Clients MUST clean their extensions if they want them to last as well as prevent the build of bacteria that can lead to infections such as Blepharitis.
- Each night, clients must clean around the eye area and lash line with a cotton bud and their lash cleanser to ensure the whole area is squeaky clean.
- Every 2-3 days your clients should thoroughly wash their lashes (just the same and they wash their hair – so why not do it at the same time).
Step 1 – Take a soft eye shadow or cleansing brush and work your foamed lash cleanser into the lashes, using the brush to get into every part of the lashes and lash line – (30 seconds to 1 min is usually enough).
Step 2 – Flush the brush through with clean water, take off the excess and work through the lashes to flush out the foaming solution – repeat as necessary until all the foam is out of the lashes. Now repeat with the other eye.
Step 3 – Pat lashes dry with either, paper towel, a hand towel, or blow dry on a cool setting.
Step 4 – Brush lashes thoroughly only when dry to tame back into position.
Clients should carry a mascara wand with them and brush their lashes 4-5 times a day. This really does assist to keep them soft, fluffy and separated.