All The Tips Of Under Eye Lash Pads
Happy day, lash lovers! Today we’re going to dive into all the ins and outs of under-eye lashes, as well as tips you can try to help with any issues you may have. Choosing the right eye pads and the correct placement is arguably one of the most important steps in an eyelash kit, but it can also be the most challenging. I’m here to help ease the pain and give you every possible tip so you can pack it into your lash artist toolbox. let’s start.
My first tip is to always make sure I have the ideal location for each client. Do you ever feel like you spend more time readjusting your pad over and over than actually whipping it? We’ve all been there, and if the pad is constantly sliding and sliding, it can be overwhelming and cause irritation and lash mucus. My solution is to always make sure I position the pad correctly the first time so I don’t have to fix my work later. To do this, I first place the pads under the client’s eyes with the protector still on the pads. This way I can make sure I’m using the right size pads for their eyes, and I can also determine where I need to cut the pads to best fit the inner corners. Once I’ve marked where I want to customize my pad, I’ll make a slight incision (about 1/3 of the length) on the pad where the inner eye meets the tear duct. This slit helps with proper pad placement as there are no air bubbles or gaps around the inner corners. Or, if your time is a little tight, opt for the GladGirl Comfort Fit Gel Patches as these pads are pre-cut for a seamless fit on any eye shape. This trick may seem simple, but it can be make or break for your lash sanity. So give it a try for lash lovers, you can breathe a sigh of relief or a sigh of relief when your pads look and feel like they were made just for your clients.
Check The Ingredients Carefully
We all know that each of our clients is individually beautiful and unique, and so is their skin. This means that you must be able to choose the right eye pads for each client based on allergies and sensitivities. This is by far the most important step in choosing the right pads for your clients, but don’t worry about eyelashes baby! I know this may seem like a daunting task, but I’m here to break it down and give you a crash course in picking those perfect pads every time. First, you always need to be aware of any allergies or sensitivities your clients may have. The last thing you want to do is put a cushion on that beautiful bride and later when she reacts she will realize that she is sensitive to one of the ingredients on the cushion. This is also in line with any life changes they may have had since your last appointment. For example, are they pregnant, or have they started any new medications? These two things are notorious for altering the skin’s pH and hormone levels, making reactions to once-innocuous products pop up. This step should be added to your client consultation because you should be asking these important questions at the beginning of every appointment (yes, girl, even if you’ve seen them 100 times before!). I like to carry around a cheat sheet explaining which pads are safe to use for those sensitive clients like GladGirl Silk Under-eye pads as they have no active ingredients and if you have any doubts usually a Good choice for any possible allergies or sensitivities. So save yourself and your clients the pain of a possible reaction and always ask them if they are allergic to any products you might want to use on them.