Lash Extensions Cream Remover

As a lash artist, there will be times were you will be expected or asked to remove all the lash extensions for a client. Some of those reasons maybe:

  • Your client feels the upkeep is too expensive.
  • Your client feels it's too much maintenance.
  • They got them for a special occasion (prom, wedding, shower, birthday, etc.)
  • They are causing your client discomfort or irritation.
  • Client is coming from another lash technician and you need to remove previous work and replace it with your own.

Here are the steps on how to remove lash extensions using a cream or gel remover:

  1. Client can be sitting up or lying down.  Some technicians prefer to have the client sitting up to reduce the chance of the remover getting in their eyes.  It is important to never get remover in the client's eyes as it can burn. 
  2. Apply gel or cream remover onto a clean and unused disposable micro-swab.
  3. Using the micro-swab, carefully apply the remover along the bottom edges of the extensions.  Try not to get any on the client's skin.  Wait 10-15 minutes.
  4. Using the micro-swab, start to gently brush the lashes and the extensions will start to slide right off.
  5. Cleanse the lashes thoroughly once done to make sure they are clean and free of any remover.