Japanese Feathering 2020 online


It's time to start learning our Japanese treatment techniques!

We recommend studying and practising these new skills as much as you can before attending your course. You may wish to practice on a mannequin initially.

You will need your artist case & manual which will be sent to your home.

We recommend you give your manual a read through cover to cover and you will also see relevent pages referenced below each video.


 1. Japanese 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. 

- Read manual pages 30 -31 


3. How to sit

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


4.  Japanese Gel Pad 

We combine our tapered gel pads with our Japanese waterproof tape to create the most comfortable client experience when covering the lower eyelashes. This method also prevents the upper lashes being moved from their natural directions.


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 formula which balances the PH levels and removes any residual dirt and oils. The technique also removes any eyelashes that have died in the follicle and are due to shed in the coming days. Ensure your client has removed their eye make up prior to this. 


8. Preparing an Adhesive Drop

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 and irritation. We are using our +F adhesive.


- Read manual pages 37 - 40


9. Isolation

A refresh on isolation and some of the techniques we use. 

- Read manual page 35


10. Collecting an extension

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.

- Read manual page 41 


11. Adhesive Dipping

Collecting the right amount of glue for our methods is so important and you simply need to follow the correct example to letter! 


12. Application Styles 

Including our Sculpting & Grafting application

- Read manual page 42


13. Application

An introduction to the different Japanese Feathering techniques.

 - Read manual pages 43 - 48


14. Perfect Spacing

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

- Read manual page 49


15. Finishing your application

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

- Read manual page 51


16. Rebalance - Gel Remover

After 4 - 8 weeks your client will need to return to have the eyelash extensions brought back to their former glory. We recommend charging 80% of your new set price for our premium rebalance service. 

- Read manual pages 52 -53


17. Rebalance - Tweezer Technique

Remove extensions quickly and safely during rebalance without the use of gel remover


- Read manual page 41 

18. Removal

Here's how how to perform a safe and comfortable removal with our Gel Remover.