Video 2: A video which shows you working close up and in “real time” on one eye only. This allows us to see you working on the model and ensure that safe working practices are being carried out.
(This video has been taken from my Mega volume online course which is advanced lashing using 0.05mm in the inner and outers and 0.03mm over the middle sections, as such in this course I teach my advanced students to lash 100% of inners and outers first. If you are a beginner to Classic lashing, refreshing your skills, or taking Russian volume for the first time, I always recommend building an even structure and ignoring my advanced technique in this video. I have also sped up this video/added cuts just to show you an example of what we would like to see, so please ensure that you film this in real time and do NOT edit it from the original filming.
- This video should be between 5-7 minutes
- Filmed close up of one eye only, so that the assessor can clearly see the eye being worked on. The video must be clear and remain in focus. We appreciate this can be difficult, therefore you may need someone to help you with this, or you can use a tripod to assist. Videos can be taken on your phone (if this provides quality filming) or another suitable camera. Please ensure that your head does not obstruct the view and that you check the video once you stop filming to ensure you have captured the required video.
- Please find the best angle to set your camera up, see the example video to assist with the best camera angles.
- We recommend that you allow yourself at least 20 minutes of working the model before you start filming, this will allow you to build the main bones of your set and have settled into your lash rhythm.