Japanese Classic - Continued Learning

Thank you so much for joining us for your Japanese Classic course. Here are all the videos to enable you to continue practising before submitting your case studies.

Take your time perfecting each segment and keep working at it. You will get there!

Moka & Sarah x

 1. Treatment Overview  

2. Preparing Your work space

The devil really is in the detail when it comes to successfully applying eyelash extensions. Following a design consultation with your client you will set up a workspace that is safe, organised and designed to create a relaxing & quiet experience. 

 

 

3. How to sit

So simple but so important! Correct seating will make you and your client much more comfortable.

 

 

4.  Japanese Gel Pad 

The lower eyelashes and skin need to be completely covered prior to application to prevent the adhesive or tweezer tips coming into contact with them. This technique uses our tapered gel pads and our waterproof tape which is made in Japan.

 

5.  Japanese Tape Work 

An advanced technique for covering the lower eyelashes that does not require to the client to open their eyes. Many clients find this method contributes to a premium experience. It is essential to use our ultra gentle tape and waterproof tape for this technique.

 

 

6. Lifting Flat Lying Lashes  

A little trick using our gentle tape if you find the clients eyelashes are resting on the eye-pad!

 

7. Preparing the natural eyelashes

The natural eyelashes are prepared with our gentle pretreatment formular which balances the PH levels and removes any residual dirt and oils. Ensure your client has removed their eye make up prior to this. We strongly advise they arrive at the appointment without eye make up.

  

8. Preparing an Adhesive Drop

The adhesive drop will be used to dip your eyelash extension in prior to applying. Not being able to dispense, use and store adhesive correctly is one of the most prolific problems in the global eyelash extension industry. Follow our examples to avoid both poor retention (extensions falling out too soon) and irritation. We are using our +F adhesive.

 

9. Isolation

Every-time you apply an extension you need to isolate the eyelash so the adhesive does not stick to neighbouring eyelashes. This takes both practise and the correct tweezers! Our Japanese Rebalance and Japanese Isolation tweezer are both excellent for this task.

 

10. Collecting an extension

Once you have isolated an eyelash you need to collect the extension with your tweezers to apply it. Where and how you collect the extension can affect the application so it's important to get it right. Here's how to collect an eyelash extension with our Japanese Collection tweezer.

 

11. Adhesive Dipping

The collected extension is then coated in adhesive prior to applying to the eyelash, collecting the right amount of glue is so important and you simply need to follow the correct example to letter!

 

12. Application

Applying to the side of the eyelash plus our sculpting and grafting application

 

13. Perfect Spacing

Weaving even spacing throughout your work is the art to creating beautiful designs. Let's take a look at our spacing technique.

 

14. Finishing your application

Once you complete a beautiful application it's time to finish the treatment like a pro.

 

15. Rebalance

After 4 - 8 weeks your client will need to return to have the eyelash extensions brought back to their former glory. 

  

16. Removal

Here's how how to perform a safe and comfortable removal with our gel remover.