Some other items you may need to actually start taking on clients, and have an environment suitable for servicing lash extensions is furniture. To keep initial costs low and accessible, you can find many great second hand options on Facebook marketplace, Gumtree or even some cheaper alternatives from Kmart or from online stores.
Lash bed - A standard massage table would be sufficient for starting out. You just need to ensure that you'll be able to fit your legs underneath the table for better posture when lashing. To make the bed look nicer and more comfortable for your clients, add a cover or extra cushion, or consider using an knee wedge pillow. There's also the option of an electric recliner if you're looking for something more luxurious.
Sitting stool - It’s good to check if the stool still has decent hydraulics (gas-lift lever, up and down motion of the seat), and to get one with wheels that are smooth to glide in and out from under the lash bed when needed. An added bonus will be if the stool has a backrest, to assist with posture when lashing for long periods of time.
Ring light - A ring light is another item that is essential when lashing, having a bright enough light will also make finding those pesky baby lashes a lot easier. Having adequate lighting will also make taking before and after photos a lot easier. Don’t forget to take photos for your portfolio.
Lash trolley - Keep all your essentials in one place within arm's reach. Having all your most used tools and equipment right next to you, will save you a lot of time and hassle during the service, instead of having to reach over or get up off your stool for more tape etc.
Now that you've got all the essential list of items that are needed in your lash kit, get lashing and start your lash biz!