How to store lash adhesive during winter

The winter season brings a magical atmosphere, but for lash artists, it also introduces unique challenges to adhesive performance. As temperatures drop and humidity levels fluctuate, the retention of your lash extensions depends on how well you navigate these cold weather conditions. 

Let’s embark on a journey on “how to store lash adhesive during winter”, ensuring your clients leave with stunning, long-lasting lashes.

How to store lash adhesive in the winter

 Understanding Winter Challenges

Cold temperatures can significantly impact lash adhesive behavior. The lack of humidity in the air during winter makes the adhesive take longer to cure. This means extra caution is needed to avoid any moisture near the lashes for the first 48 hours after a new set or fill.

Enjoy winter steaming 

Winter invites cozy activities like hot baths, saunas, and steam rooms. While these are delightful, caution is essential. Avoid touching or rubbing your lashes immediately after exposure to hot steam or water, as the adhesive can break down, making lashes prone to shedding. Once cooled off, the adhesive hardens again.

Combatting Dryness

Winter often brings dry skin, which can impact lash retention. Combat this by moisturizing daily to provide a healthy base for lashes to cling to. Be cautious with moisturizers containing oil, glycerin, or wax near your lashes, as these can break down the adhesive.

Balancing Eating Habits

In winter, craving for comforting foods is natural, but a balanced diet is crucial for lash health. Incorporate whole foods rich in vitamins and proteins to support healthy lash and hair growth. This ensures a strong surface for lash extensions to bond to.

How to store lash adhesive: Dos and Don’ts

  • Don’t: Leave adhesive in a cold car or unheated salon overnight. Place it near a heat source.
  • Do: Keep the adhesive at room temperature at all times. Check it at least an hour before your first client, and replace it within six weeks.
Battle humidity problems

Winter brings a twist to the lash game, especially when it comes to humidity. The colder weather and occasional rain or snow boost humidity levels, throwing a curveball at lash extensions. We often forget that even indoor activities, like drying laundry, can add to the humidity mix. Oddly enough, lash artists receive messages from clients facing unexpected lash troubles post-treatment, despite maintaining consistent room conditions.

To tackle this, we need a smart strategy. Understanding that lash glues struggle in extreme conditions, especially with varying humidity levels, brings us to an effective solution: EasyniceLash superbonder. After checking for stickies, a dab of Superbonder works like magic, curing bonds instantly and ensuring top-notch retention. It not only tackles humidity concerns but also adds flexibility to the cured bond, preventing any unexpected breakage.

As winter sets in, indoor heating becomes a norm, leading to another challenge—super dry rooms. While it’s not as troublesome as overly fast-drying glue, it can mean longer wait times for the bond between the natural lash and extensions. Easynicelash primer steps in as the hero here. Applied before glues, it guarantees the perfect conditions for lash bonding, resolving issues tied to low humidity. With Easynicelash, conquer winter challenges and ensure your clients walk away with flawless, long-lasting lash extensions.

Mastering winter lash adhesive care involves a combination of understanding environmental challenges, adopting proactive habits, and choosing the right products. By following these tips and incorporating Easynicelash primer into your routine, now you know how to store lash adhesive. It ‘s time to elevate your lash game even in the coldest of winters. Happy lashing!

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