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Prevent Lash Application Irritation

Prevent Lash Application Irritation

November 2, 2020
Finding the right under eye patch that works for you and your client is the secret to a stress-free, successful, and safe lash application. Learn more about our under eye patches and how they will exceed both your expectations.


A clinically-tested under eye patch made entirely out of hypoallergenic silicone. Custom-shaped for a universal, secure, and comfortable fit. Suitable for every client and all skin types, even sensitive.


Silicone Under Eye Patches

A dual-benefit under eye patch that utilizes Flex-Form technology for reliable lower lash coverage. Also contains skin-nourishing Vitamin E, Allantoin, Aloe, and Glycerin.


Lint-Free Under Eye Gel Patches


A skin-smoothing under eye patch that diminishes the look of fine lines, crow’s feet, and wrinkles with its high hyaluronic acid content. Ideal for retailing to clients. Requires some prep work for application use.


Hydrating Under Eye Gel Patches

How do I prevent irritation? The leading cause of irritation is almost always due to incorrect placement of lower lash coverings. Follow these steps in order to properly cover your client’s lower lashes and minimize irritation.
  1. Gently lift the eyelid to expose the lower lash line. Do not have the client open their eyes or look up as this will cause the patch to shift into the eye once the client closes their eyes.
  2. Follow the contour of the lower eyelid margin and gently place the patch over the client’s lower lashes, 1mm from the lower eyelid margin. The under eye patch should not cover the eyelid margin.
  3. Release the eyelid and gently secure the patch or segment down. The patch should rest comfortably. Do not press the eye patch onto the under eyes.
  4. After applying under eye patches to both eyes, lift each upper eyelid, one at a time, to ensure correct positioning. Carefully tweak positioning as needed to ensure that the client’s lower eyelashes are fully covered.
  5. The upper and lower eyelid margins of each eye should touch when the eyes close. Make sure the upper eyelid is not resting on the under eye patch.


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