How to apply them?
Learning to apply bottom lash extensions is an advanced skill that will help you to stand out among other less experienced lash artists.
Bottom lash extension application requires more preparation than upper lashes. The client’s top lashes should be taped down above the eyelid, with an eye pad placed underneath the bottom lashes for application.
When you work on the lower lashes, your sharp tweezer ends are going to be face down, and there is a high risk of touching the client's face. Always place something under the bag!
Lash stylists should make extra sure the client is still able to fully close their eyes to prevent irritation from adhesive fumes that can cause irritation and potential scleral burn.
Don’t forget that bottom lashes get affected more easily by our facial oil as they are closer to our face than upper lashes. Use the RQL pre-treatment
before the procedure of bottom eyelash extension. The priming procedure is the same as for upper lashes.
Important notice! Do the whole set as you’d do the upper lash extension - always shorter in the inner corners.