Resting your hands on your client

About this lesson

Resting your hands on the client’s head gives you stability and support when lashing.  When you’re isolating, rest all over the forehead instead of keeping your hands in the air to avoid your hands wobbling and provide support to your wrists and hands.  When you’re placing the lash, rest your little finger on the client’s cheek to give stability.

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When first learning, have your manual by your side so you can read through the step by step procedures.