A full of set of lashes can look great for a couple of weeks. But there are still have a lot of reasons to let the customers remove their eyelashes extensions. Such as :If someone has had an adverse reaction to their extensions, it may be necessary to remove them as a safety precaution; to take off the last few remaining after a treatment, usually if your client decides to have an eyelash break.

Here is our suggestion to remove your eyelash extensions: Preparation is key, as it is with all eyelash treatments. Make sure that you de-tack your micropore tape before placement on top of the bottom natural lashes. Use gel pads over the top of the tape, for even more support and protection. Use one dry microbrush underneath the extensions, whilst you use another microbrush over the top of the extensions, with a small amount of the remover on it.


Do not saturate the microbrush, if you need more, then use tiny amounts every so often, rather than risk having too much product around the eye area. Run the product in an upwards motion along the eyelash extensions, until they gently lift off. Never run the brushes from tip to root, always root to tip, to keep the product away from the eye.


Have some couch roll handy next to you so that you can pop the extensions on there once they have come off, you don’t want any lose lashes around the eye area.


Once you have successfully removed all of the extensions, thoroughly cleanse around the eye area with some damp, clean sponges or cotton pads. After eyelash extension removal, you will see your real eyelashes.