Taping Techniques

As Lash Artists we need as many techniques to make our lash appointments easier and that is where the magic of tape comes into play. There are different types of lash tapes for different needs and knowing how to use them correctly can not only assist you in completing your lash sets with ease, it can save you time and enable you to create different styles and textures. Here are 3 different types of tapes that are used for lashing and the ways you can use them in your treatments!

Foam tape is great to use as an alternative to eye patches. Although you can use tape to secure eye patches sometimes they still don’t stay put.  Foam tape however, is flexible and can be contoured to any eye shape, it’s the perfect tape to use on clients who have oily skin or love a chat! Our foam tape is also Latex-free and hypoallergenic which is ideal for clients with sensitive skin.

Micropore Tape is a must-have for every lash artist! Firstly it holds adhesive drops without spreading if you are using a jade stone!  It can be used during the treatment to tape eyelids which will  improve the visibility of the lash line. It can also be used to provide some extra help when securing eye pads in place.

Isolation tape is the perfect choice for isolating/taping back lash layers, so you can achieve more coverage and create various textures! Our Isolation Tape can also be used directly on the skin to tape back hooded lids or to reach inner corners without pulling on the skin.

We hope this blog has helped give you a further understanding of some of the ways you can utilise your taping techniques!