When using tray or loose lashes: This unique surface allows
you to have up to 3 trays of lashes positioned on it, your adhesive shield and
room to place extensions that have been double pulled.
work surface will allow you to work efficiently and in a sanitary way. We
recommend you position your client’s head off center on the bed opposite of
your working side. For example, if you are right handed, position the client’s
head off to the left. Place a small box, such as a tissue box underneath the
silicone round to elevate your work surface. Now your work station is parallel
to the client’s eyes and you will not lose isolated lashes. Place your trays
and adhesive shield directly on the silicone round. If you happen to double
pull an extension from your tray, gently place on the silicone round and reduce
the end of an appointment, prior to the client opening their eyes, and while
you are fanning the client put all your trays away and use the sticky side of
your adhesive shield to pick up all loose lashes on the silicone round. Throw
your gel pads, tape and shield away. When the client arises and sees your work
area, the only items they see are your tools on your silicone round.
To Clean: Remove adhesive with adhesive remover.
Wash with warm water and soap. Spray with cavacide to sanitize.
TIP: Using The Lashe® Adhesive Shields with your silicone
round for your adhesive creates a non-porous, sterile surface. You’ll keep your
workspace clean and uncluttered. Cleanup is a snap and no more lashes that fly