Nowadays there are countless eyelash tweezers to choose from. Straight, slant, bent, volume, duck… so it's easy to get confused, isn’t? Now we are going to share with you how to choose tweezers, which tweezers are suitable for which operation, and how to use your favourite tweezers so that you can work with them in the long run.
The history of eyelash extensions goes back much longer than we might think. The eyelash extension techniques known today became popular in the 2000s, but people have been in need of enchanting eyelashes for much longer. In ancient Egypt, there had already been attempts to make lashes more noticeable and longer with initial paints and brushes, as they had been associated with a symbolic meaning. With the development of technology and science, eyelash extensions have evolved into an entire industry today, making life easier for countless women around the world in a modern way.
Lots of lash stylist still wonder to this day, that what thickness of lashes should be chosen at each D number. This is not coincidential, since there are a lot of contradictory information, which can confuse people easily. I personally believe that the goal is to work together with my customers in the long run. Which for me means that if I use lashes with the appropriate thickness, then the natural lash stock will not be destroyed, in fact, it will even be able to strenghten.