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Eyelash Extension Application: Moving Eyes
Most lash artist’s struggle with this issue and on this blog, we will give you tips on how to avoid it or what to do when we can’t avoid clients having fluttering lashes.
Clients twitching and moving eyes during application can be a big issue when applying lash extensions. If the eye is constantly moving it creates a risk of adhesive getting into the eye. Lash artists are working with tweezers and adhesive very closely to the client’s eyes, it is extremely dangerous to have the the client not be stable. It can also cause the lash artist to not apply the lashes correctly which may result in premature shedding.
Twitching and moving eyes during application can be a big issue when applying for lash extensions. If the eye is constantly moving it creates a risk of glue getting into the eye. It can also cause you (the lash artist) to not apply the lashes correctly on each lash resulting in premature shedding.
Most eyelid spasms go away without treatment in a few days or weeks. If they don’t go away, you can try to eliminate or decrease potential causes.
The most common causes of eyelid twitching are stress, fatigue, and caffeine.
Stress and lack of sleep. Too much caffeine, alcohol, or nicotine can also lead to eye twitching. An eye twitch can also be triggered by dry eye, which can itself be caused by a number of different factors.
We can’t open if we happen to have this kind of client. This is also a great opportunity for us to educate our clients about this situation. Proper communication helps a lot and we don’t have to be rude to our clients.
You can also inform them that their fluttering lashes might get affected by the way you apply their lashes. These gestures will be greatly appreciated by our dear clients.
Lash artists, always remember to have more patience with our clients. I know its frustrating to deal with this, but I know so well, with these tips you will be able to get this through.