A LASH tech has been left "heartbroken" after her client went elsewhere for a "different type of look", and ended up losing all her natural lashes.

The beauty expert from Melbourne Lash and Co took to TikTok to reveal the lash fail, explaining: "Recently my lovely client went and tried another local lash artist because she wanted a different type of look than what I offer.

"That’s cool, that’s fine.

"It’s been six months since she left and she came back to me for a refill, and this is what I saw."

She added that she "doesn't know what to say".

"Look whatever, ok, they’re 24mm lashes and when I tell you I have never done a removal so quickly…" she continued.

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"But once I did the removal I was shocked.

"Well, not shocked, but she’d lost literally all her lashes.

"I’m heartbroken, I really am."

"Lesson learned ladies," one person wrote in the comments section.

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"Don’t cheat on ya lash techs."

"God, where are these lash techs doing their courses from!" another added.

"I get alot of this too and it's like whattttt!!!"

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"It’s really easy to fly under the radar doing work like this when no one is seeing it … until ur client goes to another lash artist for a removal…" the poster replied.

While another person wrote: "24!!!!!!! i would never use that size on my client when their lashes clearly can’t support them!!"

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