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When I first started doing lash extensions, I felt like my biggest struggle in this new field was placing the eye pad correctly on my client. It’s no secret that if you can’t place an eye pad correctly, you are going to end up running into trouble somewhere in your set, perhaps gluing your client’s eyes closed because you either left out some of the bottom lashes during placement or the eye pad somehow “slipped”.
So today I want to show you how to place the eye pad by seeing how I place mine now. It’s my hope that this demonstration will help those of you that might be struggling with the eye pad application process. The most important thing about eye pad placement is that I do not have my clients look up, and I make sure that I do not have my lamp on while applying the eye pads. Too much light can cause the eyes to start watering. Once their eyes are closed and the eye pads are inlace remember to be gentle with your tweezers, don't push down on the eye pads with much pressure or that will make them slip away from the eye.
We carry both pink and white eye pads, and these little beauties are perfect for holding down your client’s natural lashes while you work. They are easy and painless to remove and comfortable for your client during their treatment.
Our eye pads are non-slip, are just the right thickness to be effective, and are stretchy so they fit the eyes comfortably. These eye pads will not cause any irritation or burning to the eye. And finally, EBL eye pads have collagen in them that moisturizes the client’s skin.
If you are looking to purchase eye pads, check out our website here: