How to De-Static Your Eyelash Extension Tweezers
Have you ever experienced the frustration of perfectly isolating a natural lash, only to go to place an extension and have it hang on to your tweezers for dear life? Here are some simple solutions to help combat static cling.
1. Increase the Humidity
Adding humidity to your space will reduce the number of charged protons and electrons in the air, which cause static. As many eyelash extension adhesives perform poorly in very low humidity environments, raising the humidity will help reduce static cling and improve cure time.
Humidity can be added by using a humidifier in your lash space.
2. Anti-Static Tweezers
Anti-Static (ESD) Tweezers have a coating on the handle which prevents the tweezers becoming charged by your body.
If static is a major problem for you, you could seek out Anti-Static tweezers. But if your absolute favorite, ride-or-die tweezers are not Anti-Static, there are other options.
3. Anti-Static Spray/Wipes
There are sprays and wipes available which are specially formulated to defeat static cling. Simply spray or wipe your tweezers with the product to discharge static.
4. Dryer Sheets
Dryer sheets are made to eradicate static from clothing dried in a tumble dryer. They do a great job at eliminating static, however be aware that some ingredients are known irritants.
5. Alcohol Wipes
Alcohol Wipes are something you may already have on hand and are a great quick-fix for static.
I hope you find these solutions helpful, let me know if you try them!