What causes poor lash retention?

Too high humidity (or heat) can cause pop offs depending on the adhesive you are using. Now that clients are wearing masks during their lash appointments, you may find pop offs, or retention to become an issue. … This can cause your adhesive to cure more quickly and not get an optimal bond.

How can I improve my lash retention?

8 Tips for Better Client Retention

  1. Lashing Speed: Selecting the right adhesive for YOU is essential! …
  2. Treat your adhesive right: Once you’ve found the right adhesive, you’ll want to treat it right. …
  3. Check those bases: …
  4. Clean lashes last longer: …
  5. Shock curing: …
  6. Working with oily clients: …
  7. Harp on aftercare:

Why are my clients lashes not lasting?

Environment. The environment can have an impact on how long your client’s eyelash extensions last as it can affect how well the adhesive used works. … The wrong environment can affect the adhesive bond which will cause your client’s lashes to fall out prematurely which is not good!

Why is lash retention so important?

Lash Retention is simply how long eyelash extensions last on the natural lash before falling out. … The most important thing is that as Lash Stylists we do everything we can to help ensure that the eyelash extensions we apply last the full length of each client’s natural lash cycle.

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What medications affect lash retention?

Certain medications such as thyroid medications can make your lashes oilier, dryer or more brittle. Dietary changes, pregnancy or menopause can also have an effect on your lashes. Many of our clients love to play with, pick at and touch their lashes… especially when they look so good!

How can I make my eyelashes last longer?

To optimize your client’s rate of eyelash extension retention, we also recommend using ananomister to complete your application and effectively cure the adhesive. Not only will this allow the glue to dry almost immediately, but you will also be rehydrating your client’s lashes and reduce the possibility of irritation.

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