To be honest you just have to "tame" the glue and your work won't depend on the season. The only point is that in summer we rarely use the primer but in the off-season it's used more often. Also, for some lash stylists it's more convenient to change the glue according to the season, for example, in winter they use the slower and more dense adhesive and in summer the faster and more liquid one.
But there're some simple tips that suit almost every glue and help you to make retention longer:
Careful makeup off
It's better if the lash stylist do it herself after the client removed their makeup.
Use the pre-treatment only for already clean lashes
We advice you to use the liquid with a high content of alcohol and without aromas like the RQL pre-treatment. Aromas often contain essential oils which are bad for retention.
Work with the dome-shaped glue drop
And don't touch different surfaces by it because it starts the process of polymerization. You better learn to take the micro glue drop Take the glue only from the center of the drop and regularly change it.
The colder is in your lash studio the slower the glue works
You can use faster glue or increase the temperature in the room.
The higher is humidity the higher is the possibility of shock polymerization
But because of heating on winter the air inside is often very dry so try to use the humidifier.
Try to surround the lashes by the glue drop
The glue should be enough, not too little and not too much.
How interesting our profession is! We're both chemists and lash queens ❤️