Lash Extension Training Manual

Provides theoretical knowledge of the application of conducting a safe eyelash extension treatment to achieve the best desired outcome for your client.


Lash Extension Training Manual

Lash extensions, what is it?

Eyelash extensions are a popular approach to making the eyelashes appear longer and fuller.

When applied correctly by a licensed professional, eyelash extensions can provide safe, beautiful results. However, using the incorrect glue or trying DIY lash extension may cause lash pain, infection and loss.

Our Lash Extension Training Manual show you how to do it all and even provide you with the knowledge and material to bring to your CPD services of choice.

Lash extensions are semi-permanent synthetic, faux mink or silk fibers which are applied strand by strand to your natural lashes. As you might expect, the application is fairly tedious. “The extensions are carefully applied one at a time using a specially-formulated, semi-permanent glue that will not irritate or damage the natural lash.

Unlike false eyelashes, where the strip or individual lashes are applied to the skin, lash extensions are attached directly to the lash itself. The results are more lush, dense lashes that may even let you skip mascara.

Formaldehyde is a toxin that can cause allergic reactions and skin irritation.

The most common complaints about lash extensions are allergic reactions to the glue, eye infections from contact with unsanitary tools, or an infected follicle from two lashes being glued together, and/or from the glue itself clogging a hair follicles

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All in all, lash extensions are very effective and look great! They’re also relatively inexpensive compared to other cosmetic procedures such as laser treatments.

1. You need to find someone who has experience applying lash extensions. If you try this yourself, you could end up damaging your own lashes.

Make sure you use only high quality products. Cheap brands won’t last.

It takes anywhere from 4-8 weeks for your new lashes to fully develop. During this period, you should avoid rubbing your eyes too much. This will help prevent breakage.

General Lash Extensions Questions

1. What is the difference between real and fake eyelashes?

First, false eyelashes often feature a black band to hold the lashes together and adhere to the eyelid. If you see a long black band running along the lid, it’s safe to say it is a false lash. Another sure sign is that the lashes are far too thick to be natural. Natural lashes tend to have a certain voluminous quality.

2. How long does it take for my lashes to grow back after I get them done?

It will typically take about 6 weeks for the eyelash to grow back in if it’s cut or burned but there’s no damage to the follicle or eyelid.

3. Is there any way to make sure my lash extensions don’t fall out before I go home?

A) Sleep on your back. Sleeping with your face pushed into your pillow can cause your eyelash extensions to fall out quickly.

B) Avoid Water and Steam for the first 48 hours.

C) Comb Them Regularly.

D) Always Use Oil-Free Makeup Remover.

4. Can I wear makeup while wearing lash extensions?

Anyone with lash extensions must avoid using oil-based makeup since it tends to mess the glue of the false lashes. It very much applies to eyeliner and other eye-makeup products as well.

5. Are lash extensions permanent?

Because extensions are attached to the lash itself, they last as long as the natural growth cycle, or about six weeks. To extend the life of the extensions, Richardson recommends using a lash conditioner and to gently comb through your lashes with a dry spoolie brush.

6. Will lash extensions hurt if I rub my eyes?

Eyelash extensions can also cause your eyelashes to break or thin out. This can largely be avoided if you don’t pull or tug at your eyes, or rub them. The gentler you treat your eyelash extensions, the less likely you’re to hurt your lashes.

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