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How To Lash More Effectively

February 14, 2023 4 min read

How To Lash More Effectively

  Tired of struggling with stubborn lashes and uneven sets? Say goodbye to lashing frustration and hello to professional results! In this blog post, we'll be sharing our expert tips and tricks to help you elevate your lashing game.


  Get ready to level up your skills and achieve lashing perfection, it’s time to say goodbye to stubborn lashes and uneven sets. Grab a cup of coffee, get your tools ready, and let's start your journey to becoming a lashing pro!


Tips to Get Faster at Quality



  Here are some expert tips and tricks to help you lash like a pro, faster and more efficiently, without compromising on quality. Keep reading to discover how to save time and improve your lashing skills!


Set Up Before the Treatment


  Proper preparation is key to saving time when lashing multiple clients in one day. Sterilize your lash tiles for each client and store them in a clean case until ready to use to ensure efficiency and a seamless lashing experience.


  Maintaining good hygiene is a must in the lash industry. Reusing a strip of lashes on multiple clients can lead to cross-contamination, which should be avoided. To ensure a high standard of hygiene, it's recommended to cut what you need for each client and save the rest of the strip for future use.


  For instance, when performing an infill, you don't need to use the entire strip of lashes. Simply cut the amount you require for the client. On the other hand, for a full set, lay out the entire strip of lashes, in the desired length.



Use Glue Trays



  Using glue rings or jade stones for holding your adhesive can result in more unconscious time spent compared to using a glue tray.


  If you're using glue rings or jade stones to hold your adhesive, you may be wasting more time than you think. The process of dispensing a new drop of glue on these tools requires you to add water to the old glue, dispose of the old ring or tape, grab a new one, and finally dispense a fresh drop of glue.


  These steps can add up, taking away valuable time from your lashing routine. Consider using a glue tray to streamline this process and improve your efficiency.Opting for a clean glue tray for each client can be a time-saving choice.


  The process of adding water to old glue, discarding used glue rings or tape, and applying a new drop of adhesive is eliminated. After each use, the trays can be cleaned overnight in acetone, and then washed with warm water and antibacterial soap the next day, ready for the next client.


  One option to consider for your adhesive dispensing is the use of a clean glue tray, such as the Lyon Lash Glue Trays, which have 12 wells designed for single drops of glue.


  This may help streamline your application process, as you won't need to add water drops or switch out adhesive rings. Additionally, the tray's edges can be used to adjust fan bases for more efficiency.


Completing the Inner and Outer Corners First with Foam Tape


  Starting with the most challenging areas when the eyes are still fresh can enhance the efficiency of your lashing. Trying to complete the corners first and then moving on to the rest of the lashes can make a noticeable difference. Using straight isolation tweezers can also be helpful in isolating those hard-to-reach corners.


  When dealing with layering or accessing difficult corners, foam tape can be a helpful tool. It allows for easy detachment when taping up lashes for layering, but it should not be detached when applied to the eyelid.


Less Talking


  Creating a relaxing atmosphere for both you and your clients can greatly enhance the lashing experience. However, make sure you avoid engaging in lengthy conversations during the lashing process to maintain focus and ensure a successful outcome.


  You can talk and catch up with your clients when prepping them, but once you star lashing, it’s better to keep talking to a minimum, focus and get to work! When you’re more focused, you will find yourself spending less time and doing a better job!



Master Your Lashing Technique


  Consistent practice is key to achieving excellence in your work. Whether you're honing a specific technique or expanding your skillset, dedicating time to practice outside of lashing appointments will pay off in the long run.


  If you're new to lashing, consider focusing on sponge work in the early stages to develop the muscle memory. Repeatedly practicing techniques such as fan creation, proper placement, glue application, and direction will help improve your lashing speed and quality by establishing a seamless connection between your mind and movements.


  Starting with fills rather than full sets when practicing your fanning technique can reduce stress and help you focus on improving your skills. With only 50% of the natural lashes to work with, you can take your time and build your confidence as a beginner.


  By following the tips mentioned above, you can smooth out some of the challenges on your journey to becoming an efficient lash artist. These small modifications can greatly improve your speed and profitability. Additionally, consistent practice is crucial for enhancing your speed and quality in lash extension application.


I hope you enjoyed learning with our blog! With these insights, you can now strive to make your lashing process more efficient and effective.

Thanks for reading and I wish you all the best! Stay tuned for more!

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