To ensure a successful appointment, a liability waiver will be sent to clients ahead of time, outlining expectations such as avoiding stimulants, including caffeine, and limiting distractions during the session. Additionally, awareness of conditions and medications that may affect the appointment should be taken into consideration.
This includes but is not limited to seasonal allergies, light sensitivity, dry eyes, caffeine intake, lack of sleep, vision problems, stress, corneal abrasions, eye irritation, conjunctivitis, and anxiety.
Prior experience, both good and bad, should also be taken into account during the assessment process. Policies regarding booking, refunds, and cancellations should also be discussed and clearly communicated.
Environmental conditions play a crucial role in the success of the appointment. Creating a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing environment, including soothing music, can greatly enhance the client's experience.
Additionally, it is important for the artist to maintain a relaxed and stress-free demeanor to ensure the client feels at ease.
Communication is key throughout the appointment. Artists should be proactive in identifying and addressing any issues that arise, such as excessive talking or nervousness.
Troubleshooting techniques, such as using tape to secure the eyelids or massaging the temples and forehead, can also be employed if necessary. Ultimately, it is important to manage expectations and remind clients that the process can be challenging due to the movement of the eyelid. However, with patience and skill, the artist can create beautiful lashes and a satisfied client.