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Lulu Hudra-Lange, BTECH '18

An eye for innovation in the eyelash world

Combining her engineering skills and an eye for innovation has helped Lulu Hudra-Lange make a name for herself in one of the beauty industry’s fastest-growing segments.

As founder and owner of Lash Lab Professional, she says her Biotechnology degree opened her eyes to opportunities in the eyelash extension industry.

“It really helped me look at the lash industry through a different lens than most people,” says the 2018 BTech grad. “I’m interested in using science and technology to develop better formulas and products.”

After launching the company as a lash studio while still a student, Hudra-Lange has since shifted her focus to developing and supplying products and training services to the industry.

“Our best-selling product is the dopamine tweezer – a hybrid style that was one of the first of its kind on the market,” she says. “My background in chemical engineering also helped in the development of a cutting-edge adhesive that is high quality, anti-irritant and fast setting.”

She’s also introduced facial analysis into the lash application process, to provide a customized approach to service.

“I love that my company can help women feel and look their best,” says Hudra-Lange, whose entrepreneurial tendencies go beyond the beauty industry.

She is also a partner in Construction Link, a commercial construction and installation company, as well as Six Sigma Distribution, a company focused on the packaging and promotional marketing needs of franchise restaurants in the GTA.

Those experiences led her to co-found Ontario Woman of Enterprise, an organization seeking to connect and support female entrepreneurs.

“It has been an extremely rewarding experience to connect with like-minded women, as building a brand and company can be a very isolating experience,” she says.