We highly recommend a patch test 48 hours before your lash therapy session. Even if you had lashes or lash lift/last tint before, but not a Nailz + Beauty, we still recommend a patch test because you may have developed an allergy since your last lash session.
Is a patch test a legal requirement for lashes?
If a client has not had a lash or brow tinting or perming treatment within the last 12 months, you must carry out a patch test. If you change any of the products you use in your hair, eyelash, eyebrow tinting and perming treatments you need to re-test clients 24 hours prior to their treatment.
Do you need a qualification to do Russian lashes?
To become a lash tech, it is important to attend a recognized training course which qualifies you to perform treatments. Lash Perfect’s fully accredited courses offer training in Classic Individual, Russian and Express lashes, and allow you to gain the appropriate insurance.
What do you need to do Russian lashes?
The Must-Have Supplies For Russian Volume Lash
- Mink lashes in 0.03-0.10 thickness.
- Recommended Thickness of eyelash extensions by lash techniques (in mm)
- Tweezers for Volume lashes.
- Eyelash extension glue for Russian volume lash.
- Silicone work pad for volume lash technique.
How do you know if you’re allergic to eyelash extensions?
An allergic reaction to eyelash extensions can occur in one or both of the eyes. If both, it may be more severe in one eye than the other. Typical symptoms include redness, itchiness, and swelling that occurs on the eyelid or the eye itself.
Are Russian lashes the best?
Russian lashes will look much thicker and fuller, whereas Classic lashes are usually more natural looking. If you are going for a more dramatic look then Russian lashes are probably the ones you want to go for.
Why would you not need to patch test for eyelash extensions?
As stated above, a person can react to any product, therefore we would be negligent to only patch test for the eyelash adhesive. When we apply a set of eyelash extensions, we apply the products to the eyes. The eye one of the most vulnerable, delicate and sensitive parts of the body.
How long does it take to learn Russian lashes?
Other Kit options available. 60 mins for a half set or 1 hour 30 minutes – 2 hours for a full set. Lash Perfect Russian lasts 4 – 6 weeks, maintenance appointments are recommended every 2 – 3 weeks. Remote Online or Face to Face at one of our training locations.
Can I do volume lashes with a classic certificate?
Even if you’re already certified in classic lash extension application, volume lash extension application is much more complex and requires additional training. … Some ways to know if you are ready is the ability to do a full set of properly applied classic lashes, at least 90 percent full, in two hours.
What is Russian volume lashes?
Russian Volume Lashes are ultra fine synthetic lashes that are made from the same fibres as classic lashes. However, as they are much thinner so your lash technician is able to apply more than one to each natural lash. Russian Lashes are typically applied in a fan-like shape, which adds to the ‘volume’ look.
What thickness is best for Russian lashes?
Usually thicker lashes are used for classic lash extensions – 0.10 and 0.15 thicknesses are popular. When using the Russian technique, it is advised to use finer lashes as you are using more than one lash in a fan. Popular Russian thicknesses are 0.05 and 0.07.
Are Russian eyelashes bad for you?
No, they don’t damage your lashes. The problem is you get used to seeing yourself with lovely thick lashes and when they come out, your own lashes are, of course, very thin and sparse which is why you have them done in the first place. … Semi permanent lashes should not cause your natural lashes to thin out.
What curl is best for Russian lashes?
C curl is the common curl that matches most people natural lash curl. D curl is the most dramatic and lifted, it will be the most visible from the front, it is also the most popular.
Do antihistamines work for eyelash extensions?
3. Benadryl – Benadryl is the bomb-dot-com when it comes to clients with adhesive sensitivity. It won’t cure someone’s allergy to eyelash extension glue (unfortunately nothing will) but it will help to ease the sensitivity to chemicals present during/immediately after the lash appointment.
Why do my eyes get puffy after eyelash extensions?
Clients who develop an allergic reaction to their eyelash extension adhesives will typically experience swelling and itching of the eyelids. These usually show up within the first 3 days (72 hours) of completion of a lash service.
Why am I suddenly allergic to eyelash glue?
What causes eyelash extension glue allergy? In most cases, Cyanoacrylate (the main component of lash glue) is known to be the substance that causes the glue allergy. You’ve probably learned that eyelash extension glue cures by its reaction to humidity (to be specific, Cyanoacrylate does).