Safe and Accurate Eyelid Anesthesia Technique

Share the safest and most accurate eyelid anesthesia technique

With just a small change to the eyelid area with modern spraying techniques, we can give our customers bigger, more attractive eyes. However, for perfect results you need to pay attention to perform well in each step of the process. Among these, pay much attention to the annealing stage (eyelid anesthesia technique), because it can help customers feel comfortable and safe, and better cooperate with you to create beautiful and natural spray lines.

Safe Eyelid Incubation Technique - Miss Tram Academy
Safe Eyelid Incubation Technique – Miss Tram Academy

The role of the anesthetic stitch in eyelid spraying

The role of the anesthetic stitch in eyelid spraying
The role of the anesthetic stitch in eyelid spraying

Today's cosmetic embroidery technology is very advanced, no longer interferes with the skin, so when performing, customers feel much more comfortable. If in the past, eyelid injection was often painful because the needle went deep into the skin, now the technique has improved a lot. The most standard needle force in this technology only ranges from 0.03mm-0.04mm to ensure the safety of the eyelid skin, because the skin structure here is extremely fragile, too deep needle force will lead to skin tearing. cause bleeding. If this happens, one will cause discomfort to the worker, the other will cause the ink to be deposited or the eyelids will not eat the ink.

Standard and safe eyelid anesthesia technique
Standard and safe eyelid anesthesia technique

However, the eyelids are extremely sensitive areas that are difficult to keep still to make any impact on them. If unfortunately the needle causes the customer to feel pain or tickle, it will lead to stirring and possibly smearing the inkjet line. Because to prevent this from happening, before spraying, the KTV must numb the eyelid area. Successful anesthesia can help customers temporarily lose feeling in this area, no longer feel pain or tickle. At that time, it will be easier for us to put the inkjet needle in to create the accent lines according to the previous intention.

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How to properly numb the eyelid area?

Currently on the market, there are many embroidery spraying establishments that use local anesthetics ranging from 25% to 50%. With this numbing, the incubation time only lasts from 15-25 minutes. However, we need to be careful when using it because not everyone's body is suitable for this type of numbness, even some people will have difficulty breathing, heart palpitations. If using the allowable local anesthetic of 5%, the incubation time will be longer, possibly up to about 40 minutes.

How to properly numb the eyelid area?
How to properly numb the eyelid area?

Referring to the anesthetic used in cosmetic eyelid spray, Miss Tram Academy notes that you should only use a high-safety type of anesthetic, it is best to choose the type used for open wounds. Because the types can often cause the skin of the human eyelids to make the taste hard, then the ink spray will not be able to go down. Repeatedly doing this on this skin area will affect the final result, the ink line is uneven, causing the eyelids to lose their naturalness.

In addition, in order to effectively numb the area and not drop the medicine into the client's eyes, you should use a small toothpick to take out a sufficient amount of cream and gently apply it to the eyelid area (apply in the direction from the tip to the eyelid). After applying the cream, use specialized nylon to cover it to numb before starting the needle operation. Normally, if after applying the drug, the client no longer feels any burning, the anesthetic process is considered successful.

Some of the above sharing about eyelid anesthesia technique of Miss Tram Academy Although simple, it can help you accumulate more useful experiences to successfully perform cosmetic injections. Wish you quickly master the profession!

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