Maintaining the integrity of your clients lash line should be your number one priority, always.
Here's how you can do your part to ensure that your client can continue wearing lash extensions for years to come.
Offer a thorough consultation and tell them what is best for them and their lash line.
Review their medical history. Lots of factors play into whether a client is suitable for extensions—stress, medication and habits play into the wearability and longevity of extensions.
If a client appears to be difficult, photos will speak louder than words. Showcase different lash lines and show them where they fall on the spectrum. Deny them as a client if you cannot work under the same terms. This is your business and reputation so make sure you do what's best for you.
Remember that a potential client is more likely to respond positively to a negative review when you explain that you didn't believe you were a good fit because you didn't want to damage their lash line. It shows that you're willing to put their lash health above making a sale.
Isolation is KEY 🔑 when lashing. Proper isolation ensures that your clients follicles do not get damaged throughout the wear of their extensions.
Be smart about what you apply. Only use what your clients natural lash can handle.