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Patch Test

A patch test can be conducted to help identify any sensitivities the client may have to the products used. 

 

1. Apply a dab of each product onto the inner arm. 

2. Leave on for 10 minutes. 

3. Remove with a damp cotton pad. 

4. Send client home for 24 hours 

 

If the client develops an itch or becomes inflamed, they are not suitable for the procedure. 

Please note that a client may still react even if the patch test was clear. There is no guarantee how the skin will react.

Cleanse

The lashline must be cleansed to remove any oil, dirt or residue, as this can prevent the lotions from working properly.

The cleansing can slightly open the hair cuticles, which will allow the lotions to penetrate better. 

 

It is important to use a gentle cleanser to prevent any sensitivity or irritation to the eyes.

Lift

The Lift Lotion is used to break the disulfide bonds in the lashes, so it can be reshaped.

This allows the hairs to be manipulated into any desired position. 

Lift Lotion Application

Ensure to work very quickly, as the lotion will start to process as soon as it comes into contact with the hair. Working too slowly can result in over processed lashes.

 

1. Dispense 2 pumps of the Lift Lotion into a dish. 

2.  Using a microbrush or reusable tint brush apply a generous amount of Lift Lotion from the root to top of the lashline. 

3. Once the lashline is coated you must start the timer. 

4. Start Timer for recommended time

5. Repeat on the other eye. 

6. Start Timer #2 for the second eye. 

 

Lift Lotion Removal

1. Use a clean lipstick applicator wand to remove the Lift Lotion.

Remember to wipe away from the FIRST contact of the lotion as that will be the part that started processing first.

2. Use a new clean applicator wand to remove any remaining residue. 

Continue to wipe away until ALL of solution 1 is removed.

Set 

 Step 2 is used to rebuild the disulfide bonds, so the hair can permanently take up the new shape and direction of the desired style. 

 

The processing times for the Lift Lotion are dependent on each individual client.

Set Application

Ensure to work very quickly, as the lotion will start to process as soon as it comes into contact with the hair. Working too slowly can result in over processed lashes.

 

1. Dispense 2 pumps of the Lift Lotion into a dish. 

2.  Using a microbrush or reusable tint brush apply a generous amount of Lift Lotion from the root to top of the lashline. 

3. Once the lashline is coated you must start the timer. 

4. Start Timer for recommended time

5. Repeat on the other eye. 

6. Start Timer #2 for the second eye. 

 

 

Set Lotion Removal

1. Use a clean lipstick applicator wand to remove the Set Lotion.

Remember to wipe away from the FIRST contact of the lotion as that will be the part that started processing first.

2. Use a new clean applicator wand to remove any remaining residue. 

Continue to wipe away until ALL of solution 2 is removed.

Tint Procedure

1. Mix 3⁄4 inch of Tint with 2-4 drops of Developer solution until the consistency is a creamy paste.
(Make sure consistency is not runny or drippy.)

Note: The color of the mixture is not the color that the hair will be once it is tinted!

2. Set for at least 3 minutes while you prepare your client.

3. Prepare warm clean water is your squirt bottle and have your washcloths ready at your station.

4. Apply cream tint to upper lashes from base to tip. Again, make sure the corner lashes are covered.
If tint accidently gets in the eyes, flush the eyes with plain water immediately! 

If no irritation occurs, you may reapply the tint immediately.
5. If any tint gets on the face, remove it as soon as possible with warm soap and water. 

6. Developing time will differ depending on thickness of the client’s hair, and hair’s color. We recommend that you allow eyelashes to develop for 3 minutes and the eyebrows to develop for 3 to 5 minutes. Then wipe excess and check the color. If the eyelashes and/or eyebrows are not dark enough, re-apply and allow to them to process again until the desired color is achieved. Check the color frequently. You can always reapply to go darker. However, if they become too dark, you will be unable to lighten them. 

7. Remove protection pads from under eye area.
8. While your client’s eyes are closed, use a eye dropper or squeeze bottle with warm water to remove product until no residue is visible. Hold one time use cloth near eye area to capture any excess water.

 

 

 

 

 

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Final Cleanse

 

Once solutions 1, 2 and tint are removed we need to cleanse the lashes. Remember we do not use shampoo or warm water for this. We will use a brush, brushing in upwards or downwards strokes to remove all chemicals and than rinse the eyes really well to ensure no more chemicals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nourishing Lotion

Lash Lifts are a chemical process in which the hair bonds are broken and reformed, during this process, it can cause the hair to become dehydrated. The natural lashes must be conditioned immediately after the procedure to prevent them from becoming frizzy and unruly.

Think of this like a deep conditioning treatment.

 

1. Ensure the lashes are completely clean.

Wipe with a lipstick applicator with water if there is residue. 

2. Using an applicator, apply the nourishing lotion to the lashline. Continue to work the product into the hairs.