CHICKEN FEET LASHES
There are many types of eyelash extensions, each with its own unique charm. Each type of eyelashes has a different style, and the extended effect is also different. Some eyelash extensions can even be paired with extensions. So we must understand what kind of effect different types can create and what kind of eye shape they are suitable for. This is a must-have for eyelash technicians. So let’s take a look at today’s protagonist – Chicken Feet Lashes.
WHAT IS CHICKEN FEET LASHES?
Chicken feet lashes are a type of EYELASH EXTENSIONS. But it is different from ordinary eyelash extensions. First of all, the names of eyelashes are mostly based on the appearance of eyelashes, which is not only vivid but also very easy to identify. Chicken feet lashes are so named because they look like chicken feet. From this we can know that chicken feet lashes must be similar to individual lashes. Their overall appearance is clustered. Because only in this way can the appearance of chicken feet come out. Chicken feet lash aren’t like other eyelash extensions, they’re all glued and neatly arranged in a box. It is strung together by a long transparent stem. This is where chicken feet lash is most different from other eyelash extensions. Chicken feet lashes have long and short lashes for each set of lashes, with a natural look.
ADVANTAGESOF CHICKEN FEET LASHes
1. Chicken feet lash come in clusters, and each of its clusters is denser. So for sisters who like thick models, this is a good choice. Each cluster is dense also means chicken feet lashes don’t need to expand as much to achieve the desired effect.
2. Chicken feet lashes have a natural lash length for each cluster. So you just need to arrange it in order and stick it, basically you don’t need to find an angle, and you can stick it with amazing eyelashes when the length is arranged.
3. Chicken feet lashes are for people who want to highlight their lashes. It can be said that people who want to make their eyes stand out more. Use it to achieve the desired effect. And chicken feet lashes can be used with other eyelash extensions to create different styles and effects.
DETAILEDSTEPSFOR CHICKEN FEET LASH EXTENDION
STEP1 Preliminary preparation
The eyelash technician should have the tools at hand. And all the tools used in eyelash extension should be disinfected to ensure the hygiene and safety of the tools during use.
STEP2 Clean eyelashes
Remove dirt from real lashes and blow dry. Keeping the lashes clean will reduce the impact on the stickiness of the lash extension glue.
STEP3 Isolate the upper and lower eyelashes
Take a pair of eye stickers to separate the upper and lower lashes. In order to avoid confusion between the upper and lower eyelashes during eyelash extension, and cause the glue to stick to the lower eyelid accidentally during the operation.
STEP4 Straighten eyelashes
Use an eyelash comb or tweezers to straighten out the eyelashes one by one, so that chicken feet lashes can be better adhered to your own eyelashes.
STEP5 Ready to graft eyelashes
The eyelash technician will match chicken feet lashes according to the length of the client’s eyelashes. The eyelashes are placed on the water table (it can also be a soft pad or a clean non-woven fabric).
STEP6 Start grafting eyelashes
1. Shake the eyelash extension glue, the purpose is to shake the minerals well,
2. Squeeze out an appropriate amount of black glue on the glue table, take less glue each time, and take glue frequently.
3. Clamp the end of the eyelash fiber with tweezers, put about 2/3 of the root into the glue, and then gently drag it out.
4. Stick the glued eyelashes to the bottom of the real eyelashes, 0.5–1mm away from the skin, not more than 1.5mm.
5. Each cluster of eyelashes should be extended to the top of the real eyelashes
6. At least 2/3 of the length of the own eyelashes is adhered to the false eyelashes, and the extended eyelashes arc should be kept consistent.
7. When extending the eyelashes, keep a distance to avoid sticking to each other.
STEP7 Check grafting result
After the end, swipe it with an eyelash brush to check whether it is firmly adhered. If it falls off or is unsatisfactory, it needs to be filled and trimmed. In order to be more firm, you can apply eyelashes to protect the raincoat.
STEP8 Blow dry eyelashes
Use a small fan or blow off the eyelashes for 5-10 minutes, and it is enough to not dazzle after opening your eyes.
STEP9 Wipe clean eyelids
Remove the plastic wrap from the lower eyelid and wipe the lower eyelid with a tissue or dry cotton pad.