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When operating eyelash extentions, the international standard approach is to hold the straight tweezer with your left hand and hold the curved tweezer with your right hand. And there are also some people who like reverse the common way. However, if you are a left-hander, you should also hold the straight tweezer with your left hand and hold the curved tweezer with your right hand. When holding the tweezer, use your thumb and your middle finger to fix it, and use your index finger to assist. The force of the finger is called "negative force" instead of brute force in the aesthetic industry, in order to transplant eyelashes more easily and avoid that the force is too strong, which can lead to mistakes. The right way of holding tweezers is a key point to transplant eyelashes safely.
First, use the curved tweezer to loosen the 3D false eyelash, until they can be seperated one by one, and be careful of your force. And you can stop when you feel it is easy to pick an eyelash from it.
Use your familar hand to hold the curved tweezer, keep the tweezer and the false eyelashes at a right angle, use the tweezer to clip the 1/3 end of the eyelash, oblique upward (towards yourself) directly to extract the extended eyelashes, and do not pull the false eyelashes from the opposite direction of them, or the false eyelashes will be out of shape or curl.
After taking the false eyelash with the help of the curved tweezer, put it on a natural eyelash-0.5mm away from the root of the natural eyelash (You should notice that the distance between the tip and the root of an eyelash varies), to ensure that the grafted eyelash will not contact your customer's skin and the eyelash will be fixed better. Before you stick a false eyelash, you can apply the glue evenly on the false eyelash, to maintain even adhesion and prolong the service life of the grafted eyelashes.