Becoming an expert in our field can’t happen without learning all there is to know about the tools and techniques that make our work possible. The more familiar we become with our lash extension tweezers, the quicker they’ll become an extension of our fingers, allowing us to work with both precision and ease.
There are tons of things you can do to protect these delicate tools- with a little bit of effort, you can ensure that your lash extension tweezers remain as useful to you as their first day on the job. You can also click on the following source/link to know more about eyelash tweezers:
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Clean Off Any Excess Lash Glue Before Storing Them Away
As soon as you’ve finished with a client, you’ll want to tuck away your lash products so they don’t get dusty or dirty, throw out any disposable tools like lash wands and eye pads, and clean off your tweezers.
Your tweezers can pick up all sorts of excess adhesive which can damage the delicate plating on the inside of the tip, and if the adhesive cures, you’ll be stuck with sticky tweezers that trap extensions.
Sanitize And Disinfect Your Tools Effectively
Every eyelash extension certification program should have taught you the basics of sanitizing your tools, but a quick refresher never hurts. First, sanitize your tools by wiping off all visible debris.
Then, disinfect them with a barricade. You’ll need to use 2 oz of barricade concentrate to every 32 oz of cold water — any less will not properly sterilize your tools.