lashes. With its rapid growth and constant high demand it was an easy decision to make to jump on board with the family business. 

Stuart has been creating "Lash Art" for a year now and is already a favourite amongst many of Just Lashes clients. Stuart has proven that the eyelash extension industry is not just for females!

Read the full Newcastle Herald article here


1st & 4th Place Champions at Lash Wars, Las Vegas 2015



The Newcastle Herald featured Just Lashes after returning from an eyelash extension tournament- Lash Wars!

Just Lashes travelled to Las Vegas, USA in June 2015 to compete in the highly prestigious Lash Wars tournament in the Classic Lashes Division. Aleena took out 1st place and Bianca a very notable 4th! 

Classic Lashes is the technique where one extension is applied precisely to one natural eyelash hair using a special adhesive designed for professional use. Competitors were judged on all areas of eyelash extensions including safety, hygiene, technique, design and symmetry. 

Read the full article in the Newcastle Herald HERE


Threading at Just Lashes in the News!



Just Lashes featured recently in the Newcastle Herald with an article about Threading for Brows and other facial hairs…

Threading is a great way to remove unwanted hair, especially for the eyebrows and can often produce much a more defined shape.

Read the full article in the Newcastle Herald HERE