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Eyelash Extensions Training

Eyelash Extensions Training

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The Lash Extensions Program (products purchased separately; training does not include products) 

2 hours/day

4 days + 1 Day (free & optional)

Here is an extensive step-by-step program for training in eyelash extensions:

1. Introduction to Eyelash Extensions:
- Understand the basics of eyelash extensions, including the different types of lashes, adhesive, and tools used in the process.
- Learn about the different lash styles and how to choose the right style for clients' preferences and eye shapes.

2. Health and Safety:
- Understand the importance of maintaining a clean and hygienic workspace.
- Learn about proper sanitation practices, including cleaning and disinfecting tools and equipment.
- Familiarize yourself with common allergies and sensitivities related to eyelash extensions and how to handle them.

3. Client Consultation:
- Learn how to conduct a thorough client consultation to determine their desired lash style and address any concerns or allergies.
- Understand how to assess the client's natural lashes and determine the appropriate lash length, curl, and thickness.

4. Lash Application Techniques:
- Master the technique of isolating individual natural lashes using tweezers.
- Learn how to properly apply lash extensions using a safe and comfortable method.
- Practice different lash application techniques, such as classic (one extension per natural lash) and volume (multiple extensions per natural lash).

5. Lash Styling and Design:
- Understand the principles of lash styling and design to create customized looks for clients.
- Learn how to create different lash effects, including cat-eye, doll-eye, and natural-looking lashes.
- Practice blending different lash lengths, curls, and thicknesses to achieve desired results.

6. Lash Fills and Maintenance:
- Learn how to perform lash fills to maintain the longevity of eyelash extensions.
- Understand the proper removal and safe handling of lash extensions.
- Educate clients on aftercare practices to ensure the longevity of their lash extensions.

7. Troubleshooting and Problem Solving:
- Identify common issues and challenges during the lash extension process, such as adhesive allergies, lash retention problems, or lash damage.
- Learn how to troubleshoot and resolve these issues effectively.

Remember, this step-by-step program provides a general overview of the training process for eyelash extensions.

 

During the lash extension process, several common issues can arise. Here are some of them along with possible resolutions:

1. Adhesive Allergies or Sensitivities:
- Issue: Some clients may develop an allergic reaction or sensitivity to the lash adhesive.
- Resolution: Conduct a thorough client consultation to identify any allergies or sensitivities beforehand. Perform a patch test to check for any adverse reactions. If an allergic reaction occurs, remove the lash extensions immediately and recommend appropriate medical attention.

2. Premature Lash Extension Loss:
- Issue: Lash extensions may fall off prematurely, leading to an uneven and shorter lifespan.
- Resolution: Ensure proper isolation of natural lashes during the application process to prevent lashes from sticking together. Use the correct lash length, thickness, and curl that are suitable for the client's natural lashes. Educate clients on proper aftercare practices, such as avoiding oil-based products and excessive rubbing of the eyes.

3. Lash Sticking:
- Issue: Lash extensions may stick together, resulting in clumpy and unnatural-looking lashes.
- Resolution: Ensure proper separation and isolation of each natural lash before applying extensions. Use the appropriate amount of adhesive to prevent excessive sticking. Comb through the lashes after application to separate any lashes that may have stuck together.

4. Lash Adhesive Drying Too Slow or Too Fast:
- Issue: The lash adhesive may dry too slowly, causing lashes to move out of place, or it may dry too quickly, making it challenging to adjust the lash placement.
- Resolution: Monitor the humidity and temperature in your lash extension workspace to create an optimal environment for adhesive curing. Use a lash adhesive with an appropriate drying time for your skill level and the desired lash application technique. Work in small sections to ensure the adhesive does not dry before placing the lash extensions.

5. Lash Retention Issues:
- Issue: Lash extensions may not adhere properly or have poor retention, causing them to fall off quickly.
- Resolution: Ensure proper cleansing and preparation of natural lashes before application. Use a primer or lash cleanser to remove any oils or residues that may affect adhesive bonding. Check the humidity levels in your workspace, as low humidity can cause poor adhesive curing. Use high-quality adhesive and follow the manufacturer's recommended guidelines for optimal retention.

Remember, if you encounter any issues during the lash extension process that you are unsure how to resolve, it's essential to consult with an experienced lash technician or seek guidance from a reputable lash extension training provider like us.

 

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