ave you ever been asked to do a patch test before a service? Whether it’s a hair or lash appointment?
Ok So a patch test is a way of checking that you are not allergic to the products once the service has been carried out. Ideally, we will use a small amount of the product to do a skin test usually behind your ears or for lashes two or four extensions are installed. Allow at least 24hrs. A positive skin test will result in irritation, swelling or inflammation. A negative test will produce no irritation, therefore the treatment can be carried out.
Is it compulsory to have a patch test?
No but we still highly recommend so as to eliminate potential risks.
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So does this guarantee you won't react after the service?
No! Really ………..why not?
this is because only a small amount of product was used. It is more unlikely for allergies and sensitivities to occur in clients who have been exposed to the product before. Meaning a client who has been having lash extensions for a while will be more susceptible than a new client who has never had them before.
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