I studied lashing on my second year in the university. I have worked as a lash artist for a bit more than 4 years and 3 years as a physiotherapist. My first working positions were terrible! Now I am smarter and would like to spread some recommendations with others in order to work (and feel) better!
- Also take care with the cutomers ergonomics. If you are working with a massage/cosmetologyst table, place a pillow or a rolled up towel under the clients knees. This helps to relax the clients lower back. Both, on the table and chair, the client is able to flex the knees or rotate the legs to the side. Allow or sometimes even ask the client to move a little when you are doing something else. Very important is also to support the clients neck with a proper pillow. Pay attention that the clients head is not bent backwards too much. I started using Ruthie Belles pillow, the customers like it and I have more space for my lash stuff.
Take care ! Open for any questions and for discussions :)