Using a cream remover you can safely remove eyelash extensions as well as semi-permanent mascara in a similar manner. This is a modern product which is ideally suited for both beginners and professional lashers.
1) Thanks to its creamy texture, the remover doesn’t smudge, and if applied carefully it will not come into contact with the conjunctiva. As the remover doesn’t evaporate, the client DOES NOT HAVE TO CLOSE THEIR EYES WHILE THE PRODUCT REMAINS ON THE EYELASHES.
2) Remover exposure time – 10 minutes. During these 10 minutes the lasher has a chance to talk to the client face-to-face to:
– Show new products and work portfolio using new materials;
– Talk about visiting professional events, explaining what it may mean for the client (for example, offer of new treatments or a higher qualification for a lasher, which allows an increase in the time of wearing eyelash extensions and decrease the treatment duration etc);
– Give advice to the client and sell eyelash care products;
– Just exchange news.J
The cream remover can be cleaned off by either a lasher or client independently, by just washing it off with running water. In this case the client can rub their eyes well and any lasher knows how enjoyable it is and a real treat for clients who wear eyelash extensions all the time without any breaks. If clients wash it off independently, they will definitely see their natural lashes in the mirror and if the lasher follows the technology of eyelash extensions, he/she will make sure the eyelashes are in good condition and wearing extensions long-term didn’t make them any worse. And the lasher’s professionalism justifies the client’s trust.
There are various types of cream removers.
You can work with a Japanese remover straight away; it always has a soft, homogeneous texture.
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We apply the cream remover with a micro brush, evenly and generously distributing it over the area of natural and artificial eyelashes sticking. After this the client can get up from the bed and open their eyes. Exposure time – 10 minutes.
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At the end of the exposure the client closes her eyes and lies down on the bed. With slightly open tweezers the lasher takes away the artificial eyelashes and the remains of the remover. The remover has dissolved the glue so the eyelashes can be removed very easily and absolutely painlessly.
Pink and green (apple) removers have a more crystal structure, they are drier so to increase plasticity it’s advisable to add a small amount of water to the product and mix it well.
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If the product looks dry to you, using a micro brush mix the amount needed for the procedure with normal water. Always do it separately.
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We apply the cream remover with a micro brush, evenly and generously distributing it over the area of natural and artificial eyelashes. After this the client can get up from the bed and open their eyes. Exposure time – 10 minutes.
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At the end of the exposure the client closes her eyes and lies down on the bed. With slightly open tweezers the lasher takes away the artificial eyelashes and the remains of the remover. The remover has dissolved the glue so the eyelashes can be removed very easily and painlessly.
Very IMPORTANT. The remains of the remover must be washed away with water. Explain to the client that the remover does not burn if it doesn’t make any contact with the conjunctiva. You should wash your face with your eyes well closed (but not tightly closed). It’s advisable to use a face wash, preferably of gel consistency as gel washes do not contain any oily ingredients.
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