Many new eyelash artists are looking for an ideal natural lash to apply the extension on; always keep in mind that each lash needs an extension to be applied to it, so it doesn't matter which tab you choose to apply first. Eyelashes tend to clump together and stick together if the eyelash extensions aren't isolated. This causes serious long-term damage to natural eyelashes. Insulation allows the natural detachment process to take place.
Each natural eyelash is at different stages of growth. All natural eyelashes are at different stages of growth. As you try to grow, you may have to fall. The extensions should be placed along the natural eyelash, at a distance of 0.5 mm to 0.1 mm from the skin along the lash line.
If the extensions are not properly placed at the required distance, this can cause two problems:. One of the main advantages of eyelash extensions is that they look as much like natural eyelashes as possible, making them more flattering even if you don't wear makeup. To gain this advantage, it's essential to always apply an eyelash extension to one natural eyelash at a time. Some technicians like to put a few eyelashes together to create a more complete look, but that can completely eliminate the “natural” look that you're trying to achieve with eyelashes.
Most of the time, they do this to save time in the process, which can cause harmful repercussions, such as tearing off their natural eyelashes prematurely. Each time an extension is applied, wait a few seconds for it to settle in place before moving on to the next. This would make your result look neater and better instead. No, because our natural eyelashes and eyes are not symmetrical.
Which means that one eye most of the time has more natural eyelashes than the other. Every customer and every eye is different. Therefore, 100% coverage is not sustainable or realistic for each and every customer. You'll use your map to decide the length of the extension that will be placed on each layer of the natural eyelashes, so even if you're not yet at the stage where you've started working with layers, it's great to practice your mapping skills now.
Regardless of whether they comply with this or not, you'll still have to clean their eyelashes and eye area with eyelash shampoo or protein wipes. Applying extensions that are too long for customers to hold naturally can cause long-term damage to the hair follicle. If you choose a very thick eyelash extension (for example, 0.25 mm) and place it on a very thin or weak natural eyelash, it will weigh a lot of weight for that natural eyelash to stay erect and stay in place. The beauty industry has seen it all when it comes to eyelashes, augmenting masks, “miracle” serums, thermal curlers, you name it.
Incorrectly placed eye patches will also cause the eyelashes at the inner corners of the lash line to rise up, meaning that the placement will not be accurate and the eyelashes will look untidy. In terms of safety, dermatologists compare eyelash extensions to acrylic nails; they're not necessarily good for you, but they're not likely to cause serious health problems either, so you may decide that the aesthetics of the extensions outweigh the possible side effects (which usually include irritation, infection, and allergic reactions). There's a very thin line between placing the eyelash extension too close to the client's eyelid and placing it too far away. The duration of eyelash extensions depends mainly on the strength of the adhesive or glue used to fix the extensions.
I hurriedly hired one of the first eyelash artists to appear on Google in my neighborhood and did very little research before doing so. Since an individual extension is applied to an individual eyelash, that extension will fall off on its own when the natural eyelash comes off. Adding too much length is like adding too much weight, since the natural eyelash can't comfortably hold the extension in place. With the right eyelashes, you can give your client more volume, length and curvature, without causing additional pressure, weight or damaging the natural eyelashes.