March 22, 2023 2 min read
We have all seen the horror pics of lash jobs gone wrong. You know the ones with the huge bead of adhesive on the end, glued to multiple lashes and they are strung together like an accordion. This happens more often than it should, especially around a holiday, as newbies or “special occasion only” clients start looking for the cheapest around.
BE SURE YOU ARE READY TO REMEDY!
Be ready to bid FAREWELL to bad lash jobs, and hello to fresh lashes! Our Farewell gel remover takes no more than a few minutes to completely and safely remove a typical lash set. That being said, if you're removing a LOT of adhesive (you all know the type of set we're talking about) then the time may be longer to break down the adhesive bonds. We recommend applying the remover to the adhesive, avoiding any contact with the skin, and allow it to sit for 3-5 minutes. The extensions should start to slide off of the natural lash easily without any tension or force. If extensions still remain, do a full cleanse of the eye and reapply. Never leave the remover on for longer than 15 minutes at a time.
If the clients' lashes are truly damaged from the previous set, you can give them some suggestions of products to help, seeing as you are their lash health advocate. We recommend always having a few of our GROW lash & brow serum on hand to help your clients' lashes grow back stronger and ready for your high quality lash set.
TIP: Don't make it a habit of using your adhesive around your remover or vice versa. Those two don't play well together and can destroy your adhesive. Best for them to keep their distance.
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