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Eyelash Extensions Applying for Beginngers ②

Eyelash Extensions Applying for Beginngers ②
4. How to pick and place eyelash extensions

Hold the tweezers in one hand and practice plucking false eyelashes one by one. After pulling them out, hold them with tweezers in a diagonal direction.

Hold the lashes with tweezers in a 45 degree diagonal direction. Tweezers the false eyelashes and pull them out to the side

Hold 2/3 of the false eyelash with tweezers, slowly lift your hand and pull out toward your chest. Clamp the false eyelashes for manipulation

Although the eyelashes are cylindrical and the front and back cannot be distinguished with the naked eye, they are actually divided into front and side. The front side of the eyelashes should be clamped during the procedure.

Tip: If you use too much force when curling the eyelashes, they may bend and deform, so make sure you use the right amount of force.

Tip: If the lashes are reversed or not in a diagonal direction, the lashes may bend when the arrangement is completed.

Position and angle of clamping false eyelashes
When using tweezers to clip false eyelashes, be sure to hold them 2/3 of the way down. Also, only if the direction of the eyelash clips is diagonal will your arms and hands not get twisted and the range of motion will not become large.


5. How to uselash glue
Let's learn how to dip false eyelashes into the glue. The most important thing when using glue is to make sure that the glue doesn't run when you dip it. Pour the glue on the glue table after shaking it around well. Slowly move the false eyelashes into the glue on the glue table and dip them evenly into the glue. To prevent droplet-like glue from forming on the false eyelashes, dip them evenly into the glue. Finish adjusting the amount of glue for the false eyelashes.

Hold the false eyelashes with tweezers and slowly move them into the glue poured on the glue table, dipping them only 1/2 way, and then slowly pull them out.

The glue dipped in the false eyelashes should not be dripping, and in case it does, the air bubbles should be removed before proceeding.


6. How to apply the eye patch
Match the curve of the eye contour, cover the lower lashes, and make sure not to touch the pupil during the separation process.

1. Apply the eye patch after measuring the size according to the curve of the eye.

2. Start from the tip of the eye or the front of the eye according to the eye contour.

3. Close your eyes, the sticker should be in line with the curve of the eyelashes.

Tip: The only way to avoid changes in the muscles around the eye is to apply the eye patch with the eyes closed, and the state of the real eyelashes will not change.

If you find that your eyelashes are crooked after applying the eye patch, it means that the wrong eye patch has been applied.

If the wrong eye patch is applied, it may irritate the pupil and therefore may cause a lot of discomfort to the customer, such as tearing.