The Latest Trend In Wispy Lash Extensions: Wet Look

How do you get the wet look on eyelash extensions? What is the wet lash look? What is wet look vs regular lashes? As a lash artist, it's important to stay informed about the various types of lash extensions available. One intriguing option that has gained popularity is the wispy lashes wet lash style. While it may resemble classic lashes at first glance, there are notable differences that set it apart.

The Latest Trend In Wispy Lash Extensions Wet Look
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I know the wispy lashes wet look has been popular for a while; therefore, I want to show how to achieve it. Before you begin working on any set, make sure to assess and evaluate the client's natural lashes. There are two different ways to make this beautiful set.

In this blog post, we will explore everything you need to know about the mesmerizing wet look. From its distinctive features to the benefits and maintenance tips, you'll gain a deeper understanding of this latest lash trend. Keep reading to unlock the secrets!

 

WHAT IS A WISPY WET LASH LOOK?

The wet lash style resembles classic lashes but with more volume. When you get out of the shower or wet your lashes, they have that clumped-up look, so you will make fans that look clumped up.

What is wet look lash

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HOW DO YOU GET THE WET EYELASH LOOK?

FIRST TECHNIQUE

Use flower cups or adhesive rings as a starting point. Alternatively, you can use 0.03 lashes, which are much lighter. You don't want to use classic lashes for a wet effect.

Grab some lashes with your curved tweezer or your favorite tweezer shape. Make sure you're using a good-grip tweezer.

For the wet lash effect, you'll need about a couple of lashes, and you may go as thick or light as you want with them.

On the other hand, some lash artists prefer a very light look with no fanning. You can make them look more spikey or like a classic lash base.

You can also do spikes by sticking the base in the flower cup and sliding it through. Pulling the lashes out and slipping them into the flower cup is all it takes.

TIP: Pinch the lash with your tweezer and ensure that the ends are stuck together.

How do you get the wet eyelash look

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SECOND TECHNIQUE

You can use a glue aid for the second technique.

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Glue aid is just what you need to speed up the drying time of lash adhesives that aren't curing correctly due to low humidity. The glue aid should be the first tool you grab if your bond takes too long to dry and you want to speed it up.

You don't need a glue aid when working in high humidity environments because your adhesives will naturally speed up due to the high humidity levels. It could be the key to resolving your lash room's temperature and humidity issues.

 

To create a wet look, apply the glue aid to the base and run it through the lashes.

Wipe the whole lash line with a tiny micro swab. As you can see, the lashes are starting to get wet, so bring it up and brush it along the lash line.

Wet lash look

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Take your tweezer and pull just where each slight indentation is visible with it. It's almost as if there's a crack through which you could reach and pull out.

Place the lash on top of the flower cup. It's as easy as that to get a wet lash effect. By dipping it in the adhesive and sliding it through the flower cup, you're crystallizing it. It will harden and keep its shape, so when you want to put it on the natural lashes, dip it in a small amount of glue and place it on the natural lashes, this will keep it closed.

Make sure they have the classic lash look. You can also get ten lashes per each.

Wet eyelash look

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Some lash artists are hesitant to go fuller because they think the thicker the lashes are, the more unnatural and dramatic they appear.

However, many lash artists have a particular preference for grabbing more lashes. I prefer the more natural, softer look.

 

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HOW TO APPLY LASHES FOR A WET LASH LOOK?

CLEAN THE CLIENT’S LASHES

Before starting a complete set or fill, always make sure the client's lashes are clean. After you've washed the lashes, dry them with a fan.

How do you clean client eyelashes

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APPLY THE EYE PADS AND TAPE

Carefully apply the eye pads and tape. If your client is allergic to gel patches, you can use lash tape, microfoam tape, or any other lash tape that does not include any gel. Nevertheless, the ordinary lash tape will work for not allergic clients.

How to Apply Eyepads for Eyelash Extension Application

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While you're doing this, make sure your eye pads aren't bothering your clients. Because they may close their eyes and the eye pads may shift somewhat, make sure it's comfortable and doesn't poke their eyes. Ask if it's good or bothering them.

