The tips of your tweezers should come to a perfect point with no gap when closed. This ensures that you are able to firmly grasp the lash extensions and allowing fans to be easily made when doing volume lashes.
Besides, how do you hold tweezers when doing eyelash extensions?
Additionally, what are curved tweezers used for?
L-shaped tweezers are essential when making handmade volume fans, picking them up, and attaching them. Use tweezers with curved ends to create lash fans, pick them up, and attach them.
What do isolation tweezers look like?
What do they look like? Isolation tweezers have a very slight curve so that the tips curve away from the client’s eye as the lash artist separates the upper lashes. Some are straighter and some are more curved to suit the lash tech’s individual preferences.
I Shape: Straight tweezers AKA I-shape tweezers are ideal for isolation and for classic lash extension method. We recommend using the thin and long I shape tweezers for isolation.
Which hand do you hold isolation tweezers in? You should hold your isolation tweezers in your non-dominant hand. This means holding them in your left hand if you are right-handed, and in your right hand if you are left-handed. Basically, you use the hand that you don’t write with.
Well, this is actually very common. A lot of new lash artists look for an ideal natural lash to apply the extension to – always keep in mind that every lash needs an extension applying to it, so it really doesn’t matter which lash you choose to do first.