It's not you, it's me...or is it?
We have all experienced the "it's only been 2-3 weeks and all my lashes are gone" call/txt.
There are a couple ways to prevent this call/txt from happening.
First, let's backtrack for a second.
Questions for you...
-Was your adhesive fresh?
-What was the lash environment/ humidity?
-Did you review aftercare with your client?
Questions for your client...
-Are they cleaning their lashes/ removing makeup and debris?
-Medications/serums or menstrual cycle (This should be covered during consultation)?
(Hair/lashes may shed more as a side effect)
-Did your client wait to get their lashes wet?
(Swim, sauna, spray tan, hair etc) Yes, lashes need moisture to cure...but hunni, from experience, that spray tan will double as a remover. lol
-Were natural lashes attached when when the extensions came off?
As a lash artist it is great to keep a record of your clients lash history. This allows you to revisit your clients last service, and see what adhesive you used or if the humidity was too high or low. If you're not sure about humidity, we recommend purchasing a hygrometer which allows you to see the humidity in realtime. These can be purchased on everyones favorite site (Amazon) or at your nearest home improvement store.
When it comes to adhesive, you'll want to make sure you're always using a fresh bottle; and using fresh drops throughout your appointment. Our vortex mixers are also a must, when trying to get the best adhesive results. Check them out here!