 

APPLY THE PRIMER

To begin, apply the primer. A primer will eliminate the natural oils in the lash, allowing the extension to adhere to the natural lash. Any extra oils will be removed, making it easier for an extension to stick. A lash primer is an excellent choice when it comes to lash retention.

If you want to remove oil and dust from the natural lashes and increase the grip of the extensions, only a tiny amount is required. If you apply a lash primer, the lash extensions will last at least one week longer.

How to Apply Eyelash Primer

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Just a quick tip, using a lash primer on a client's dry lashes may cause them to dry out, even more, preventing the glue from fully seeping into the surface. Use a lash primer if a client has oily skin and oily lashes.

Also, mixing brands and products is okay if you're comfortable doing so.

 

LASH APPLICATION

Apply in the same way as classic lashes. They're similar to classic lashes, although they're a little thicker. Wet lashes are known because these volume fans or spikes are applied as if they were classic lashes. It's as basic as it gets. There's nothing complicated about it.

How do you apply wisp lashes

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I understand that it appears complicated, but believe me that if you wet the lashes the way I mentioned and pick them up as if they were classic lashes, you will achieve the wet lash effect (no more than 10, you could be a little bit bigger but it will look a little thicker)

It's normal to fix and replace lashes if you don't like how they look, especially if they're not perfectly spikey.

I'd also like to emphasize the importance of not brushing the lashes out at any time during the set. I only brush them up to lift and see whether they look the way I want them to because I didn't want them to get fluffy.

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WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT WET LASH?

Wet lash extensions differ from classic primarily in terms of their overall thickness and boldness. The wider appearance of the lash wisps gives the lashes a more noticeable and dramatic look. These extensions are perfect for clients seeking a bolder lash style that enhances their features and adds a touch of glamour to their overall appearance.

wet look vs classic lashes

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KEY FEATURES OF WET LASH EXTENSIONS

When it comes to lash extensions, the wet lash look has become a captivating trend. The key features set them apart from other styles, making them a popular choice among clients.

how to do wet look lashes

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Enhanced Thickness: Wet lashes are noticeably thicker than classic lashes, providing a fuller and more voluminous appearance. This added thickness contributes to a more dramatic and eye-catching effect.

Bolder Look: The wider lash wisps used in wet lash style create a bolder look that captures attention. This style adds a touch of glamour and allure to the eyes, making them appear more striking and expressive.

Customizable Options: Just like classic, wet lashes come in various lengths, curls, and diameters. This allows lash artists to tailor the look to suit each client's individual preferences and desired level of drama.

 

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BENEFITS OF WET LASH STYLE

This unique lash style offers several benefits that make it a desirable choice for clients. From adding instant drama to creating the illusion of fuller lashes, the wet lash style enhances the overall appearance of the eyes.

wet lash look extensions

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Dramatic and Eye-Catching: Wet lashes make a statement with their thicker and bolder appearance, instantly enhancing the overall look of the eyes.

Fuller Lashes: The increased thickness of this lash style gives the illusion of naturally fuller lashes, ideal for clients who desire a more pronounced lash style.

Glamorous and Alluring: The boldness of this look adds a touch of glamour and allure, elevating the client's overall aesthetic and boosting their confidence.

 

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MAINTENANCE AND LASH AFTERCARE

To ensure the longevity and beauty of wispy wet lashes, it's crucial for clients to follow these maintenance and aftercare tips:

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  • Avoid getting the lashes wet for at least 24 hours after application to allow the adhesive to fully bond.
  • Cleanse the lashes regularly using a gentle, oil-free cleanser to remove any debris or makeup residue.
  • Refrain from using oil-based cosmetics near the lashes, as they can weaken the adhesive bond.
  • Brush the lashes daily with a clean spoolie brush to keep them tidy and prevent tangling.
  • Schedule regular lash fill appointments to replace any lost or outgrown lashes and maintain the desired bold look.

 

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CONCLUSION

The whole point is for them to appear wet and grouped, and brushing them up will remove the product you used to keep them together, so don't do it. The thicker the bases, in my opinion, the chunkier they will appear.

Lastly, you can use a bonder to ensure that the adhesive dries completely after applying the lashes.

 

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