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Lash Application How-to: Applying Oil-Proof & Instantly Waterproof Lashes

Lauren Salapatek | April 1, 2017 | 8:18 AM
Single Lash Application with oil-proof and instantly waterproof eye lashes by NovaLash.
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STEP 1: Place a gel patch with an undereye sticker to hold down the lower lashes.
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STEP 2: 3 length bonding: Choose at least 3 different lengths of extensions.
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STEP 3: Use the glove technique: Work from the back of your glove as an artist would use a palette.
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STEP 4: Dip 3/4 of an extension into the Platinum Bond Adhesive.
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STEP 5: Isolate a singular natural lash.
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STEP 6: Swipe the extension into place.
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STEP 7: When complete, NovaLash’s Platinum Bond adhesive is instantly waterproof and may cure with a mist of water from the airNova air compressor.
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STEP 8: Comb and separate lashes.
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NovaLash Platinum Adhesive Bond
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NovaLash airNova air compressor
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NovaLash is breaking long-standing stereotypes about eye lash extensions. Have you ever heard that eye lash extensions can't become wet after or during service, or that your clients may only use oil-free makeup removers? Maybe you've heard "you can't go swimming in them," or that "they don't last long." 

These rules do not apply to NovaLash. **Drops the Mic. 

NovaLash's adhesive line is oil-proof and instantly waterproof. How so? With the help of two products in particular: NovaLash's Platinum Bond Adhesive and the airNova air compressor. By applying the Platinum Bond adhesive, your clients will have the ability to shower, swim, or sauna right after their service. The adhesive bends and flexes with the natural lash so it helps maintain the hold and longevity of your clients' extensions. 

The Platinum Bond Adhesive led to the development of NovaLash's airNova air compressor, which dries and cures the adhesive with a cool and refreshing mist of water at the end of service. With the help of the compressor, dry time is less than one minute per eye.

Learning how to apply lash extensions either as a full-time career or as an add-on service is a highly profitable business, says NovaLash. The brand's extensions are individual, synthetic extensions singularly bonded to each natural lash to create a longer, thicker lash look. 

Does learning the eye lash extension business spark your interest? NovaLash training courses place special emphasis on safety and the science of eye lashes. 

Here are three classes you may qualify for: 

  1. NovaLash Classic Certification - Requires Cosmetology or Aesthetics License 
  2. Conversion Classic Certification - Requires Cosmetology or Aesthetics License and Basic/Classic Certification w/ another Lash Company  
  3. Advanced American Volume - Requires Cosmetology or Aesthetics License and Basic/Classic Certification w/ NovaLash or another Lash Company w/ at least 6 months Basic/Classic certified experience.  

Curious as to what a NovaLash application looks like? Follow the how-to and learn! 

STEP 1: Place a gel patch with an undereye sticker to hold down the lower lashes.

STEP 2: 3 length bonding: Choose at least 3 different lengths of extensions.

STEP 3: Use the glove technique: Work from the back of your glove as an artist would use a palette.

STEP 4: Dip 3/4 of an extension into the Platinum Bond Adhesive.

STEP 5: Isolate a singular natural lash.

STEP 6: Swipe the extension into place.

STEP 7: When complete, NovaLash’s Platinum Bond adhesive is instantly waterproof and may cure with a mist of water from the airNova air compressor.

STEP 8: Comb and separate lashes.

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