August 24, 2023 2 min read
When it comes to creating stunning lash extensions, having the right tools is essential. One such tool that plays a crucial role in the lash application process is the glue holder. The type of lash glue holder you choose can greatly impact your efficiency and precision. In this blog, we’ll delve into various types of glue holders used in the eyelash extension industry.
Shallow glue ring
The shallow type glue ring is a classic choice for lash artists. It’s a simple, circular ring that comfortably fits on your finger. Its shallow design facilitates controlled adhesive application and prevents quick glue drying, helping to save adhesive. This style works well for classic lash applications.
Shallow glue ring with V-shape base
Tailored for volume fan lash extensions, this ring is designed with a V-shaped base to aid in creating volume fans with precision and removing excess glue. It’s particularly beneficial for techniques like the flower bouquet. This option is also available in a heart shape, adding a unique and cheerful touch to your workspace.
Flower shape lash glue holder
Ideal for using different types of glue simultaneously, this type of lash glue holder suits scenarios such as mixed sets of colored and black lashes. With separate compartments, it allows for precise dispensing and prevents cross-contamination of different adhesives.
The glue cup is a variation to the shallow type glue ring with a V-shaped base, minus the ring. It’s a small, cup-like container that holds lash adhesive. This design helps to prevent adhesive spillage, which can occur with the glue ring due to constant hand movement during the application process.
Lash glue holder palette
A lash glue holder palette is a flat surface with multiple wells for various lash adhesives, primers, or products. It offers versatility, allowing lash artists to work with different adhesives simultaneously during the application.
Lash glue stone
This is a widely used lash glue holder option that is popular among lash artists. It slows down adhesive drying, reducing the need for frequent adhesive refreshing. You can apply 1-2 drops of adhesive directly onto the glue stone for extended working time. While it’s effective, cleaning after each use is quite a task.
In conclusion, the type of lash glue holder you choose depends on your personal preference, the level of organization you desire, and the aesthetic you want to bring to your lash extension workspace. Whether you opt for a glue ring, glue cup or stone, each option plays a role in enhancing your lash application process. So go ahead, explore these options, and find the glue holder that complements your unique style as a lash artist. Your clients’ stunning lash sets will thank you for it!
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