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Perforated Transparent Medical Tape

2,65 €

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What kind of tape do you use for eyelash extensions? How do you keep bottom lashes down? 

The easiest way to protect bottom lashes is with eyepatches. HOWEVER! How many times have you found those tiny baby lashes sneaking out from under the eyepatch and getting stuck to your extensions? We know this is every lash tech’s nightmare, so using a small piece of tape to secure those tiny lashes will come in very handy!

  • bi-directional perforations for easy hand-tear. No scissors needed!
  • medium stickiness
  • easy to remove without causing discomfort to the client
  • can be used to secure bottom lashes or to lift the skin on the eyelid for easier application
  • perfect for any eyelash treatment
  • can be used with any eyepatches
  • size: 1.25 x 900cm

    How to use

    1. Cleanse the natural lashes and eye area with Lash Shampooand Protein Pads.
    2. Place chosen eyepatches over the bottom lashes, around 1mm away from the waterline.
    3. Take the length of tape you need and pull - the bi-directional perforations mean that the tape will tear easily where you need it to!
    4. Once the eyes are closed, gently pull the eyelid up and place a piece of tape over the eyepatch to secure it in place. Place the tape slightly closer to the waterline to ensure no baby lashes will be able to escape!
    5. Repeat on the other eye.
    6. Pull the eyelids gently upwards to double check all bottom lashes are hidden and make sure your client is comfortable - a lash mirror can help with this.
    7. Continue with your pre-treatment by applying Pre-treatment Lash Cleanser, and follow with Primer.

    When you finish using the tape, ensure that it is stored in the tape cutter or a closed box to keep it clean and fresh.

    Product properties

    Cruelty-free Hypoallergenic Latex-free Lint-free Vegan
    Queens Award 2020
    London Lash are proud winners of the Queen's Award 2020