Using another brand of lash tint other than Elleeplex Profusion or Belmacil lash and brow tints combined with that brands specific oxidant can result in a lash lamination dropping. Some brands say you must wait 1-2 weeks after the lift if you wish to tint the lashes with another brand of lash tint and you will also need to discuss your cover with your insurance company as you will not be following the manufacturers guidelines and thus meaning, you may not be covered by insurance in the event of a reaction.
The lashes have changed direction or dropped after 24 hours?
Your client has not followed the aftercare and has exposed their lashes to hot water, steam, shampoos, cleansers, eye creams or serums within the first 24 hours.
Your client has used face creams, oils or other serums or lotions on the lashes or near the lashes that are not approved within the first 24 – 48 hours.
Your chosen processing time might have not been long enough for this particular lash strength.
You might not have rinsed off the lotion well enough and the lashes have processed back to their original direction.
Your client might have hormonal changes that are occurring during this time or is taking a medication that effects their hair/lash condition.
Your lash lamination was not dried well enough during the appointment to show you the full extent of the result. As the lashes are wet after the treatment they will be weighed down by the weight of the water on the lashes, once they begin to dry they may show over processing or incorrect lash placement on the silicone rod. Be sure to dry your client’s lashes thoroughly, before they leave.